Insects: are, can, have... anchor chart ~ find facts in books and record them on the chart ~ Nice. :)

This anchor chart would be a great way to integrate science into reading. This chart would be an easy way for students to look at insects and see what they are, can, and have. They could then use these things to write about an insect.

Quantity Discrimination

These are great-- I will use them this upcoming school year! Bohaty's Kindergarten Kingdom variety of math station activities I like: number pockets -- match numeral and dots number chain -- numeral order number tic-tac-toe -- number aware

Paula's note-add "idea," people forget that important part! Examples: a goal, a plan, a hypothesis, etc. A way to remember it is that these are things you can't touch but can be the "subject" of a sentence. "My plan is to educate everyone about nouns." "My goal is to be a great teacher." You can't touch the "plan" or the "goal,” but they are still nouns.

Grade Smarty-Arties taught by the Groovy Grandma!: Comma in a series, nouns, detail anchor charts by alhely

Shape anchor charts... use in geometry unit, interactive anchor chart

Literacy and Laughter - Celebrating Kindergarten children and the books they love: fab finds

art and math!

After making snowman, children measure it with cubes or another sort of measure. Could use this idea for winter "Math Board" in my classroom.

Students monitoring own learning - use for any learning area

Memorizing multiplication facts - a way to organize facts kids know and the ones they still need to learn {image only}-use with sight words and addition/subtraction facts also

KindergartenWorks :: 10 Activities for Describing 3D Shapes in Kindergarten (K.G.3) - This free download includes picture cards of real world objects that students can sort into shape groupings. Works great for categorizing and explaining why and what features the objects all have in common.

10 Activities for Describing 3D Shapes in Kindergarten

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