Saturday, July 31, 2010

He and She Graph

Here is a tasty graphing idea for finding out how many boys and girls there are in the classroom.

8 comments:

Laura Major (Learning Is Child's Play) said...
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Laura Major (Learning Is Child's Play) said...

Sorry , I deleted the above comment because I spotted a typo....I fixed it!

That is an awesome idea! I loved, loved using environmental print in my classroom too!I shared this on facebook with my friends and fans! :)

ChiTown Girl said...

This is the most ridiculous comment I've ever left but...I had to tell you that I stumbled across your blog from another (I love when that happens!) and I'm now sitting here in tears.

Long story short, I'll be leaving Kindergarten this year (after being there even longer than you have) and I'll be looping with my babies to 1st grade. I am NOT happy about this, but I'll save my complaining for my own blog! ;-)

Reading through your posts really made me emotional. I feel like I'm no longer a part of this very exclusive club. It just makes me so very sad. :( I just may have to live vicariously through your blog this year...

Mrs. Larremore said...

ChiTown Girl... I have to share with you that I have been shedding my own tears lately. I was just offered a job in my district to work with kinder and first grade teachers in my district who need some help making the programs stronger. I am so excited because I love sharing ideas with teachers and working with them. I also feel like I have so much to share to help make their programs better, but...I love what I do and I am very sad about walking away from my classroom. They have actually asked me to set up a model classroom for teachers to come and look at so I am glad I actually get to keep a classroom going. I will also be modeling lessons so I am looking forward to trying out new ideas with different groups of kids. I would love for you to live vicariously through my blog!! LOL!! Please feel free to share your ideas as well. I will be looking for some first grade ideas now too!!

Claire @ Completely Claire said...

I am SO excited to find your blog!! I am an elementary senior at Oklahoma State but I am from Denton, Tx. My boyfriend goes to DBU! Such a small world. I want to teach kinder/1st! I am so excited to follow you!! :0) ~ Claire

Karen Travels said...

NEat idea!!

EFL Preschool Teachers said...

Hi,
I posted a link to your blog at my Facebook Group: ESL/EFL Preschool Teachers.
Your ideas are great for English Language Learners.
Regards,
Rosa Amelia Oropeza

M said...

I came by from Chi Town Girls' blog...glad to find you. This will be my 26th year of teachign adn my 17th in kindergarten! I have taken some of your ideas to implement this year...you're never too old for new ideas :)