TKs use Math everyday. Through our Letter of the Week projects, TKs have multiple opportunities to count and work with numbers, patterns, and colors. At “Work Time” stations, the children are provided additional opportunities to practice what they’ve learned. Let us show you how.
How many seeds on a strawberry? Well, what begins with S?
We can make snakes with color patterns and count the squares.
Guess my pattern!
The children made Indian corn with various colors – brown, yellow, red, and yellow. They count by color and the total.
We can count and sort with buttons, beads, and little blocks.
At “Work Time”, a student chose to work with the connecting monkeys and started counting…
Each week we feature a letter of the alphabet. TK’s learn the letter sound along with a hand gesture or body movement. TK’s practice formation of the letter in various ways. Most importantly, TK’s have fun discovering each letter through art, music, stories, and more. Let’s show you how….
S is for Sammy Spider
S is for skeleton
S is for Strawberry
T is for train and tracks
T is for train tickets
T is for turtle
T is for tractor
T is for tree (Chicka Chicka Boom Boom style)…delicious!
Thank you to all the terrific TK’s at Stone Lake Elementary where we have fun and learn about ourselves and the world around us. We begin our journey with our October Celebration! Welcome to our world of imagination and discovery…
Astronaut or pirate?
Dancing with the stars!
Pumpkin seed count
More pumpkin seeds…
Spinning and lacing spider webs
The great candy corn count…start with 1 and keep on going…