Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Patterning kindergarten. Get inspired and try out new things.
Morning Math Tubs are a great way to keep your kiddos busy while you are taking care of attendance, lunch count, and those other morning t...
Zama saved to Quick Saves
Teach patterning using children's books. Books and activities are used to teach kids the math skills of identifying and creating patterns. Keep kids engaged and having fun as they learn this math concept in Kindergarten and first grade. #teachingmath #kindergartenmath #patternactivities #teachingpatterns #kindergarten
Mrs. Proton Priest saved to 2nd Grade Science
New to Kindergarten teachers... start reading here to start your year off with a bang! Here is a list of everything you need to know.
Maria Sepulveda saved to Kindergarten
Bugs! Most little learners are fascinated with bugs, even if they gross them out. Kids have fun watching and touching these tiny, fast-moving critters that fly or crawl. Capitalize on their fascination and do a bug theme in your classroom. I'm here to help you pack your lesson plans with FUN and fabulous buggy-themed activities that your little learners (aka preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten kiddos) will LOVE.
Teresa Eliason saved to Insects & Bugs Theme
Kids will love these fun patterning activities! They are perfect for preschool and kindergarten math centers. Patterning with Pattern Blocks
Krystle Gill saved to For my class
Hi friends! I've been super busy these last couple of weeks. But I had a minute today, so I thought I'd pop in and share some of the things we have been up to in our class! 1. MOTHER'S DAY PORTRAIT GIFT BAGS So originally we were going to make "All About My Mom" books and these portraits were for the cover of the books. But then I changed my mind on the gift (more below) plus lost 2 days last week due to a suspected fifth disease case (it was a false alarm, thank goodness!) and a half day…
Patterns for preschoolers worksheets and free printables. Perfect for teaching patterns to preschoolers.
Planes&Balloons saved to Preschool math activities
Hi friends! I'm here to share with you how I taught patterning to my class this year! Click here to see what I did last year. Here is what I planned for whole group lessons: Click on the image above to download my unit plan from google drive. On the first day we introduced patterning and we created this anchor chart with bingo dabbers. On the second day we watched a patterning video "The Bunny Goes Hop" by Harry Kindergarten (my favourite video for patterning!) and we played the game Mystery…
Lisa Dochniak saved to Education
Hi everyone! I'm linking up with Kacey at Doodle Bugs Teaching to share 5 things from this week! 1. Easter Egg Sight Word Flip & Trace This one was a surprising hit this week! I wrote the sight words on the back of these foam easter eggs and set them out on a table with the recording sheet. The kids flip the easter egg, read the sight word, find it on their sheet and trace it. They keep going until they trace all the words on the page. I got the foam eggs from the Dollar Tree! I have some…
Hi guys! I can't believe it's already the last day of March! Here are some things that we have been up to this week! 1. BRICK BY BRICK LEGO BOOKS When I saw Antoinette from @shoelacesandsugarcookies post about these lego books on Instagram, I knew they were just what I needed to bring purpose and intention back to our lego centre! Unfortunately, they are only available from Barnes & Nobles and the shipping was a little on the pricey side but the books themselves are a steal for the quality…
Alma Hernandez saved to Math