For inclusion, we read "What is on the Flowers?" (Chapel Hill Snippets). I used the preschool teacher's reflector so the book would show up on the Smartboard, and we talked about what was on the flower. They thought the last picture was hilarious! After that, we made flowers using crumpled tissue paper:
I had one student who insisted on straightening out the tissue that I crumpled up for him! He was just too cute!
I didn't pull my students from the Pre-K class for therapy this week because they had a little graduation/party on Wed.! It's sad to see some of these little ones move on, but it's exciting to see the progress they all made this year!
The first group that played it were so excited because it was "just like BeyBlades"! I used the spinning tops from the Target Dollar Spot, wrote numbers in spaces on a piece of construction paper, then put the paper in a cookie sheet. Worked like a charm!
Great way to work on reasoning skills, right?
There was a little celebration going on in Pre-K on Wed.:
I'm really going to miss all of those kids next year since I'm not going to be at this school next year.
So, there you have it. The year is quickly winding down (only 1 1/2 days left)...all that's left is progress reports, organizing for the next person, and, of course, packing stuff up.
How has your week gone?