Happy February!!! The 100th Day of School was so much fun! We counted to 100 in so many ways! Be sure to practice reading every night!!! We are learning lots of new word families! Ask your child about _at words, _an words, _ig words, and _un words. Be sure to stretch them out, […]
Hi all, Pete Harry has done it again! He has a wonderful video about telling the truth and recognizing and reporting about bullies. Do check it out! My kids love it! Well done Mr. Harry 🙂 Check out his Harry’s Kindergarten Channel at this link: http://www.youtube.com/user/HarryKindergarten?blend=2&ob=1 Watch for coming events in Mrs. Hufstedler’s K Class!
December is a great month for music in the classroom, and when that music connects to important concepts like reading, it’s a win-win! I made this simple visual activity to help kids develop better one-one print matching. As they add trees to cover each letter in the word SANTA, students learn to watch and respond […]
I am so proud of my class! They have learned how to chant both the letters and sounds to help us memorize the alphabet. Here we are…just showing off 🙂 This week’s story is Little Panda. Watch for new homework and information on our new sight words: she, with, me http://s1230.photobucket.com/albums/ee483/maggieskindercorner/?action=view¤t=100_1101.mp4
I have been using Harry Kindergarten videos for over a year. They are simple, but entertaining, and kids learn really important concepts in math and reading. Mr. Harry is a real kindergarten teacher with lots of great ideas. Check out his videos! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPzIbbvoiMA&feature=related
I have added the letter sound and an option to use/not use abc chart chant with this file. Also, students are responsible for stating letter names as they pop up. The sight word song is an idea from teachers.net several years ago, and the poem is one I use for sight words and rhyming skills. […]
Be safe, and go ahead…eat some of your Trick-or-Treater’s chocolate! You deserve it. 🙂 Here’s my treat to you! http://maggieskindercorner.com/ABCppt.ppt
The Small Group Lesson My groups are as diverse as the pumpkins that grow on our family farm! Each little “pumpkin” has a different need! Therefore, the lesson design is being tweaked constantly to accomodate each one. In one group I may have two students still struggling to write their names, while two others are […]