Thursday, November 24, 2016
Saturday, November 12, 2016
This no bake activity was a hit in my classroom and it's so easy to make! It literally took 10 minutes.
My kinders loved helping me crush the graham crackers, taking turns using the rolling pin.
Then, we mixed the vanilla pudding and milk together. We had to knead that well, so a lot of students were able to help out.
We added the pumpkin pie, cinnamon and ginger to the mixture and kneaded again.
Then we added the graham crackers, pumpkin mixture to the cups and topped it with whipped cream.
Then we dug in! They loved it!
Just follow the directions below and you will have pumpkin pie in no time!
Sunday, July 17, 2016
Check out my post over at The Primary Peach on how I use Post-Its for easy assessments in my Kindergarten class. Click on the image below to get there:)
I would love to hear how you are using Post-its in your classroom.
Monday, May 30, 2016
Jayden wrote about his family's trip to Six Flags. His story is a great example of our work in the UOS and telling a story across pages.
This student wrote about her family's trip to the pool and she wrote across pages with a different experience on each page.
I love this student's complex sentences and transition words. He was the one who started the typing bug in our class. After he shared his book, all of his classmates wanted to give it a try.
Sunday, April 24, 2016
To show our appreciation, we are linking up and posting freebies for you!
Do you need a sweet and simple way to say goodbye to your kids this year? This encouraging poem would be great to attach to an end of the year gift. Click on the image below to get this freebie.
Click on the image below to head back to The Primary Peach and enter to win an Erin Condren Planner!