Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Community Workers - Photos and FREEBIES!

Hi there!  Well, the snow is falling outside my window.  *sigh*  So much for "spring" break.  But still - I am happy to be home, getting work done around the house and spending time with my little munchkin (who, by the way, is 40 weeks old today)!
 
Right before spring break started, the Kindergarten class I work with finished up their Community Workers unit - or at least I decided they were finishing up the unit, LOL.  I did not want to come back to the same theme after spring break, even though I had SO many more fun activities I wanted to do with them!  I was really bad about taking photos throughout this unit, but we had a lot of fun with it.  Here are a few shots:
 
 
I only get to see these kiddos for a short period of time daily, so this "Community Workers from A to Z" anchor chart took us a few days to complete.  (Oh yeah, please ignore the fact that I totally spelled "optometrist" wrong on the anchor chart.  Mrs. Unger was not prepared for that one and I had to later look up the correct spelling!)
 
I had two sweet friends volunteer to visit this classroom and talk to the Kinders about their jobs.  Our first guest speaker was a photographer!  I feel so fortunate to have gotten to know him over the last few years.  He photographed our engagement, wedding, maternity, and five generation photos.  Great guy!  And he did an awesome job with the little ones.  :)
 
 
As you can tell from this picture, the kids were glued to him and his cool cameras!
 
Our second guest speaker was a sweet friend of mine from high school and she is a nurse!  After watching her presentation, you could tell this was "not her first rodeo," as my husband would say.  She had definitely worked with kids before.
 
 
Can you imagine how excited the kids were when they were told they got to KEEP the masks!?  :)
 
 
I made up a little card for each of them.  It says, "Thanks a 'latte' for visiting our classroom," and I included a small gift card to Starbucks.  All the kiddos signed the inside.
 
 
If you are interested in snagging your own FREE copy of this simple, little "thank you" card, please visit my TPT store by clicking HERE!
 
Annnnnd....after a failing attempt to sell my "Community Workers Matching Cards," I am giving them to you for free.  One can dream of becoming the next Deanna Jump, can't she?  :)  Here you go:  Grab the cards by clicking HERE!
 
 
Enjoy the rest of the week.  Thanks for stopping by!
 
 

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