Daily 5 & Addition Bulletin Board

Take a look at this super cute bulletin board (a TpT freebie find)!!  My teaching buddy and I have been working on addition.  This was a simple and easy way for the kids to work on addition practice and do a craftivity.  You can get the ladybug math art template for free {here}. 

Alrighty, now to Daily 5.  This is my second year teaching with the Daily 5 and I absolutely love it.  The kids do so well with it.  Here are a few photos and my word work activities.

I have 4 listening centers; 2 book on CDs and 2 literacy based listening activities.

We received these AWESOME Listen & Learn based listening activities by grant.  Click {here} to view from Lakeshore.  The kids do really well with these.

Here is one of my books on CDs listening centers.  The students listen to the story and then complete a listening comprehension sheet.  The students write the title, illustrate their favorite part, and write their favorire part.  I got the listening response sheets {here}.

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Here are my 4 word work tubs!  I am always amazed with what the students are able to do independently!

Here is another TpT freebie!  Silent “E” is a new concept for my Kindergarteners.  However, this activity seems to have really helped to introduce the concept.  Click {here} for this freebie!

This is the “word family can.”  Not my original idea- but I do love it!  The students have the red chip with the word family (ip).  Next, they pull out one chip at a time to build the word.  Then, the students record their words.  Find it {here} on Pinterest.

Here is  short vowel sort.  These are laminated cards and sorting mat.  The students first sort the cards onto the mat. After completing that task the students move onto the short vowel quick assess worksheet.  Pick this vowel sort up for $2 I got it {here}.

My final Daily 5 word work tub is a diagraph sort.  I introduced this activity first in small group, then placed the sort into word work.  You can get this sort for $2.  I got mine {here}

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