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Kindergarten St. Patrick's Day and Simple Machines Lesson Plans

 Happy St. Patrick's week! It's week 29 in Kindergarten and time for more science exploration and fun. This is quite possibly one of my favorite weeks of the school year! Check out the fun we've had in past years HERE!

3 Big Goals:

Spring MAP Testing

Complete Report Cards

Schedule Parent-Teacher Conferences

Famous Words: 

"Luck has nothing to do with it. I've spent many, many hours on the court working for my one moment in time, not knowing when it will come" -Serena Williams

My students have LOVED the Science Lab and Maker Space this last week. I have LOVED seeing their creativity and ingenuity! This week we will expand our unit on Force and Motion to cover Simple Machines and then use that knowledge to create Leprechaun Traps. It's always so fun to see how they plan their traps. This time of year is really magical and bittersweet in Kindergarten. I can see how far my students have come, see their potential for the future, and, yet, I know my time when them is winding down. In core math we are continuing our new unit on subtraction while continuing a review of measurement. We will use several hands-on activities to practice measuring length with both standard and non-standard tools. In literacy we are pressing on with Saxon PhonicsHeggerty Phonemic Awareness, and with basic sight words. 

St. Patrick's Day is a time for light-hearted fun and traditions in Kindergarten! We will explore some fun books this week:

21st Century K Resources for the Week:

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