My PC is not playing nice at the moment. It i saying that I need an activation code for Microsoft Office… which is at school… and today is Saturday… and I can’t get it… so I think this is God’s way of saying, “Work from your mac!” Well, at least Hubs is saying that. He bought be a Mac laptop for my push present. With the new baby and the comfort of the PC, I have not been venturing over to the Mac to learn it. I am also slightly frustrated that Macs don’t have Publisher either… which is the program I live on.
Any who… I am working from my Mac this am, not on publisher, and it is taking me forever!
Here is a different image of my weekly work centers from this past week. We learned about the letter Gg, the -og family, counting skills, and the 4 seasons. We reviewed some skills from last week such as the sight word had and living and non living things.
Math- top left pic- We put our grasshoppers in the grass, helping us order numbers 0-20. My kids loved playing this game. For my lower babies, we did the number through 10, but for my higher ones, they could easily go all the way to 20. This is on of the activities in my Letter Gg Activities Pack. You can get it here on TpT, here on TN.
Writing- top right pic- We traced the sight words see, can, the, had, and go. I wrote the first one, dotted the next two, then let them write the last one on their own. My class is really struggling with handwriting this year, so I know we will be doing a lot more of these types of activities.
Reading- middle left pic- We sorted the letters Aa and Gg using different fonts. It seems easy, but it made a few of my kids really think for a minute.
Phonics- middle right pic- we delivered the mail to the correct mail boxes, according to the initial sounds. This sort only had the sounds for Ll, Oo, and Gg.
Unit- bottom left pic- We used this printable to put the girl in the correct season.
Unit- Bottom right pic- We sorted living and non living things to review from last week. I uses these sorts and our conversations while checking the kiddos off as my assessment.
My kids do two work centers a day, open choice. One of m students got smart and decided to finish all his centers on Monday, allowing to play the rest of the week. Not only did he get to play… but since he was the first one done, he got his choice of what to play! This hit home to a lot of my kids and they all wanted to get their work centers done as well. I love it.
I hope this gives you some FUN ideas to help you plan some amazing centers this week.
Also check out my new updates to these units…
|here on tpt, here on tn
|here on tpt, here on tn
I am going to put them on sale on TpT this weekend only!