Hi Everyone! Hope you all are doing well. I'm being observed next Wednesday (Valentine's Day) by my principal. I'm wondering what you suggest doing for a Valentine's lesson either on literacy or math? Here's one idea I had. Using conversation candy hearts the students graph by color each heart. However, I'm thinking this is mostly the kindergarteners doing the work themselves and not showing me actually teaching. Any other ideas would be greatly appreciated. I figure since it's V Day I should base the lesson on Valentines day. Another thought was read a Valentine's story where I'd include predicting, questioning, good comprehension strategies while I read. Then they go back to their seats and write who they love and why. However, this group has much difficulty with writing as everyone is at different levels. I could make a list and have them then use the list to help them write who they love and why. I also copied pages online to make a book where students color hearts(they read underneath a few lines) and color hearts according to what book says to color it. However, I feel it's too basic and not much teaching will be going on. Thanks for any and all suggestions. Bring them my way!