So here, are a few quick snaps of my faves from Kindergarten:
I’ve also used gems, coins, and my IWB for this activity. You can use whatever is easiest for you – this is a super simple center to put together.
All of the above activities come from this unit:
This was an activity that I had at my listening center. The children kept a listening center journal with just plain white paper. I would have a response prompt on a sticky label and they would write to that prompt. Easy and effective.
Here is a super simple, directed drawing art project that we did. We drew with black crayons or oil pastels and then watercolored.
Some years we drew a little leprechaun to add to our pots of gold – I took a screen shot of my IWB page and you’ll get the gist of how that little green guy is drawn.
Here are some peeks of what is in the packet:
We also celebrated Reading Month and Dr. Seuss’ birthday. We have done lots of fun activities, like wacky Wednesday, crazy sock day, green egg and ham day and so on!
Here are a couple of other resources that I always used in March!
I hope you have a great March! Can’t believe how this year has flown by!
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