Sunday, February 5

groundhogs and a little science

What did y'all do tonight? I watched the game while working on a new unit (should be up this week). Here's a little look at some of the things we did last week.
We made groundhog predictions and graphed if the groundhog will see his shadow. This adorable graph was inspired from a similar one Mrs. Lee posted about last year.  

Once we found out that the groundhog did see his shadow we made this craftivity. We discussed the clothing you wear in the Spring versus the Winter and what it looks like outside. They did great with their illustrations. Then we made this little groundhog. You can grab the recording sheet here.

Now for some science activities . . .
We read the book "If you could go to Antarctica" and made a class bubble map. Then they made their own bubble map in their science journals.


We also labeled penguins and glued the recording sheet into our science journal.

labeling the penguin can be found in my penguin unit on TpT.

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7 comments:

laughinbrunette (Jennifer) said...

Looks like an awesome week!
Jennifer
First Grade Blue Skies

Erica said...

Fabulous ideas!

Erica

www.sprinklestokindergarten.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

where did you find the writing paper to go with the Groundhog --thanks!!! Chris

Anonymous said...

oops!!! Thanks for sharing--I found it as I scrolled down!
Have a great week!
Chris

Mrs. Coe said...

Great stuff!

Erica said...

HI Jessica! Do you have the title for this graph as a freebie anywhere?

Erica
Sprinkles to Kindergarten
erica_crowder0612@yahoo.com

YOUR TITLE HERE

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