Mrs. Hendry

Mrs. Hendry's class pictures and activities

Posted: December 13, 2018

The children have been seeing this word on our weather chart all year so they are learning it in a snap -the! We like this video for practice: 

Posted: December 13, 2018

Check out this cool video we are watching to learn those tricky shape names: Can you find more shapes for each type around the house? Do you build with any of them? In class we are learning to describe them by using words like curved, straight, flat, corner, point, edge, side, face, and the shapes of the sides (triangles, rectangles, circles and squares). 

Posted: December 10, 2018

Here is a link to a great site for fun games to practice letters over the holidays. Which one is your child's favorite? Check out Alpha Pig's Alpha bricks where you need to stop the wolf from blowing down the pig's house. Another fun one is Alphabet Falls where duck catches letters and gets treasure. 

Posted: December 7, 2018

This page has multiple math games for some Christmas themed fun!

Posted: December 7, 2018

We checked out this game today and the children loved it. It is great for building attention and memory skills - like the hands on version you may play.

Posted: December 6, 2018

The children found the letter r so easy that we thought we would like to learn the word are too! We read some sentences like : Here are the presents. and  Here are the bells

Then we watched this video:  Are you going to watch too?

We listened to our second story about Howard P. Wigglebottom when we did the letter Hh because Howard Listens to his heart. There are lots of Howard books available free online - Howard learns lots about getting along with others. There is a Christmas story too! Here is the link for the main site - just click on "animated books" for the story:

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Wow! We heard and found the letter r all over the place! We watched rabbit videos: is external) We read a story about Rudolph and sang the song too: is external) Can they spell the Christmas color that starts with r? 

Posted: December 5, 2018

We have been working closely  with the numbers to 5 and figuring out how to show them in 2 parts. We used 5 frames and our hands in class.

Can you keep up to Jack Hartman showing number pairs?





Posted: November 28, 2018

The children said this video was their favorite subitizing one so far- they must be country kids!: 

They can also subitize fast! :

We will try the rock and roll version tomorrow:


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Added: Wed, Dec 19 2018