Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Dive into our Ocean Units!

This is one of our favorite units of study.  It is great for any kindergarten classroom and it will add fun to any ocean theme!   Here is a collage and picture examples of our math and literacy Ocean Unit.  You will find much, much more when you download the unit at our Teacher Notebook shop.   



TSW...read the clock and write the time shown to the hour.

TSW...recognize coins, count the amounts of coins, and graph coins. 

TSW...match the pairs of flip flops with same addends.  Then write the addition problem on the page. 


TSW....fix the sentence by writing it correctly in the space provided.

TSW...put the fish in order to make a word.  Then circle if it is a short or long vowel word. 

TSW...say the picture and write the beginning and ending sound.

I "sea" you buying this unit and loving it.  Your students will have a sand`tastic time learning, too!  

What are you "wading" for?  Click {here} to go to our Teachers Notebook Shop!  

My students had so much fun dressing up like pirates last year.  ARRGGGHH!   I used a face paint crayon to draw on their faces.  Click  {right here} for a freebie of the pirate hat.  


Thank you so much!  
Amber & LuAnn  

6 comments:

  1. Every idea is so cute. I'm sure the kids love them, Renee

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  2. This is all SO CUTE!!!!

    Michelle

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  3. Lookin' Adorable, especially the flip flop addin'
    Blessings,

    Jessica Stanford
    jessica.stanford@me.com
    Mrs. Stanford's Class Blog
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  4. Hey girls,
    You rocked it on this one. This looks fantastic and would be amazing for a summer program. I love smart teachers...
    Fran

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  5. Thanks everyone! I am so ready for summer, too! I can't believe I am going to have 2 more themes to teach and it will be fun in the sun...planning for the next school year. HE HE HE I will be ending the year with Julie Lee's Dino-mite Unit (prepping it this week and love it) and our Ocean Unit. Enjoy the rest of your school year!

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