This week we're learning about pumpkins.
First we read a book about pumpkins and then we watched a video (it's a super cute video with accurate info and a song. My kids loved it!) We also pretended we were pumpkin seeds growing into pumpkins, which was silly but memorable.
Afterwards, the kids made pumpkin life cycle booklets. All I had them do was trace a circle onto construction paper, cut out, decorate, then add a green stem.
And here are some middles. This was easy, too. I gave them a piece of paper with a circle sectioned into quarters. I drew the life cycle on the white board (with the class's help) and then they did the same on their own sheets.
If you're looking for a "Pumpkins need..." sheet, just click the image below to see what I did last year.
During math we estimated how many marshmallows would fit onto 3 different sized ghosts.
Then we counted to check our estimate and wrote the number in tens and ones.
It was hard work but lots of fun!
A BIG thanks to Jill from Mrs. T's First Grade. If you click HERE you can grab the sheet.