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Also, my kinders did some independent writing about tomatoes. Here is a close up picture of one of our growing domes. The next few pictures show what it looks like inside the domes. After, reading many non fiction books about fruits and vegetables we completed the chart above.
Then, it's glued under the correct category. Our wonderful PTA put on a farmers market for the students at out school. Students bring a reusable bag to bring home fruits and vegetables. They also bring a water bottle to try. My class had an amazing time! Saturday, May 30, Farm. It's not just me who is excited- my class thinks it's already summer break.
I have kids coming to school in sunglasses, tee shirts, and shorts like they just got back from a tropical vacation.
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Look, I'm not knocking it, I feel the same way. This is a fantastic depiction of me through out the year. We started out our farm adventure by recording our schema on the chart above. We read a non fiction book about who lives on a farm and recorded our learning on the anchor chart above. Next, we filled out this chart after we read a book about baby animals. They learned about what baby belonged to what adult. My kinders graphed their favorite farm animal. We learned about the different parts of a cow and labeled them on the diagram above. Then, we learned about the process of how we get milk.
We read many books about the life cycle of a chicken.
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The books pictured above are my favorites. After reading about the chickens life cycle we filled out this anchor chart.
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We went on a field trip to a farm. The kids had a blast! Here's a picture of our farm board. Each child made a farm animal. Older Posts Home.
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Subscribe to: Posts Atom. My Favorites. Little Minds at Work. Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Fall Picture Books 6 days ago. The Moffatt Girls. Welcome to Room 36! Apples and ABC's. So, we did a museum of fossils of things that live outside with insects! I love how this class can just roll with the changes! We used our playdough to make fossils! And I have no clue why the pictures keep coming across as sideways! They are fine on my end!
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Sorry about that! Friday, April 26, Meet Snowflake!