We read a lot of books that were on our instructional levels. A lot of these books are accessible via the internet if you search for free printable books. You can always find these, print them off, and read them at home as well! If you are ever looking for resources at home, I encourage you to search for things on Pinterest (I'm slightly addicted!!).
To end our week's learning, we conducted a pumpkin investigation in the MakerSpace. For this investigation each kinder got a little pumpkin. With it they measured how tall with blocks, counted how many lines were on their pumpkin, drew their pumpkin, and decided if it was small/medium/big.
Then we made a prediction if their pumpkin would float or sink in water. This was the best part of the investigation because most of them thought their pumpkins would sink. It was so fun to see their faces light up when their pumpkins actually floated. It is so fun to have a space within our building that lends itself so well to messy learning!! If you ever want to know how you can support the MakerSpace with donations of things you no longer need at home, please email me! We love getting new priceless treasures!
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