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Spring  has  Sprung!
Theme Day
How do we
know when
spring is here?
How do we know when spring is here?
Seasons Song
Mat Time: Introducing Spring
Let's Tip-Toe
Through the
Tulips!
Fitness: Dance
Jean Goldkette Orchestra (1929)
A Poem about
Spring
English: Shared Reading
By Teresa Underwood
English: Text Innovation
Roses are red
Violets are blue
I like spaghetti
How about you?
Roses are red,
Violets are blue.
I...
Ladybird Counting
Caterpillar Ordering
Billy Bug Coordinates Game
Maths: Smartboard Activities
Science
Mary, Mary, quite contrary
how does your garden
grow?
CLAYMATION
Science
Now let's watch the real thing!
Lima bean time
lapse photography
Science
Match the flower parts ...
roots
stem
leaves
flower
Science
Draw and label ...
Fresh flowers from the school garden
may be substituted for this photo
Let's Make
Flowers!
Craft
Materials
coloured tissue paper
pipe cleaners
scissors
CLICK!
Find Out More 
Mastery Learning
Folders make
remediation,
consolidation and
extension of classroom
learning manageable.
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Teacher's Notes
Hello Aussie Teachers ...
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Spring is Sprung!

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A K - 3 interactive slideshow for a classroom Spring Theme Day by Mastery Learning Group.

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Spring is Sprung!

  1. 1. Spring  has  Sprung! Theme Day
  2. 2. How do we know when spring is here?
  3. 3. How do we know when spring is here?
  4. 4. Seasons Song Mat Time: Introducing Spring
  5. 5. Let's Tip-Toe Through the Tulips! Fitness: Dance Jean Goldkette Orchestra (1929)
  6. 6. A Poem about Spring English: Shared Reading By Teresa Underwood
  7. 7. English: Text Innovation Roses are red Violets are blue I like spaghetti How about you? Roses are red, Violets are blue. I like How about you? Class Book Printable: VIC font NSW font
  8. 8. Ladybird Counting Caterpillar Ordering Billy Bug Coordinates Game Maths: Smartboard Activities
  9. 9. Science Mary, Mary, quite contrary how does your garden grow? CLAYMATION
  10. 10. Science Now let's watch the real thing! Lima bean time lapse photography
  11. 11. Science Match the flower parts ... roots stem leaves flower
  12. 12. Science Draw and label ... Fresh flowers from the school garden may be substituted for this photo
  13. 13. Let's Make Flowers! Craft Materials coloured tissue paper pipe cleaners scissors CLICK!
  14. 14. Find Out More  Mastery Learning Folders make remediation, consolidation and extension of classroom learning manageable.
  15. 15. SUBSCRIBE! Next Slideshow: Remembrance Day
  16. 16. Teacher's Notes Hello Aussie Teachers ... It's been great chatting with you via Facebook - thanks so much for your comments and suggestions! Here's some further info for your theme day: Spring Song: an easy to learn song and a professional animation - only one hiccup - a Christmas wreath on the door during Winter but this could be a teaching point! Fitness Dance: tip toe dancing to a lovely original version of Tiptoe Through the Tulips - who knew there was a version before Tiny Tim's?? Poem about Spring: shared reading and discussion about spring Text Innovation: brainstorm everyones' ideas regarding what they love. Use the printable to record and illustrate student poems and staple together to make a class book. Maths: Use the smart board games during a mat time or use in combination with other activities as a small group rotation station. Activities include counting, number ordering and grid locations - most have variable levels available. Science: Watch a claymation of a growing flower, then see the real thing through the time-lapse photography of a germinating seed. Follow up with a discussion about the parts of a flower where students can draw and label fresh flowers or use the tulip photo. Craft: Make paper flowers - the materials are listed. Please tell me how you go in the comments below and also any ideas for future slideshows!

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