Today we were Word Birds and thought of words to describe wind. We analyzed photographs to determine how the wind was blowing. Ask me to tell you some words we use to describe wind. We also read a funny story about a little boy who was telling a story about the wind on his way to school. He was telling his teacher he was late because of all these amazing things that happened because of the wind. Ask me to tell you about Woosh Went the Wind, by Sally Derby. Be sure to find out how this story ends!
In math, we are working with looking at groups of objects and knowing how many without counting. This is called subitizing. Today we worked with a die to practice knowing the dot configurations through six. Subitize is a great word, and I know you'll want to work it into your conversation at the soccer field or your next dinner party, so here's a little video to with a demonstration of subitizing.
Have a nice evening!