Monday, September 1, 2014

Daily 5 Practice

We began learning about our Daily Five Centers and practiced read to self.






First week in Kindergarten!


Welcome Back to Kindergarten
For Mrs. Wood anyway!

I am so excited to be back in Kindergarten. We had a great week! We began our reading wall and learning how to create circle maps. We have introduced letters i, a, s, n, p,and l. 


 We also read the No David books by David Shannon and learned the rules for school. 

 
 

In Science we learned about taking care of the Earth. We read Look Out For Litter and went on a hunt for Litter Treasure in our Pirate Hats. We also learned about what materials we can recycle, how we can reuse ings, and how we can reduce the amount of water and electricity. The pictures are blurry because we were moving fast.








Tuesday, June 18, 2013

New Adventure Again!

This will be the last post on this blog for a year as I will be looping up with my students to First Grade! I have created a new First Grade Blog. The plan is that I will move back down to Kindergarten for the 2014-2015 school year and move up with this group to First Grade the following year. You can access my First Grade blog using the below web address.

http://woodfirstclass.blogspot.com/


Please follow me there. I really enjoy all of your comments and questions and would love to keep getting them.

Thanks

Catherine Wood

Saying Goodbye to our Reading Buddies!

We went to our 3rd Grade Reading Buddies for the last time during the last week of school. We read books to them out of our Daily 5 book boxes and then we made and decorated book marks so we would not forget to read over the summer.

 










 

Ecosystem in a Bottle

While learning about how plants and animals depend on each other we created an ecosystem in a bottle. We created a pond complete with water plants and an aquatic snail. Then we created a land area with soil grass seed and pill bugs. The grass seed grew quickly by receiving water from the pond and the pill bugs ate the nutrients in the soil, while the aquatic snail ate the aquatic plants. This taught the students how a pond ecosystem works.



 

Field Day!

 
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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Cow Glyph

We tasted chocolate, strawberry, and white milk and created a cow glyph to show which milk we liked best. The glyph also shows us how many boys and girls are in our class, and if we like cows or pigs best. This glyph came from Deanna Jump's Farm unit which is available for purchase on TPT.