This week I had the privileged to go into a few different teacher's classrooms and do a sample lesson with the Promethean Board.
I have not been trained by the company, but had a board in my own classroom for a little over 3 years. I definitely DON'T know everything about these boards, but I truly enjoy creating engaging lesson plans and have a love for the school (MTCS)!
One of the lessons I did was for the Kindergarten teachers. I had two classes in the room at once, so I had to keep the lesson short and sweet.
They had been working on Pumpkins and numbers. So, I focused my lesson on comparing numbers. If you have a Promethean Board and would like to have this flipchart, click the picture below. Pretty please leave positive feedback if you download it.
I also created a simple assessment so I could check for understanding, but also have a few minutes to talk to each teacher about some of the things I did in my flipchart, as well as answer any questions.
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I saw so many awesome things hanging on the walls at MTCS, but here are a few I had to snap a pic of!
Is that not the cutest idea for rules ever?!?!?!?
And the K classroom I was teaching in had this genius idea!
Stick sight words in baseball card page protectors and slide them in their take home folder. Love it!!!
I saw some pretty awesome Pumpkin Projects!
I love seeing KWL's for just about anything!!!
And, this book was just adorable to hear. Make sure to check it out (especially for teaching bible class or at a Christian School).
Have a wonderful and safe Halloween and Weekend!!!