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Colorful Cats and Chicka Chicka Fun Freebies!

Oh my goodness y'all!  It has been so long since I did a blog post.  When I signed in I got an error saying I wasn't recognized.  Okay, well not really but it has been awhile.  Shoowee!  Do y'all think parents know how hard we work at the beginning of the year?  Usually a Sonic coke provides a pick me up but even that hasn't helped.  My get up and go, got up and left!!!   The good news is that we all get through it and by October we are usually well into our routines and feeling fine.  How many more days until October?  :)

Alright, so here are some pics of things we've been doing.


Colorful Cats Glyphs...




Our Colorful Cats Data Analysis sheets...



Rainbow Milk Science Experiment




GRRRR!  I couldn't for the life of me get the picture to quit turning sideways!  Blogger needs to get a rotate button.  SERIOUSLY!  
This is one of the emergent readers we did.  The kids circled the color word and highlighted the capital at the beginning of the sentence at the punctuation.


We used Skittles to do some fun (and yummy) 10 frame math!


The activities above are just a small sampling of my Colorful Cats unit.  You can click on the cover below to check it out if you are interested.  



I love the poem, Rainbow Hair.  


Click on the picture below to download the Freebie from TPT.  



Unrelated but fun.....
Chicka, Chicka, Boom, Boom!  


Chicka, Chicka name trees from my Names unit.

coconut science.... Will a coconut sink or float?
click on the picture below to download the free recording sheet.  I included two different versions.



Click on the picture below to download the freebie from TPT.






23 comments:

  1. Love the coconut sink & float activity; something other than apples and pumpkins :). Thanks for sharing! Counting down to October with ya!

    Amanda
    www.averycuriousclass.blogspot.com

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  2. I always love reading about your activities! Thank you for sharing the wonderful freebies! :)
    Cheryl
    Crayons and Curls

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  3. I love using this video to go with the sink/float experiment. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dy0S1Pv0eOE&feature=player_embedded My kids love it every year.

    Learning with Mrs. Parker

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  4. Thanks for sharing!! I have one question, where did you get the letters for your Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Trees?

    Megan

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  5. Thanks for the fabulous freebies! I have added your Colorful Cats to my wishlist (where it joins several of your other products)...your post has inspired a few ideas for this week, and I am grateful! Have a wonderful week :)

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  6. This post makes me want to teach little bitty guys!! How stinkin' cute are you?!?

    Kimberly
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  7. Love the coconut sink or float! Quick question: Have you updated your farm unit yet with some beginning kinder activities? I want to do it with my kinders before we go to a real farm in oct but some of the activities are too advanced.. :)

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  8. I have done several of the activities that come in your Names packet with my 6 years old and we have loved them so far!!! Thanks a lot for all the wonderful ideas :)

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  11. Fabulous ideas as always! I agree about October. I was just telling my husband that this weekend. :)

    Erica
    Sprinkles to Kindergarten
    erica_crowder0612@yahoo.com

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  12. We did Chicka Chicka last week too! And I totally thought about exploring a coconut! Next year for sure!
    Michelle :)

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  13. Wow! I'm so amazed! You didn't dump my blog from your sidebar!! :) Thank you <3...I would have COMPLETELY understood if you had since I didn't post for NINE MONTHS!! I am back & I am planning to rejoin the blogging world. I love your post..I look forward to reading more in the future! Thanks for not giving up on me!
    Thanks, Nancy
    The Apple Basket Teacher

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  14. Deanna- I am so glad you are back!!! I look every day for your post because they give me the pick me up I need!!!! My children are doing the Cat glyph from your unit this week. I cannot wait to see how they turn out.

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  15. We did your Coconut name trees a couple of weeks ago. I just LOVE this activity, one of my Fav's. Second on that list is the Bus name activity which we did the week before that. LOL

    Anyway, if your interested I have pictures up here.

    The rainbow hair is soooo up my alley cause we are working on colors this and next week. :) Thanks for the freebie.

    M
    Ms.M's Blog
    A Teacher's Plan

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  16. Hello
    greetings!
    Mam,i really like your blog, you are doing a great job by sharing your work with rest of the world.. Mam, i need a help from you. I have to prepare my kid for a competition where she has to portray herself as the character based on well known fables/fairy tales, and that too with a twist by imagining her living in the 21st century. time allotted (1-2 min). mam as you are very experienced in this field, i need your help in this.I don't know i will prepare my kid,please help as the competition is on 29th of September.
    waiting for your reply.......
    Seema (India)

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  17. Deanna- I bought your Colorful Cats unit and LOVE it!! I tried the rainbow milk science experiment with my kids at school and I didn't really see a reaction when the Q-tip with detergent was dipped in. Hmmmm any idea where I might have gone wrong?

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  18. I just found that Chicka Chicka Boom Boom you tube video, too! My kiddos told me to "Google" it! Love your cats...you know how I feel about cats :)

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  19. As a middle/high school Math teacher I just love seeing ten frames used with coloured food/ items because this is an awesome lead into probability/ chance/ fractions!
    The data analysis and graphing was so beautifully presented and I can imagine how much your students love your class activities!
    Truely motivating!
    Liz - BaysideTeacher

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  20. wow... I really like the content of your post. .. thanks a lot for showing it to me....keep it up....really much appreciated..


    Regards,
    Jason
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  21. I can't find your Pete the Cat unit. Is it the same as the Colorful Cats unit? I love all of your units! Congratulations on your fabulous success!

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