We are a kindergarten class in Minnesota. We use our blog to share our daily 'hoppenings' with our families.

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Pumpkin Patches and Numbers

This week, we have been talking about pumpkins. We started by watching "How Pumpkins Grow". We made pumpkin people and painted pumpkins with different faces.

The story of Spookley the Square Pumpkin was fun to read and watch online.

The kids created their own pumpkin patches and wrote the words, "My pumpkins are ____". There were square, rectangle, purple, blue, circle, scared, and silly pumpkins in our class.

We also worked on writing our numbers to 10. We used paper and our iPads (The Handwriting Without Tears app) to practice. When writing numbers, we need to start at the top and move to the right. Numbers are important because we use them every day.

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