April 8, 2016

Five for Friday {Linky Party.. April 8th}

Five for Friday is a weekly teacher linky party where you post five random things from today or this past week and on your blog. Then, you come back and link your blog post up at the bottom of this post in the linky tool. Grab the button above and link back to this post on your blog.


Dino Week 2 has been fun! I seriously have the cutest little dino expert in my room this year. Like.. he know more than google. He has enjoyed sharing his knowledge {and correcting mine! HA!} Just imagine a pint size, curly red headed, full of life, 6 year old. I love the kid to death!

We made these dinosaurs this week. The other half of them are inside on another bulletin board. This is my hall bulletin board. 
{That rainbow paper cloud is going strong since August.. one more moth for it to survive!}

This dinosaur craft is included in my Dino Unit.

We also did a little number stamping this week. This was one of our math centers. The stamping paper {and an easier version} is included in my dino unit too.

We also did these even and odd sorting cards. 
You can download these free HERE!

Next week is all about Bears!
Both sets of cards above are from this Bear Math Centers Unit.
And we will be reading several different versions of The Three Bears!

I would love for you to post your Five for Friday and link up below. 
PLEASE remember to use the Five for Friday graphic at the top of this post and also link back to my blog. xoxo


  1. That dinosaur bulletin board! My students would be beyond excited with all of those learning activities! Thanks for the linky :) Jen

  2. Every time I see your rainbow cloud I'm impressed all over again. It's still just as fun and cheerful as it was in August! The dinosaur activities look like a lot of fun. Have a great weekend!
    Laughter and Consistency

  3. I always like the themes you use in your classroom. I would love to get back to having a theme every couple of weeks, my classroom is full of multi grade small groups using the approved supplemental programs, but there are gaps of time that they can do activities around a theme. That would work wouldn't it? I am tired of blah blah and then "what should we do next?" Yes! it would be perfect, thank you! Paula