And this is Winston! I picked him up in Vegas this summer from Terry Fator's show! He likes to help kindergarteners with their letters! And let me just tell you about that rocking chair! It used to be at my mom's house and she gave it to me my first year teaching. It is such a nice quality chair! Everyone who sits in it always says how comfortable it is!
We have been getting to know a "Friend of the Day" each day of school and this cheer is perfect for that. I can't remember where this chant came from, but we typically start our year off with it. It's a great way to learn about our new friends! This will eventually turn into the Pocket Chart center.
These are some anchor charts we have made this year. We read No, David! and talked about things David did and what he should have done instead. Sarah from First Grader at Last had posted the cutest "No David, Yes David!" activity to do with that book on her Instagram! We extended on that by making a "No Kindergartener, Yes Kindergartener" chart. The other anchor chart we made after reading Howard B. Wigglebottom Learns to Listen. Love that book!
I keep my materials organized in this bin. It was actually my brother's when he was little! It works really well!
This is one of my bulletin boards, along with my Fundations organization.
Right above that bulletin board hangs my 0-20 Ten Frame Posters! Since I love baking cupcakes, they had to have a little cupcake on them!
I LOVE Math Stations! I use these bins to organize Math Stations. We haven't started doing stations yet, but I have been adding different games we have played to the baskets so that I will soon introduce how we do stations.
My Shape Posters are so perfect for my students to see how to spell the shape and make it! The 2D posters can be found here and the 3D posters can be found here.
Wow that was a long post, but I just had so much I wanted to share with you!!! Can't wait to check out some other classroom reveals! I hope everyone has a WONDERFUL school year!