After a very cold and snowy winter, Spring is right around the corner.
Are you as excited as I am?
One of my favorite things about Spring is all the wonderfully fun activities I have planned for my Kindergarten class.
This year I have been focusing on incorporating read aloud into our activities. For example, “The Kissing Hand,” “5 Little Pumpkins,” “Sneezy the Snowman,” to name a few.
Well, this Spring I wanted to focus on something that addressed social and emotional health as well as introduced my kids to a Seed.
This is because I have a great science experiment with seeds that I will be sharing later in this post.
That’s when I decided to focus my activities around the book “The Bad Seed.”
“The Bad Seed” is a very cute book about a seed that is “bad” who tries his best to become a “good” seed.
This is perfect for reviewing expectations in the classroom and I love the message that no one is a “bad seed.” We can all choose to make good choices if we try.
But, if you have read any of my other blog posts, you know that I don’t let stories end there.
In this post, I am going to share some great activities to do with your students that are perfect for this book.
Whether you are in person, hybrid, or teaching virtually (like I am) these activities are great for primary students. Regardless of what learning may look like.
So let’s go ahead and get started!Read more