This week we had lots of fun! End of the year is close so I am trying to make things as fun as possible as everyone is tired at this point of the year.
Then we could move on with the practice!
With the world cup so near it was very exciting practicing it with this game:
It is super simple. Have you heard about pares o nones? It is just a simple game:
One player chooses Odd and the other Even.
Then both say:
1, 2, 3…. PARES o NONES?
1, 2, 3…. ODD or EVEN?
And both students show a hand with the number that they choose.
In our case the referee determines the winner and he or she moves to the next ‘match’.
We have a Champion 1 and a Champion 2 so both final players take the crown home that day.
This game is very popular in my first grade classroom. They play on their own and the crowns go home almost every day.
We are studying transports at the same time so Odd and Even street were a must:
We did a number dictation and put them in order while talking about houses in real streets.
We did this little foldable streets and had fun playing with them creating our city with traffic signals and little cars.
Another good week in our classroom. We had Open House so a lots of projects were going on. We drew Easter bunnies and introduced addition with regrouping.
My students understood the regrouping concept very fast so I moved on with the practice.
We used these colorful rainbows to review at the end of the week and they loved them.
Each student got 7 paper strips. Once the addition is solved they out them in order from greatest to least.
You will notice that I have “cleaned” the clouds because they had written their names. But they looked colorful as they used markers and trace each letter with a different color.
If you want to use the activity click –HERE–
to download it.
Print each page on a different color. Each page has 5 addition lines. So if you had 15 students, I know I am too lucky, you would need to print each color page just 3 times. And then one cloud for each kid.
We also did our Easter bunnies. This year I went with a super easy pattern.
After mixing the colors they drew straight horizontal lines on a paper (see picture in the beginning of the post). Then I drew on the blackboard the steps and they created the masterpieces on their own.
We’ve been learning about polygons recently. We used some online games on the Smartboard. The kids loved them so I wanted to share the online.
All of them are in Spanish, but you’ll find different levels. I used all of them in my second grade classroom.
We used the Polygons Fold & Learn craftivity. It was super easy to put together and it was a good review before the test. You can find it in my TPT store.