MRS. HENDERSON'S ALL DAY CLASS
*THE THREE LITTLE JAVELINAS *CITY 1-2-3
*WHEN A LINE BENDS, A SHAPE BEGINS
*JACK'S HOUSE *SNEEZY THE SNOWMAN
*HOW FULL IS YOUR BUCKET? *BUILD, DOGS, BUILD
*THE FORT ON FOURTH STREET *IF YOU TAKE A MOUSE TO SCHOOL
*THE HAT *PLEASE, MR PANDA
*A HOUSE FOR HERMIT CRAB
HANDS ON LEARNING AND FUN
*rice table*moon sand trays*following a recipe to make our own play dough*snow in the water table*snow outside*creating art with paint and wheels with different textures*science - water jelly crystals*bubble show with the omaha children's museum*
making structures with different materials - cardboard, gingerbread houses, gum drops and toothpicks, foam, etc*ice castles*
ALL ABOUT THAT BOOK.....
Since the beginning of the year, we have discussed literary elements such as title, author, illustrator, characters, setting, etc. The students have many opportunities to be the author of their own stories by telling teachers about a picture they have drawn or an idea they have for a story. I have also been having them work on recalling things they have done earlier in the day or the previous day. We read stories and then try to retell them or recall the main parts of the story.
*CREATING OUR OWN BOOKS
TOOLS and SIMPLE MACHINES WITH MR. DAN
HOW FULL IS YOUR BUCKET
About the Book
Every moment matters.
Each of us has an invisible bucket. When our bucket is full, we feel great. When it's empty, we feel awful. Yet most children (and many adults) don't realize the importance of having a full bucket throughout the day.
In How Full Is Your Bucket? For Kids, Felix begins to see how every interaction in a day either fills or empties his bucket. Felix then realizes that everything he says or does to other people fills or empties their buckets as well.
Follow along with Felix as he learns how easy it can be to fill the buckets of his classmates, teachers, and family members. Before the day is over, you'll see how Felix learns to be a great bucket filler, and in the process, discovers that filling someone else's bucket also fills his own.
How many buckets will you fill today?