Sunday, November 4

spiders and a freebie

I have so many fun classroom activities to post on this blog and I'm way behind. So if you already taught your littles about spiders just tuck this away for next year.
 
Halloween this year was so fun we made witches brew and did some spooky science with dry ice. My kids loved it!
 
 We leaned the letter S and made a spider web with all our S words we found around the room. I gave each child a sentence strip and they had to find a S word in the classroom.
 
We labeled the parts of a spider with a little help from this song

 
I found this giant harry spider at Target
 
They drew a spider in their science journal and labeled it.
 
We made hand print spiders and wrote spider list poems using spider verbs and adjectives.
 
We read The Very Busy Spider and wrote text to self connections. It says, I am very busy  . . .  in kindergarten. I got this adorable idea from Cara over at the First Grade Parade.
We made a spider bubble map with all our new learning. The labels are from Deanna Jump's spider unit on TPT.
 
We graphed are you afraid of spiders and made our first pie graph. The recording sheet and spider coins can be found in my spider unit.
 
 
I love how Kim Adsit had her kids write the data with her on white boards so I gave it a try. We practiced making tally marks and the symbols for equal, greater than, and less than.
 
 
We have been practicing measuring with non standard measurement. He is something I had in one of my morning tubs.
 
 
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4 comments:

Learning with Mrs. Brinn said...

Cute spider ideas! I especially love the handprint with the spider poem. Thanks for the Halloween freebie- saving it for next year!
Gwen
Learning With Mrs. Brinn

Mrs Cupcake said...

I love your spider ideas!! You made those creepy-crawlies CUTE! :)
❤Teri
A Cupcake for the Teacher

Lesson Plan SOS Teachers said...

Your ideas are so creative! I really enjoy coming to your blog, even though I teach third grade! I still get so many ideas that I can adapt with my students. The pictures are great!! :)

Stef Galvin said...

Wow - I love all your spider ideas and activities!

Stef
P.S. I have a giveaway going on at my blog if you're interested!

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