What's Up Wednesday

Hurray, Hurray,
Yesterday was the 100th Day! 
We started our day by making Zero the Hero headbands.  Unfortunately I had to miss part of the morning because of a meeting at a neighboring school.

But, thanks to the sweet and talented Cara Carroll, my sub didn't have to worry about a thing!  She worked on a couple of activities from this pack {sorry no pics to show :(}

Then we got creative with a 1, 0, and another 0
I love our die cut machine!  
Each kiddo got a 1-0-0 and had to incorporate it into their picture somehow.


They really are 100 Days Smarter!!!





100 Gumballs!
Any activity using bingo dabbers catches their attention. 




Break the Sight Word Code center from The Moffat Girls.
My detectives are working hard to figure out the secret message.
{look, she found her thumb ;)}

 

 


 We've been making our Words of Love banners to hang in the hallway.
A Heart Full of Words - word work center
I found these hearts at the local grocery store last year (.29 cents for a pack of 10), filled them with our sight words, and let the kiddos go to town unscrambling them.



Valentine's Write the Room
{From my blogging BFF}



Warm Fuzzy Patterns 
{I'm happy to share}
Using Valentine's pom-poms from Target $ Spot~HEART THEM!



The next two math centers are from Primary Graffiti's Infatuated to the Core pack.
 Cupid Combinations
Love Monster Ten Frams

This Literacy Center (also from Primary Graffiti)
Bee Loved-CVC word work




All aboard the Sweet Treats Train math center.  
I got this and a few other math and literacy centers {no photos yet} 
from Miss Kindergarten's:



Hugs & Kisses
I have used this activity for years and it never gets old. I print lots of X's and O's in different fonts and let the kids make a project of hugs & kisses to hang in the hall. 


Some down time...

...building castles...

....making words...

....playing dominos.

Happy Wednesday!

3 comments:

  1. Looks like you've been busy! :) Love your cute activities, thanks for sharing pics. I so bought those same containers and pom poms at Target!

    ~Jessica
    Fun in PreK-1

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  2. Great post, Tanya! Wow! Your kinders are always so hard at work! (They have such an awesome teacher!). Miss you and can't wait to see you in a few short months...looking into booking my flight info soon.....:) YAH!

    Ѽ Alessia
    Mrs. Albanese’s Kindergarten Class

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