Go HERE for free math and literacy stations that correspond with the book. Over 90 pages of activities!
Laura Numeroff books are a must have for Kindergarten students. I plan on familiarizing my students with essential staff members at school such as my assistant, principal, secretary, custodian, and related arts staff.
With this book we discuss names and how we are unique.
In the classroom, I want to have all student's named displayed in the classroom to reference throughout the school year.
David Shannon's books lend themselves to great discussion about behavior and how to treat others.
This is a great book to discuss qualities that make us different.
I plan on creating a class display for the hallway.
Kindergarten students love Pete the Cat! All of Eric Litwin's books are upbeat and fun for students. I plan on incorporating this book into my color unit.
As a follow up, I plan to make a chart to list ways the teacher and students prepared for back to school.
I never heard of this book until recently. I plan on using this book to review school safety and rules. It will be a good opportunity to collaboratively create class rules.
My friend Mrs. Wheeler has a free activity on her blog as well as a list of books to use in your classroom to build community.
I can't wait to read everyone's posts. Comment with suggestions for any must have books for Kindergarten students so I can continue to build my classroom library. Thanks for reading!