Saturday, April 2, 2011

For the little "sprouts" in your classroom







Click here for your garden book. Students cut and paste images on individual pages. I can't wait to use this in my classroom. It's just a short poem we learn at this time of the year.

Let me know what you think!

24 comments:

Michelle said...

This is ADORABLE!!! I LOVE it :-)

Hadar said...

So cute!! Thanks!

Outfitted and Inspired

LeAnne Cooper said...

Love this booklet! I will use it when I introduce plants shortly.

Hangin' with Mrs. Cooper

Stephanie said...

This book is so cute! Thank you for sharing!

Stephanie

MrsKellysKindergarten

smorss99 said...

Fran this is soooo cute! I can't wait to use it in my classroom. Thank you so much for sharing with us!!!

Shannon
kinder-pond.blogspot.com

Mrs. Mc said...

Fran,
I love this and LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your blog!!
Thank you for sharing!!!
~ Mrs. Mc
http://littleliteracylearners.blogspot.com/

L.. said...

Just found your blog! What a labor of love! Due to my husband's unemployment, we moved to another state and didn't bring my "old" 25 year's worth of teaching stuff with me due to moving costs...awful feeling. Although I was fortunate to find a job, all my items including my books were donated to my collegues and my school. Not too many people are so willing to share quality items like yourself. Thank you and bless you for helping me rebuild my files and classroom activities. I truly appreciate your dedication to fellow teachers.

Fran Kramer said...

I am so happy that I could help you in any way. I wish you so much luck in your new job. You carry all your knowledge with you and children will greatly benefit from your expertise.

Pepedog said...

Thanks so much!! My kids will love it, we are working on plants this week!

L said...

This is a great book! Thanks for the wonderful share. I can't wait to use it!

Mrs. Ibarra said...

Love it. Thanks for sharing!
Mrs. Ibarra

Always First Grade

Lisa said...

LOVE!!! Thank you!

Ms. Lopez said...

OMG!! So cute! I LOVE,LOVE,LOVE your ideas and centers. I'm a follower of your blog. Thank you SO much for sharing your work with us!

Mrs. O'Brien said...

Thanks for sharing this awesome resource!

Kristen
www.thepotogold.blogspot.com

Donna Richards said...

Wonderful!! Just found your blog! Thanks so much for sharing.
Donna

Jayne said...

So CUTE! We have a Kinder Garden just outside our room. This will go with our "Gardening" Curriculum just perfectly! Thank you for sharing. Your blog is fantastic!

See Me Teach said...

I am so happy to have found your blog! All of your resources are amazing! Thanks for sharing!!

Kristin Young said...

Thanks for sharing...this is adorable! :) I teach kindergarten, too, and hope you can find something new there!

http://LittleMissGlamourGoesToKindergarten.blogspot.com

Kari said...

This is cute a great book! Thank you so much for sharing, my students will love doing this later this week.

Suzan said...

I am interested to know if you are bound to a reading series - if so - which one?

rkj032003 said...

I recently started to follow your blog, and let me say that I LOVE IT!!! I am new to kindergarten, having been teaching sixth grade, and I am always looking for new ideas. I love your Bee In Your Garden booklet, but I am unable to print it...can you send me any suggestions..I know my littles guys and gals will just love it. Thanks so much.

Kristen said...

My students will love this next year, I'm sure. It reminds me of those sticker books where you have to put the missing parts in the correct pictures. So FUN! I only wish I had find this blog sooner so I could have used it this year as well! LOOOOOVE YOUR STUFF!

Ms.M said...

Wanna hear something great?!? I am currently teaching summer school for my district and this week we have been working on plants. Well, I passed out today's activity and a word at the bottom of the page got my attention. It said blog spot. So I automatically stopped and it was your blog! It was this very same book.

Whoever helped to write the summer curriculum in my district follows your blog! I was so excited, all I could was think, "I KNOW HER, she is famous!" :)

Ms. M
Ms.M's Blog
A Teacher's Plan

kkaberle said...

So happy to have found this little gem..I have been teaching this same poem to my students for 25 years!!! :o) Thanks for sharing!