But I know that I love teaching kindergarten. I remember being so thankful for a career that I love and being surrounded with children that I love even more. I remember the times that I laughed so hard my principal peaked her head in to see what was so funny. I remember feeling the love from heartfelt "thank you's" from parents and former students. Teaching really is the most rewarding career I could have chosen and I am forever grateful for the opportunity to touch so many lives.
I decided to take a walk down memory lane today to try to bring all of those great memories to the forefront again. Trying to help myself prepare for the weeks coming up ever so soon. These are a few of my favorite moments from my classroom...
This is one of my very favorite back to school activities where the kids listen to No David then write about what David can do in the classroom. This student thought that David can play and listen to the teacher. Precious!
These are a beautiful way of teaching the children about community. Each layer is a different part, starting with "self" and ending with "state".
Experimental play is so crucial in kindergarten! I like putting magnets out in the beginning of the year.
Real world objects are fun and what can be more fun than comparing and contrasting pumpkins at Halloween!?
I loved watching my students complete my first worksheet that I ever made for Teachers Pay Teachers.
My favorite graph of all time! I still have this folded up in a cabinet.
Fostering a love of books is one of my main goals as a teacher of young children. Here, they are drawing the covers of their favorite books in preparation for book reviews.
This is my all time favorite bulletin board display. We started off our Spring unit on plants with a reading of the book Tops and Bottoms and made our own garden with descriptions of what each plant is, like "flower", "root", or "stem".
This was a Pinterest victory! Sight words scroll by on a digital picture frame.
These chick glyphs are so silly, what's not to love?
I love to listen to students working cooperatively. Here, they are writing about their favorite part of Bear Snores On.
Our countdown to the last day of school is legendary with a small strip of paper inside each balloon detailing a quick and fun activity for the day.Pin It Now!