Weekly Plans - Week 28 (Apr. 1-5)

I hope everyone enjoyed the Easter long weekend! Can you believe it's already April?

I know it doesn't really feel like spring yet but the weather is set to warm up later this week so I will take that!

This is a short week coming up so we didn't switch up that many of our centres as last week was also short.

Here's a look at our centres this week:

We turned our Dramatic Play Centre into a Bakery! Students have been "baking" a lot while playing in here over the past few weeks and our lunch time supervisor donated a play coffee machine so we knew this centre would be a hit!

You can see more here:

A parent gifted our class us these beautiful tulips so we decided to leave them out at our Science and Discovery Centre for students to look closely and paint.

At our Sensory Bin we tinted water green and added plastic mini eggs and egg cups along with a variety of scooping tools.

Can you construct a letter?

What can you build using 3D figures?

Pick a card and build it! This game is called Match Madness.

Can you design a spring picture using the geoboards?

We explored 3D figures over the past two weeks and introduced this game to the students - Can you build it? They really enjoyed it so we added it to our Math Centre.
You can click the link below to see more!

Poking - use the large push pin and poke the flower!

This week (and next) our focus in math will be on addition.
Here are a few of the activities/lessons that we will be doing:

I like using these addition mats to show students how two separate numbers come together to make a larger number. They drag all of the pom-poms to the larger box on the bottom and count to get their answer.

Using 5/10-frames to add!

Find my complete unit here!

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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