|This was created using squares of cardstock (or construction paper) and a Cricut. I don't have a Cricut, so I'll be using the ellison. There are holes punched and students string them together using link manipulatives. So easy! :)|
|I apologize for the sideways picture...it looks right on my computer! Each student painted a penguin. At the bottom, it says "My penguin is _____ linking cubes tall." These were bound into a book.|
After a full day of sessions, my family and I attended Cirque du Soleil "Mystere" (great show), and I went to the Teacher/Blogger Meet Up. I was a very late arrival, but still got to meet some great ladies who have some amazing blogs (Kim & Megan from Kindergals, Deedee from Mrs. Wills Kindergarten, Fran from Kindergarten Crayons, Deanna from Mrs. Jump's Class, Aleesia from from Mrs. Albanese's Kindergarten Class, Kathleen from Growing Kinders, Cindy from For the Love of Kindergarten) Everyone I missed, I'd love to meet you too! Looking forward to attending some of their sessions in the coming days and meeting more awesome kindergarten teachers!