Our tip to having a great year is to have weekly class meetings. We sit in a circle and pass around our class mascot, Quality Quentin. The student who is holding Quentin talks and everyone else listens. We start the year singing our Quality Student song so we can discuss what a quality student is. Then we start our meetings by saying,"My name is... and a quality student... My kiddos usually say things from the song. Then as the year progresses, we get into what is happening in the classroom and how we can help each other to be quality students.
You can get the song in our dollar store: Just click the picture to purchase.
I found these great books to use to teach your kiddos about fruits and vegetables. I love Rah Rah Radishes because it has vibrant photographs of vegetables. The kids love the fun rhymes and they are introduced to new vegetables, like bok choy and poblano.
Y'all might also want to check out her website for some more of her great books and ideas!
After you have read these books and discussed fruits and vegetables, you could ask parents to send in samples of the real ones for your kiddos to taste. You could also have plastic ones for them to sort in grocery bags labeled "fruits" and "vegetables"
We have created this sample for your kiddos to use in a center. Just click on the picture to download from our store. There are 8 photographic cards to sort onto a fruit or vegetable bag. You can have them place the cards on the bags or use the bags as headers and have them place the cards under the bags. We would greatly appreciate a nice comment when y'all download it. Thank you so much!
If you like it and want to check out the full pack of 24 cards,teacher guide,sorting bags,color sorting cards, graph,question sheet and answer key for questions, click on this picture:
We hope y'all were able to get some helpful tips for a successful year and we wish y'all all the best this school year!
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