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Sunday, November 27, 2011

See What We've Been "Gobbling" Up!

 Here are a few things we've been learning lately! Rhyming...
 Alphabet Tracing with initial Sounds with the iPad. We love the iPad!
 Letter of the week tracing. B is for Ball. B says /b/.
 We made a TON of turkey crafts this year. When I say a ton I literally mean a ton. Mrs. Olson and Mrs. Carol Ann were tired of turkey's by last Tuesday! :) These are so cute! A Special thanks to Kelley at for the turkey face pattern and feathers idea!
 Ain't they cute! We wrote one thing each child was thankful for on the turkey's top feather. 
 "Gobble Gobble"

 I thought each child did great!
 This was another one of our crafts! We made turkey's out of half a paper plate, the turkey template and forks for legs! O my were they cute! The kids loved them!
 One of the last turkey crafts we did before the holidays was the age old famous turkey handprint. Each child traced their hand and decorated their turkey! We then glued feathers on the fingers to make him look real! :)
 More turkeys..
 Look this child gave their turkey a friend.
 They did so good!  I was so proud of their turkeys
 This turkey has about 10 legs ;)
 Love em!
 This turkey was the most realistic looking turkey of them all. She really did an awesome job!
 More center work..
Rhyming Lion Game....The king had a ring! :)
We're quickly learning our rhyming words and letters/sound.
Now that Thanksgiving is over, tomorrow starts 4 weeks of Christmas crafts! 
Oh the joy!
I love Christmas!

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Check Out My other Blogs!

I don't just have my classroom blog folks! Check out my crafting blog
It hasn't been updated in a while but it shows all my past work on my scrapbooking and crafting.

Also check out my blog for my home life It still needs some updating but.....I barely have time to keep my life updated! :)

check them out if you have time!

Friday, November 4, 2011

The Leaf Man

Yesterday we made our first project of "FALL". We started talking about leaves this week and how they begin to change colors durng this time of year. We've also talked about how ths time of year we find alot of leaves on the ground because they start to "fall" off the trees! The kids have made leaf patterns this week, found leaves theat look the same and yesterday we made our very own LEAF MAN!

After reading the story LEAF MAN yesterday, Mrs. Carol Ann (the aide) and I had our kids pick out their leaves and make they're own! They turned out so good! :)

Happy Fall Y'all!