Fall Wreaths

While I tend to lean more toward the artsy-style with projects I enjoy doing with my class so that they learn fundamental visual arts skills, I know that a simple craft can be just as fun to complete and also aids in developing fine motor skills in tiny hands. Last week, I did a quick Google search on my break before finding an image that inspired what we would create–fall wreaths, using construction paper and our hands for the shape! To add a little academics to our craft, I wrote fall words on the board for students to copy onto the pieces of their wreaths. Find some photos of last week’s art time below!

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Hard G, Soft G, and Nouns!

Last week for ELA, we focused on the hard g and soft g sounds and defining and using nouns! Below are some videos that we watched during the week, before creating word lists of our own.

Below are some lists we created as a whole-class, focusing on our ELA skills:

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