Our student teacher Mrs. B. started her 10 days of teaching this week and she did fabulous with the kids. I am so impressed. The kids love her! She taught us about community helpers this week. To end the week our school celebrated our annual Career Day. Here are pictures of her teaching, the kids learning, and us just having fun! Okay, so there are a ton of pictures, but we just had so much fun this week I couldn't help myself. Enjoy!
Being bakers, flipping cookies to read color words was so much fun!
We rolled the die to fill the mouth with teeth...marshmallows
Covering cavities because we don't want those. We had to roll a die and a +/- cube to add or take away. They loved this game.
We pretended to be mail workers by opening mail and reading number words then writing the number.
We rolled a coin die to buy pizza toppings for our pizza.
Mrs. B. has been teaching us how to tell time to the hour. We played this fun game to practice reading clocks.
We are also working on "how many more" so we built towers then decided the answer.
Some of us in our cute little tool belts after learning about construction workers.
Still lovin' the roll a word game.
Here we are opening more mail, but this time reading sight words.
In this game we practiced spelling CVC words.
I found these cute cookies at Target and knew I could use them for something. We flipped them to read sight words and at this station we had to write them.
Mrs. B. in guided reading groups.
Mrs. B. had the kiddos graph how many teeth they have lost.
Playing a blends game. They are getting so good at blends!
Practicing telling time with foam clocks Mrs. B. found at a thrift store for CHEAP!
Reading The Doorbell Rang by Pat Hutchins to practice fractions.
Here they are having to "share" their cookies because two friends rang the doorbell and came in to eat.
Yay! We all have one!
Our cute fireman hats.
Mrs. B. made cupcakes for us so we could be chefs. We decorated them with icing and lots of different toppings.
O.K. Aren't these chef hast ADORABLE! I will be doing these every year! So cute!