You can find the next 8 activities plus MORE in my Chicka Chicka Boom Boom unit on TpT.
This was fun...if you do this make sure you have pictures and a name chart for them to look at
a little reader they take home
Bowling is ALWAYS a HIT!
Mrs. Wood made these next few activities herself...the kids LOVED the stickers! She found number cards at Dollar Tree so they had to pick a card and then write the number, number word, and put that many stickers in the box.
ABC order....they also did one with the first half of the alphabet
Look at this! They made the alphabet by using the sides of their little hands only....no finger painting...they did so good!
Each child got a balloon (or two) and popped out a letter to match to the uppercase letter on a pocket chart...we listened to Who Let the Letters Out by Dr. Jean
this idea came from Mrs. Estes
I can honestly say I've never even bought a real coconut much less cracked one open, but Mrs. Wood is up for anything so she cracked a few for us to see..but first we explored them
She made a five senses chart about coconuts
They graphed if coconut was coconut was yummy or yucky
I think this little shape tree was on of my favorite things she did with them
Mrs. Wood created this beautiful door for our classroom using the kids handprints...each child used die-cut letters to build their name on top of their handprints
Cute little Chicka headbands...this idea came from April Larremore from Chalk Talk Blog
These cute little alphabet shakers are too cute, but so very loud! I'm sure their parents are happy right now... :) Mrs. Wood thought of adding the grass to the top...Clever!
These toilet paper roll trees came from Kim Jordano, but Mrs. Wood slit the side and put a rolled up alphabet inside then it just pulls right out...
She took the kids on an alphabet hunt after reading Alphabet City...
Our alphabet and coconut party was fun...
Yes, Dollar Tree...
Thanks Mrs. Bynum for the yummy coconut M&M's...
Have you ever seen these? So. Good.