A Mini Sunday Share

Hi friends!  Happy Sunday!  I can't believe it's been seven days since I last posted... yikes!  I have been busy, busy at school and home this week.  I thought I'd share a few pictures with you until my next post rolls around!

We have been spending some time reviewing our letters.  Each day we take on a new letter, create an anchor chart, and do a little practice.  We've also been using pages from my fun with letters A-Z {printables} pack.  My little ones ROCK with identifying letters and sounds!

We began discussing apples this week... one of my favorite units!  We completed this labeling craft, inspired by activities from Growing Kinders and What the Teacher Wants.

Slowly, but surely, I've been organizing my closet.  I recently saw a blog post from The Short and Sassy Teacher about read aloud organization.  Erin uses multi-purpose bins from The Container Store... and I happen to love those bins!  I went to the store and grabbed a bunch more so I could organize my books.  Love!

Okay!  I promised only a FEW pictures, and there you have it! :)  I will be back soon with a new unit on families, and some fun classroom ideas!!  Now it's time for a Sunday nap!

12 comments

Lisa Giuliano said...

Super cute anchor charts! :)

Katelins Kreative Kindergarten said...

Oh my goodness, I LOVE your big anchor charts for letters!! So adorable! :) Wish I had wall space for the whole alphabet like that!

Katelin
Katelin's Kreative Kindergarten

Live, Laugh, I LOVE Kindergarten said...

Love how you organize your books! Those anchor charts are ADORABLE too!

Kimberly Ann
Live, Laugh, I love Kindergarten

Alisha P said...

I NEED To do this! I have them in according folder things now!

Erin said...

Thanks for the love Little Miss Cupcake! PS those anchor charts are simply adorable!
Erin

Shelley- TheWriteStuff said...

Great Post!

I love the apple inspired activity!

I am organizing my books etc too. Right now I have a big photocopy box that says..."books we've read" because I don't want to forget I've already read something! and I also want my subs to know in case they don't bring a book.

The world just can't have enough containers.

:) Shelley

The Perks of Teaching Primary

Mrs. M said...

LOVE THESE!! Too bad I can't draw for beans! Make your own clip art already! I will be the first in line to purchase :)

Edana

Maryann said...

I love the alphabet anchor charts. Do you have the charts laminated before doing it with the children in class? Also, do you have the apple labeling project on TPT? I would love to purchase this!
Thanks,
Maryann
brennemm@carlisleschools.org

Symantha Norton said...

I am commenting on here for my EDUC 3040 class assignment. I really enjoy looking at all the different posts you have, especially this one! I am planning on becoming a Kindergarten or 3rd grade teacher because these grades are most interesting to me, I have yet to decide which one. This post would be extremely beneficial in a Kindergarten class, using the "What Begins With...?" It is a fantastic idea and I will be incorporating it into my future classroom. Keep up the amazing and inspiring posts!
-Symantha

Lee Ann Rasey said...

Love the letter anchor charts! Do you keep them displayed all year? If not, for how long? I used to cut each letter out of construction paper and write the words on the letter with my Title I kinder kiddos, but I ran out of room to hang them.

Bekka Joy said...

Wow! I absolutely LOVE your anchor charts... do you have them all in a post somewhere? I'd love to see your others... your drawings are so cute!! I'm going to have to brush up on my drawing skills!

Carla said...

Hi,
I love how you organized your read alouds! Would you mind sharing your month labels :)
Thanks,
Carla

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