Rocket number order
we counted the stripes on Dr. Suess hats
We rolled the die and +/- cube to cover the stars. My kids love these type of games.
Our pocket chart story this week
We practiced sounding out 4 letter words. This was challenging, but they did great.
At this center they had to change the middle sound to the correct sound and stamp the letter.
The mystery can and sound graphing. (The mystery can is an oats can...perfect to hold several objects and for little hands)
We practiced writing complete sentences this week too.
Stamping long vowel sounds
My kids are getting so good at coins and their value...this was a great reinforcer center.
Roll the money cube and write the value.
Space addition...they had to find the matching Earths...count each set and add them up.
Here, they rolled dice and found the sum
Counting sets of stars by 10
We balloon painted a white piece of paper and then made moons out of them...this was so much fun. I saw this idea on a website years ago...it's not working now, but it was kindergartenhomestead2.com
Mrs. B. practiced a little subtraction with the kids after she read George Washington's Teeth.
It was fun. They had to give away a tooth each time George lost one of his.
We made paper towel roll rockets and stamped a countdown to put inside.
Here are a few examples of our moons and facts.
I'm not sure if you can read the one on the left, but it says, "During a lunar eclipse the moon is red." When I saw his fact I was like, Wow!
This one says, The moon does not have air.
This is the space page for our transportation fact book we will finish next week during our transportation theme.
TLC style earth page.
These are our day and night murals. We talked about each time of the day and then we drew pictures and wrote what we were doing in each picture.