Before we read the book we shared what we already knew about bubbles. After reading, we shared what we learned from the book and then I gave each student a sticky note to record their learning.
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We obviously had to end our day by blowing bubbles!!
One of my awesome teammates made the cutest counting by tens ice cream scoops activity! What a great little end of the year assessment this was!
And ice cream sandwiches were a must for this day! I definitely had to have one myself!
We tasted a few pieces of watermelon - yummy!
Then we made a chart telling how the watermelon tasted. You can get that super adorable clipart from Educlips!
We used paper plates to make watermelons. This is such an easy activity! All you do is cut a paper plate in half and let the kids color it to look like a watermelon. I let them use the Mr. Sketch smelly markers for this.
Smelly markers + Kindergarten = Love
This friend shared my opinion of the watermelon!
For math we used black unifix cubes for watermelon seeds to subtract.