Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Miss Hood Had a Farm!


  Miss Hood had a farm Ee, I, Ee, I, Oh! And on that farm she had some...


We used different shapes to create our farm animals.  I enjoy doing art in this manner because it allows the students to be more creative with their art.  





We filled out this chart after we read a book about baby animals.  They learned about what baby belonged to what adult and the vocabulary words that went along with it.  


My class loved this book!  The animals in the book fold out which made this book extremely popular. 


I used this opportunity to teach my class about quotation marks.  After I taught the lesson I placed  it into the writing center for them to experiment with.  





Here are a couple of my farm themed centers.  Take a look...

This center required them to read the word and match it to the corresponding magnet. 



My class loves word searches.  I was thrilled when I found this farm word search on the blog Welcome to Room 36! 



I found this addition game at Kindergarten Hoppenings.  


Well friends I hope you enjoyed my farm unit.  Our next adventure is going to be to visit a real farm!  Boy are they excited!  Don't forget to leave me a comment as always I would love to hear from... anyone really!

2 comments:

vicky1970 said...

Hi there, your blog is soo cute! I'm your newest follower. I love your cute farm unit. Come on by and visit me sometime when you get a chance - I teach first. :o)
Vicky
Traditions, Laughter and Happily Ever After

sandra said...


Every time I visit your blog it really completes my day, and hey its not a joke. I am telling the truth. Thank you for always inspiring us and for writing a very touching article.

zandra

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