Weekly Plans - Week 37 (June 3-7)

Happy June!
This is our last month of school - and let me tell you, it's going to be a busy one!

Here's a look at our centres this week:

Can you design a bee at the Playdough Centre?

Can you fix the CVC word? Which letter is missing?

In our Sensory Bin, we filled it with water and these Really Big Buttons from Roylco.
You can find the buttons from Quality Classrooms.
We added ladles and strainers, along with these colourful bowls, for students to make "Button Soup".

In our fine motor small group mini lesson this week, students drew different lines on scrap paper and will be cutting them using scissors.

What does your dad look like? We are getting ready for Father's Day!

Last week we learned all about probability!
We set up this Flip a Coin activity at one table for students to explore the concept even more.

At our Science and Discovery Centre, we are continuing to observe our flowers grow.
We planted them last week!

Here's a fun spatial awareness centre...use these 1" cubes to build a structure on the grid!
We set this up with Rebecca Moore's (Moore to Love In Kinder) free picture cards!

At our Pocket Chart Centre, we will be focusing on digraphs and have students sort the cards (sorry - forgot to take a picture but it looks like this):

Our focus in math this week is on symmetry!
This is a fun unit - lots of hands-on activities and centres to practice!

Students can use the pattern blocks to create the symmetrical half of the picture.

Letters of the alphabet are folded in half and students have to guess what the letter is before opening it up.

This game can played with a partner - make a design on a grid and your partner has to copy it.
Or use the templates and copy them!

Explore symmetry using a folded paper and hole puncher!

You can find everything above, and lots more including 1 full week of lesson plans, in my 

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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