Weekly Plans - Week 26 (Mar. 18-22)

We are back from our March Break trip to Mexico and I'm not going to lie...after a week away in the sun doing just about nothing but snorkeling and sun tanning, this week may be a little rough! HA! Good thing we planned some quick and easy centres before we left to help everyone (educators included!) with the transition back to school.

We will be welcoming spring on Tuesday this week so we set out a bunch of activities!
I'm going to be reading the students the story Mouse's First Spring on Monday (see my plans below) and then they can retell the story on the felt board. I made these cut out pieces from felt years ago (it's not that hard to do, just takes some time).

Can you tell a spring story?

We also set out spring cookie cutters at our Playdough Centre.

Here's a look at our centres this week:

Our sensory bin is filled with Easter grass, plastic eggs, loose parts and tongs (shaped like bunny ears).

We made our own teeter totters by using blocks and Popsicle sticks. 
Can you balance the objects? It's actually a little harder than it looks!

We will be exploring magnets at the Science and Discovery Centre for the next few weeks!

This is a game we found on Temu - roll and knock over the number.

At the Light Table we set out another game - Sneaky Snake!
Roll the die and build a snake - who has the longest snake?
You can find this in my "Fun with Dice" pack on TpT (I printed the pieces on transparency paper to use at the Light Table but you can print on regular paper and play at a table top too!)

Can you stamp the beginning, middle, or end of the word?

I saw this activity on Twitter (I can't remember who posted it!) and thought it was so much fun!
Use the turkey baster to blow a cotton ball into the box!
A great game to strengthen fine motor skills!

In math we will be starting our unit on 3D Figures.
We will be going on a "3D Figures Shape Hunt" around the classroom, down the hall and even outside!

This is the game "What's in my Bag?". We play this several times during the next two weeks to practice identifying and describing 3D figures.

Sorting 3D figures in a muffin tin!

Roll, slide or both?

You can find everything I will be doing this week (and next!) in my 3D Figures pack in my TpT store.

I store all of my math units in Ziploc bags in my closet. It's super quick to pull out the bag and everything I need is ready to go!

Here are my weekly plans if you'd like to download!

If you would like the editable version to modify this for your own class click HERE.  
The original blank PowerPoint file has been uploaded onto Google Slides but the formatting has changed.

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