We read The Wind Blew by Pat Hutchins! This is a
big book to read with any class of students!
(Tune: The Farmer In The
The farmer plants the seeds,
The Farmer plants the seeds,
Hi- Ho did you know?
The farmer plants the seeds.
The sun begins to shine...
The rain begins to fall...
The plants begin to grow...
Rain on the cat,
Rain on the dog,
Rain on the pigs,
Rain on frogs!
Rain on the
Rain on the mare,
Rain on the farmer,
This is a
fun little poster I created for my Emergent Readers!
I downloaded free clipart from google.com images to
my non readers and ESL learners.
have fun matching alphabet letter watering cans to
flowers at the ABC Center! Get your own flower set
at the link below!
Beginning Sounds Match
lots of classroom manipulatives and body parts with gummy worms!
dissect gummy worms! We have fun counting and cutting
"roll" addition problems and use clouds to
illustrate our sums!
a handprint flower at the Art Center. Students
add sunflower seeds to the middle of the flower!
practice reading rain gauges at the Math Center!
Print your own gauges
gets a cloud placemat! We "add" water molecules to turn
stormy! Students get to subtract the molecules when we
are finished with adding!
There is nothing sweeter than eating the molecules! I
use chocolate chips as the
molecules, however, you could use raisins too or brown
spring words with word tiles at the Word Work Center!
look through magazines to find pictures that begin with
letters in Spring. Under the letter p, this student
glued a picture of a piņata.
We go on a
listening walk and use our 5 senses to create a Spring
I hear ...........
I taste ...........
I smell ...........
get to pretend to be "the wind." Students blow cotton ball
across the floor with straws. We have races too!
make adorable spring flowers with coffee filters! All
have to do is have your students color with markers on a
filter. After gluing the stem and leaves on, students
spray their filter
three times with a water bottle! These are BEAUTIFUL
your windows in your classroom or any bulletin board
Students get to problem solve and put a Bug floor puzzle
get to play with insects in the block area.
We graph our favorite kind of weather?
Weather cards can be located
Students make dirt dessert with gummy worms,
crushed cookies, and pudding!
make a kite . On the tail of the kite students write
words that below in the -ing word family for Spring. My
colleague did these darling kites with her
kites to fly outside!
Students paint a
rainy day picture while listening to rainy music!
Weather and Season Emergent Readers