Kindergarten: Theme: Heroes

Kindergarten Theme Books


Kindergarten Official Supplemental Books

(as of 9/19/10 the list hasn't been published yet.)
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Kindergarten Other Supplemental Books

What other books do you use with the Kindergarten Heroes Theme Books? Please share here. This could include books for students or teacher resource books.
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Technology Ideas

  • In KidPix, Pixie, or Tuxpaint, have students stamp their name, then pick out stamps to make a collage of things they like or stamps that reflect their individuality.
  • In KidPix, assemble a person to look like you with a stamp set (Toonies). Write facts about you with the typewriter. Write your name with "A" moving alphabet.
  • In KidPix, Pixie, or Tuxpaint, find pictures that represent kindnesses passed on to others.
  • Take digital pictures of students acting out sportsmanlike behavior. Assemble into a class slideshow.
  • Use Skype or GoogleTalk to connect to an athlete at an Adventist academy or college to talk about good sportsmanship.
  • Take digital pictures of students including others in games. Create a "DO/Don't class slideshow" on not excluding or bullying others and how to be inclusive.

Websites

"In Real Life" Ideas

Field trips, author/expert visits, community resources and ideas, etc.
  • Invite a local sports team into your school for an Assembly to talk about being good sportsmanlike behavior.
  • Create a "good deeds" bucket with in your class. As students do good deeds for others they can help fill the classroom bucket by placing a little object in it.

Lesson Plans

  • Class written lesson plans will be added here.

Learning Center Plans

  • Class written learning center plans will be added here.

Credit: This page was developed for the AVLN online class, Integrating Technology with Pathways. Class participants contribute to the wiki. Please join the next session of the class if you would like to contribute and receive notifications when this wiki is updated. Requests to join the wiki will only be accepted by class participants. Or, if you would like to contribute without taking the class, you can send updates or ideas to janine@avln.org.