Track the growth and development of your classroom caterpillars from day 1 until release
-a space for illustration and journaling for each day
-a graph to fill in for each day the caterpillar was in a different stage of it's life-cycle
-a place for facts learned
-a blank life-cycle to fill in
Dizzy for Kindergarten contains projects, activities, print-outs, etc that I have developed and used in my kindergarten classroom over the years. By using these with my students, I have been able to see what works, what needs to be changed, and what needs to be sent to the circular file - never to be seen again! Since I typically get the "highest of the high" and the "lowest of the low" in my class each year, I have had to do a lot of differentiation of activities and centers - this means more work for me but less for you!
In my classroom I do a lot of different centers/stations, which is what I found works best to reach my wide range of learners. I also like to do a lot of hands on, interactive, fun, activities, where the kids don't even realize they are learning!
Hopefully something I have created you will find beneficail or helpful - or at least save you the time of creating it yourself!