Spring is one of my favorite times of the year. I love all of the flowers, the weather, spring cleaning and all of the engaging activities you can do in the classroom. In my classroom, it’s a great time to throw in some spiral review of skills we have learned throughout the year.
Here are some of my favorite spring books that I pull out to read.
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- Spring is Here
- Everything Spring
- Spring (Seasons)
- And Then It’s Spring
- Fletcher and the Springtime Blossoms
- It’s Spring!
- In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb
- Miss Rumphius
- When Spring Comes
- Bear Wants More
Another fun things that I like to pull out during the spring are spring table scatter and erasers. I usually find these items at the Dollar Store or the Dollar spot at Target. The scatter makes great game markers and the erasers make great props for math eraser stories.
Our literacy tubs will be filled with activities that review the sounds and writing conventions we have been working on.
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We will also have some spring activities in our math tubs that will help review concepts we have recently learned.
Check out the math centers below.
Here is a favorite freebie from a few years past. It’s been freshened up! You can read more about it here. Click the picture below to grab yours!
I have also been pinning away on Pinterest! You can find some fun ideas of activities on this spring activities board.