Tuesday, January 1, 2013

[teach] Kindergarten Spring Outline

After Christmas, it seems as though the school year  d-r-a-g-s  by so so so SLOWWWLLYYY. Can I get an amen?! It is good to have a "big picture" plan so you can count down your year accordingly and make sure you get to all the good stuff. There will always be the "main" teaching: letters, sounds, blending, reading, writing, math, counting, patterns, adding, subtracting, etc. But I use my big picture plan so I can use the appropriate themes and units to integrate said teaching into instruction. Yay for fun!

Here is my tentative outline for the spring semester with my Kinder babies, along with some ideas (thanks Pinterest! the source is located at the bottom of each picture, and if for some reason it is the wrong source and/or it shows up incorrectly, please let me know so I can fix that!) that I hope to implement with the kiddos... and sorry about the varying sizes/alignments; Gotta love embedding codes...:

Winter (Snowmen and Penguins)

Source: flickr.com via Chrissy on Pinterest


100th Day of School



Dr. Seuss

St. Patrick's Day
Source: google.com via Chrissy on Pinterest


Zoo/Farm/Oviparous (come from eggs) Animals

Earth Day

Source: google.com via Chrissy on Pinterest


End of the Year

What does your second semester look like? For all my non-teacher friends, do you create an outline for each month you're at work... so you can count down the days til your next vacation or deadline? Do tell. You know I love organization!

"'For I know the plans I have for you,' declares the LORD, 'plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.'" Jeremiah 29:11

1 comment :

  1. honestly, you are so stinkin' adorable! I'm not a teacher but I can say this time of year drags by PERIOD. after the holidays I'm left counting down the days until Summer! Good news is.. it seems like each month has a little something to get excited about:)


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