Peek at OUR Week! Five for Friday

Happy Friday! I hope your week was great! I'm linking up with Doodle Bugs Teaching to share some highlights of our really fun, but short week! It was a completely mixed up one for many reasons, so I'll start with the end of the week and work backward!





It is always a great feeling to finish our monster of a monthly bulletin board! It's a combo for Valentine's Day and our 100th day! 

The look we were going for was sweetheart candies. The colorful papers we had were perfect! The heart shapes have doilies behind them. Where the word love would be, we added a cute heart shaped sticker!


The class did a great job with some close reading activities about groundhog burrows. They got to use their new close reading bookmarks for the first time. It was REALLY helpful for them to have one to keep on their desk, so they didn't have to keep looking up to see the poster that I used to display on the SMART Board. We printed them on colored cardstock in lots of fun colors. The kiddos are really excited to have this special tool to keep!



Our penguin unit wrapped up this week with the completion of some penguin reports! This cute flip book report is just one activity in an awesome unit from Primarily Speaking. It is just the cutest thing ever! The class LOVED it! It was nice to see that they took such pride in their work. 


 This was a fun activity we did with Judy clocks and dice. All clocks are set to a given hour. Then, they roll two dice and move the minute hand to that number on the clock. The students draw clock hands to show the time as needed and compete in a game of tic-tac-toe. They love to play against the teacher! 

All of our students participate in some sort of community service each year. We call ours Coins for Critters! The whole school participates in this fundraiser. During the fundraiser, we read many books about rescued animals. This was day one but our jars are filling up quickly! The second graders have to count and roll all of the coins. The donations go to the Humane Society.

The first two days of the week, school was closed. For my friends who experience the seasons through the photos I share...this is the view in every parking lot! We have mountains of snow! 

You can imagine how life gets complicated with this much snow to dig your way through!

Because of the snow days, the fun for Groundhog Day was spoiled. My plan book is also a hot mess, but with all the carry over activities, lessons for next week are almost done!

 So that was a recap of our short but sweet week. Head on over to Doodle Bugs to link up and see what everyone else has been up to!

:)




4 comments:

  1. Love the bulletin board! Snow days are fun, but always mess up those plans! Have a great weekend!

    Kimberly Ann
    Live, Laugh, I love Kindergarten

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  2. I totally understand the plan book issue. We were talking about this at school today - no routine/consistency...Now they're saying more snow. UGH!

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  3. LOVE your bulletin board! I love creating boards with month long themes. My students always love spending time reading what they created on the board when finished with work early.

    LOVING the Close Reading Bookmark! Saving that for future use. :)

    Fishing for Education

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  4. I hope the snow goes away soon! I'm so glad you loved the penguin report flap book! Your students finished projects look great! And, I am swooning over that adorable conversation heart board. It is adorable!

    Aimee
    Primarily Speaking

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