Linking up with Doodle Bugs Teaching!
Began the week with this cute octopus!
This guy was in a book I found in my cabinet...yes you heard right!
Remember in the old days....we used those to have access to lesson ideas?
Anyway, the book is from
Teacher Created Materials,
Thematic unit: Sea Animals
( this book has beautiful artwork, vivid colors and rhymes)
and made one of these maps to see how many animals we could remember from the book! They were pretty excited about it, I am wishing we had done this type of activity more this summer.
Next, they completed and drew pictures of sea life from the map. The worksheet is from the amazing Sea life theme book from
Teacher Created Materials
Cool counting game!
roll the dice.....count....add....color in the total. Sometimes they roll over and over before getting a new number, no problem!
This is a freebie from
I have made many versions of a rainbow fish over the years, and I think this is my favorite!
In the past, I have made it too complicated and it takes quite a lot of time. This guy was quick and the students could make him as colorful as they wanted with markers. Of course, the
is the best part!
(another paper plate creation is born!)
The kids were so excited to take theirs home, I didn't get pictures, this is my demo model.
just some fun....
There is one more week of Summer School to share and since I am one week BEHIND in presenting it, I'm actually flying to Oklahoma!!! after this post.
I will post the last week's activities while on vacation....maybe.....might be later...
(yes! I'm going on vacation!)