Howdy friends!!! I haven’t linked up with Doodle Bugs in…. FOREVER! I wanted to share what my kiddos and I have been up to lately and these was the best (and easiest) way to get it done.
Are any of you SUPER excited that today is Friday? Um… I am. I’m also excited that we have a four, yes, FOUR day weekend. PTL!!!!!!!!!!! I live in south Alabama and we celebrate Mardi Gras. Enough said. 🙂
Enough about all that… here we go.
I love doing this every year now. It’s always SOOO funny to read how to make a heart. I taught them the day before after we read a story and made Valentine Mice. I got that idea from Primary Press. Vickie has the best ideas.
It says: Get paper. Fold it. Pinch it. Draw a big heart from the corner. Cut it. Open it.
I LOVED this one! My kids loved this one as well. We taste tested the hugs and kisses and then graphed which was our favorite. The next day, we made the foil kisses and wrote about whether we loved giving hugs/kisses to mom or dad.
The graphing clip art came from The First Grade Parade. I didn’t use the writing sheet. We’re still working on writing neatly and correctly on the lines so I made them write on sentence strips.
I have TONS of M&M graphing sheets, but I got this one from Vickie as well. She posted it earlier in the week. I love that it included ten frames. We discussed our data and they had to write what they had the most/least of. We’ve been focusing a lot on that lately. FUN! FUN! Fun!!!!