We finished up Martin Luther King (see the rest HERE) with a few lessons from Kim Adsit including addition (ways to make four) and fair share.
We Read Snowmen at Night and wrote about what our snowmen would do at night -
On Friday we read The Snowglobe Family and wrote about what it would be like if we lived in a snowglobe -
|addition - ways to make 9|
|spin a snowman|
|snowmen sticks - adding on to a predetermined number|
This weeks activities came from Deanna Jump's Snowmen unit, Jump and Lee's Winter Centers packet, Kim Adsit's MLK unit, and First Grade Blue Skies (snowglobe senses writing paper)
And THAT my friends, concludes my long, long weekend to-do list that also contained these gems: laminate and cut penguin centers, finish my Beach Unit, Complete Journal and Discussion post for ESOL class, Grade science and math tests, write progress reports, and now I am going to eat a delicious Publix sub and watch MadMen with my husband!