|My DIY Babushka inspired costume.|
A few of the exercises we did this week were:
We reviewed parts of speech by going through the story picking out nouns, verbs and adjectives.
We created math equations on a page of egg outlines, numbers and symbols were each written in individual egg shapes.
We came up with the equations by rolling a giant sized dice. If a larger number was rolled first, it would be a subtraction equation. If a smaller number is rolled first, it would be an addition equation.
They also used a worksheet of egg shapes to fill in the missing numbers, counting up to 100.
|Bird theme sensory bin, inspired by somtehing I saw somewhere online.|
At one point I was having the students chant and repeat: a noun is a person, place or thing. I then asked each student individually to repeat the phrase on their own. The first cutie chants, "A noun is a person plays and sings." Haha! I obviously needed to clarify.
I used the same bird themed sensory bin as last week. It worked out that way. The base is birdseed and there are a few fake birds, bird houses, feathers, fake flowers and berries with small owl buttons hidden among the seed.
The last thing I did to end this week, was have all the students sit with me on the floor, as I read the book to them. It was a peaceful ending to another busy week.