Mrs. Dennice Anders: Homepage
Mrs. Dennice Anders: Homepage
Dennice Anders Transitional Kindergarten Teacher Mrs. Dennice Anders. I graduated from Putnam County in 2003. She married her high school sweetheart, Steven Anders in May 2005. Dennice received her Bachelors of Arts . . .
Fall for kindergarten
Fall is finally here! We enjoyed a pumpkin investigation and a Fall themed scavenger hunt was given to families to complete with their child. In our pumpkin investigation, we explored what pumpkins can look like, . . .
End of year fun in kindergarten
The end of the year is always fast paced and a rush to get it all in. After doing weeks of testing, some fun was needed in kindergarten. We had our field trip and track and field day. In our class we also had a balloon countdown to the . . .
Easter fun in Kindergarten
Mrs. Anders room took a much needed break from learning. We enjoyed an Easter egg hunt in our classroom and a movie! The kids had so much fun as they hunted for eggs and counted how many they got. We talked about colors and beginning . . .
Beginning with Kindergarten
We have had a very busy couple of weeks in Mrs. Dennice’s kindergarten classroom. We have been working hard to learn rules and routines, and what’s expected of us. We try to throw some fun in with the learning as well, such as . . .
Slime, Seuss, and Socks
Last week in transitional Kindergarten, we had lots of fun with reading and dress-up days. We enjoyed many Dr. Seuss books and activities. We made oobleck (slime, like in the book, Bartholomew and the Oobleck by Dr. Seuss) and . . .
Getting back in the routine with some winter fun!
Transitional Kindergarten has been having some fun learning with some winter activities: snowball fight with self generated numbers and a ‘snow’ dig for jewels to make the number you had drawn!
Fall Fun in Transitional Kindergarten
Fall is always more enjoyable when you have a party to pass the time. October 31 was not only Halloween, but our school had fall class parties. Our room also had some added fun with the day, because we were also able to have . . .
Learning in Transitional Kindergarten
This year has already been very busy for our Transitional Kindergarten classroom, but we still find time for cooperative learning. We have been working a lot on the rules and how we behave in a school setting. I can already tell . . .
March News In Transitional Kindergarten
March news in our room: We had a terrific time celebrating Dr. Seuss's Birthday. We had a new friend join our class. He fits right in and is making great friends. We are on the home stretch . . .
Short week, Big Fun in Transitional Kindergarten!
With all of the snow days at the beginning of last week, we had a very short week of only two days last week. To top it off, our first day back was February 14, Valentine's Day. With it being a short week and with . . .
Jumping Into a New Year!
Transitional kindergarten has jumped right into the new year with some gingerbread man and girl activities, as well as interactive free play. I’m very pleased and excited about the progress we have made and can’t wait to see how . . .
Gingerbread fun in Transitional Kindergarten
Transitional Kindergarten has been very busy this month, and this week was no different! We had a group discussion on how the Gingerbread Boy and Gingerbread Girl books are alike and different. Without much help from . . .
Spooky Fun and Games In TK
Our Kindergarten class voted on a Costume Party a few days before Halloween. It was great fun and the students loved it. Then a few days later they had their fall party. They received lots of goodies, played games, and had . . .
Science Party Fun in Kindergarten
Kids, like adults, enjoy attention. Rewarding children for positive behavior with stickers and small rewards can be a great incentive to change negative behavior and encourage positive choices. In our Kindergarten class, we reward positive . . .
Learning Cooperation in Kindergarten
Busy Kindergarteners! We have been very busy the last few weeks learning cooperation and taking turns. We are building a community of learners through play and interactions with one another. We are learning the . . .
Transitioning to Transitional Kindergarten
Please give a warm welcome to our newest Kindergarten teacher👩🏼🏫 , Mrs. Dennice Anders! 🤗 Dennice and her husband Steven🤵🏻 live in Unionville and have two children, Karson 🧒🏻and 👧🏻Kyann. Mrs. Anders received her teaching degree through . . .