Monday we talked about Abraham Lincoln and the kids did different Lincoln activities in their stations. In the morning we watched the brainpop on Lincoln and the kids wrote about him in reading and writing stations that afternoon.
|Oops! Got caught taking a picture!|
|Tracing and cutting out different parts to make Lincoln.|
|Abraham Lincoln's timeline!|
|Abraham Lincoln: he was assassinated. He was the 16th president. John Wilkes Booth shot Abraham Lincoln. He was born February 12. He was born in a log cabin. His parents were farmers. He did not go to school.|
|Abraham Lincoln was in the United States. He was assassinated. He lived in a log house. He was born February fourteenth.|
|All our cute little Lincoln's in their stove pipe hats!|
|Portrait of President Obama|
|If I were President, I would ...|
|Sorting real words and non-sense words|
|The new favorite game ... Balloon Pop!|
|Thursday, when we had early release, a group of us played Balloon Pop ... I worked so hard to read my sneaky "e" words then got a bang card!|
|Washington Monument writings about President Washington|
|The remembered SO much about these 3 Presidents! They could tell me around 10 facts for each President!|
|At the end of the week, they had three different activities for each of the Presidents.|
Math stations were patriotic themed, too. The kids put numbers in order counting by 5's to 100, sorted quarters and pennies onto tri hats and stove pipe hats, graphed Washington symbols (cherry trees, tri hats and quarters) and matched nickels with their amounts.