When I saw Cara's little anchor chart I just had to make mine like hers...well, almost...mine isn't near as cute as hers, but it worked!
We label the parts of a flower every year and I always love the way these look hanging up!
See the confetti in the middle? I found this at Wal-Mart a few years ago in the Easter section and I'm almost out! I use it all the time!
Can't find it this time... :( Anybody seen any?
Look at these little Flower Friends! I love the way these turned out too! This came from Cara at The First Grade Parade as well.
You can find it HERE.
I think I say this every year, but if you haven't read Tops and Bottoms by Janet Stevens you must.
It is one of the cutest, best little books ever! I love it so much that I have a packet with these ideas in it. You can find it HERE.
Here is Lazy Bear and Hard-working Hare. How cute is that? Bear's eyelids even flap!
We wrote about what makes us feel lazy and what we want to work hard at.
We made fruit and veggie people after learning how plants are grown and why they are important.
Um, how adorable...my kiddos went cuckoo over these little friends.
They loved the little parts like the hats, ties, and bows! I loved the writing piece.
Below are snapshots of each center and all of these can be found HERE in my Plants math and literacy centers packet.
To "pluck the petal" students folded back the petals on the flower. They love these "foldy" subtraction centers so much that I think I now have 4 sets. :)
If you made it all the way to the bottom you are one faithful reader!
I hope you found something useful and fun in this post!