My morning meeting continues to be an integral part of the day. We spend time on ELA and math skills during this time. The children really enjoy the interactive slides. I have some great interactive Thanksgiving themes this month.
For November there are 40 slides, which include:
-Lunch chart that you can personalize for your students
-Classroom jobs to personalize
-November calendar (new)
-Odd or Even number chart (new)
-How Many days in Nov.- ten frame & tally mark chart to practice these very important math skills each day (new turkey theme)
-Weather chart that can be customized for your town. Click on the weather people to link to your local accu- weather forecast
-Weather bar graph to go along with the weather of the day- you can now keep track for the month and compare most, least, equal to (new)
-How many days in school hundred board counting now with a number bond and two number sentences to review addition and subtraction
-Days in school place value chart using one and tens base ten blocks (new)
-Class bank to continue money recognition
-Morning Message to write the news of the day. You can have the children begin to write 1 or more of the sentences.
-Math attendance report using a whole-part-part model (new)
Math- more and less slide- choose a new number each day and fill in 1 more, 1 less, 10 more and 10 less (new)
-Count by 10, 5, 2 songs to help children with these skills (new)
-Word Work- first grade detectives use a magnifying glass to read all your high frequency words (new)
-Build a word with short vowels- 5 slides with a Thanksgiving theme
-Handwriting page to practice letter formation (new)
-5 new Poems & Songs for the month- Children read the poems each day for the week and then on Friday they get a copy to print out and illustrate in their poetry books.
-Zero the Hero- every 10th day the students can watch this fun video about Zero!
-10 new slides with interactive math word problems- addition and subtraction. On the subtraction slides have the children touch the objects and they will be amazed on how they disappear☺
I hope your students enjoy their morning meeting as much as mine do.
I keep this program open the entire day. I find that I use different parts at different times in the day including small group time and center work.