Kindergarten Star of the Week

The weekend before break, JSL came home from kindergarten with a bag from his classroom. It was to announce that it was his turn to be Kindergarten Star of the Week. On Monday, he had to bring in some items that would fit into the bag to share with the class. It could be toys, a book, and other items that had a special meaning to him. In addition to this, JSL had to decorate and fill out a Star of the Week poster. He would share this with his classmates and after it would be on the door for everyone to see.

Since TechyDad and NHL were busy finishing up a Native American project for fourth grade, JSL and I went to Nana and Papa’s house to use their kitchen table. We brought pictures, stickers, glitter, markers, and crayons along with us.

Star of the Week Poster for Kindergarten

As you can see, the poster was really quite large. There was a lot to color in and fill out. JSL had fun answering the questions and planning how to decorate the poster. He really got into it and wanted it to be just a certain way.

Concentrating on Star of the Week Kindergarten poster

First, JSL filled out his name and birthday. After that, he wrote that his favorite color was blue (no shock there). When he grows up, he wants to be a Dad. His hobbies are coloring, running, playing Nintendo, singing, and doing crafts. JSL’s favorite food is Mac and Cheese and Pizza (ultimate favorite Cici’s Mac and Cheese Pizza). Oh and JSL’s favorite sport is hockey.

When he was finished with everything, this is what JSL’s beautiful posted looked like:

Kindergarten Star of the Week Poster

Have any of your children done a Star of the Week poster like this for school? I would love to know what they wrote and shared with their class.

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  • Marina says:

    Oh my goodness how precious. Love that he wants to be a dad when he grows up. So cute!!
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  • Devo K says:

    For my 3 1/2 year old, we got to choose which week since they want the parent(s) to come in and do something or share something.

    It seems that each class that is doing it, is interpreting it as they see fit. A friend who has a daughter in a different class said that she needs to bring baby pictures and stuff like that.

    I plan on doing an arts and crafts project with the kids when it’s my turn.
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  • Marysa says:

    Great work! I love those posters! At the beginning of the year, my girls get the “About Me” ones to work on and hang up in school.