It’s camping week in kindergarten and today we were telling campfire stories. Now, I’m not a big fan of spooky stories, especially with the kindergarten crowd, but we did have a fun time telling funny stories. Someone who walks into my classroom during this story telling time might think it’s a fun activity, but not
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I bought something new for my kindergarten class! I am loving this adorable market. I think the kids are loving it too! Since the beginning of school, we’ve been talking about farms, harvest, markets, and growing food. We were preparing for our field trip to the pumpkin farm, but it also tied to our literacy
I teach kindergarten. When I’m not teaching kindergarten, I’m hanging out with my own kids. As if I don’t get my fill of kid-time, I also lead my daughter’s Girl Scout troop. We are working on a new journey in Girl Scouts, right now. It’s called It’s Your Story – Tell It! One of the
Yesterday I showed you my beautiful new felt board gingerbread village. The kids are having so much fun singing the song, reading the book, and retelling the story with their new felt pieces. As intricate as the pieces in this story are, there is such simplicity in felt board stories. It takes me back to
I love gingerbread stories during the Holidays. I have a good size collection of gingerbread books, which I read to my kindergarten students as well as my own kids. One of my favorite books, from The Learning Workshop, is called Gingerbread Village. There is also a CD you can purchase with the song on it.