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Another great week with my kiddos! Our Math and Literacy Stations are zooming along. I started our small groups (reading) on Wednesday and things went really well (I just knocked on wood). As I was blog stalking I found this WON.DER.FUL post from Erin Eberhart. I love her blog because she has a great eye...Read More »
Well, today is our first day of home visits! We are going to over 10 houses today and splitting the rest over the next two afternoons (after school). One thing I really wanted to get done in time for the home visits were homework binders. For most of my kids' homework, I send home a packet of worksheets at their appropriate level in a home work folder each day. But, for my kids who can't write, this system doesn't work. So, what I have done in the past, is make a binder of work (similar to…
Morning blogging friends! I know you guys have probably seen that Weather chart going around Pinterest: Ya'll... I clicked and clicked and even did the Google image search trick and can NOT find the original source!! And I l.o.v.e. this chart!! So, I resigned to making my own (not that I mind that ;) **UPDATE** The original creator contacted me and was happy to share her version - she does not have a blog of her own so I am more than happy to give you guys two options! Here is what she did…
daily weather chart
Use this to record the day's weather and the outside temperature. Use a clothespin to mark the weather around the edges and on the thermometer.
Calendar Journal for Special Education Classrooms
Updated for 2014-2015. This is a calendar journal that I use in my self-contained classroom. It contains minimal writing; my students use a highlighter or crayon to color in the correct answer. This is great for students with limited handwriting skills. It is beneficial for students that are learning days of the week, months of the year, the year, the date, the weather, and days in school with place value.
A calendar journal page for early kindergarten.
We live in AZ so the weather portion of the calendar journal was a bit redundant! I added tens frames, so that my students could start becoming familiar with visualizing the numbers 1-31. UPDATED for the 2014/15 school year.
Taking the Outside Temperature
I love this idea for learning about temperature , found on the Math Learning Center Blog . It could be done at home or at school. Students...
Common Core Sheets - Free Math Worksheets
Free math worksheets for almost every subject. Create your own daily (spiral) reviews, test, worksheets and even flash cards. All for free! No signup or app to download.
Weekly Temperature Tracking Printable
One of my readers asked for a printable to go on the Calendar and Morning Board that they could use to track the temperature for an entire week, rather