My spring break has come to a close so I am back with a peek at my week! The basic flow to this post will be objective followed by the resource I will use to cover the topic. I hope it is of help to you in your planning!
First up, phonics!
Every week we use all the activities in these phonics units. I like to say this particular sound by tilting my head to the side and pretending I just saw the sweetest thing. “awwwww”
Our reading comprehension focus for the week
As you will see, we are beginning our studies on living and non-living, so Sylvester and the Magic Pebble makes a great story to discuss how he is a living thing, then a rock (non-living) and back to a donkey (living) This book study also covers plot with a cute rock organizer so it’s a perfect fit.
While I am teaching my guided reading groups…
One new thing that I was able to create during spring break, is the newest of the story starters: April. These will go on my writing center table starting next week.
For guided math, we will be diving back into graphs with a deeper knowledge this time around!
I created this graph pack during vacation for a well rounded, student centered, unit to help us meet our objectives!
In science, we are working on living and non-living this week.
I just finished this 3 dimensional book of interactive activities to help us with all our studies!
In writing, we will practice opinion writing.
Thankfully I pulled out this beauty to help us!
We will make an interactive writing piece first in the pocket chart and
then students will be able to choose from 20 different opinion cards and
get after it!
Well it sure is a FULL week of objectives! I’ll check back with you on how we cover all this! How’s your week shaping up? Have you gotten your break yet? Have a great week!
Sweet Sweet Primary says
I love your living and nonliving set! I wish my Kinders were ready for that glueing. I use your Rise and Shine set and that's just right for them.
Dina Francisco says
Wow! Love to know how you fit it all in! Do you have a big end of the year test like SAT 10 or a state test? Ours in in Mid-April. We still have objectives to cover and there are things on the test not on our curriculum so…..busy busy busy! Have a great week! Love to have you visit my blog over at http://goingfrananas.blogspot.com/ I love your products I've bought many. I have your big phonics bundle. I use it often in my word work station. They like the activities.
Do you happen to have a TPT pack where you sell the objective goals like the ones you have listed in this post? I love how kid friendly they are and how you list whole class and individual goals.
Yay! Just found them in your store! What a great resource, Happy Days! Thanks 🙂
Stephanie Billings says
LOVE LOVE LOVE the living & non-living set! Great ideas for Science Interactive Notebooks!
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Positively Learning says
WOW! I need to reread all of this a few times…it should count for PD! Thank you so much for sharing your expertise -I would love to observe your classroom! Jen 🙂