YES!!! Wouldn't that be easy? If every answer was yes, I mean? My muffins would surely love it...for awhile at least! We actually read this book last year when I was teaching a straight grade 1 class. Last week one of my 2's found it and wanted to read it again. My goal this year has been to have my students write about topics they are excited about and they LOVED this book - never mind the theme we are working on! BINGO - writing activity!
I decided we would make a class book. Also, I wanted to review the use of question marks since each page has a new question. Here is our little book we made:
|I was confused by this one at first but then I realized he meant actually sitting on his desk rather than in his chair. LOL|
|Oh yes! ToysRUs is going to LOVE us!!|
|This one cracked me up! Yes! If you really want to - go for!|
|I had to ask what an alucorn is...apparently it is a cross between a unicorn and a pegasus - who knew!|
|YES!! Sounds like teacher heaven!!!|
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Also, be sure to check out my newest packet. I have really began to explore inquiry based learning and it has really made each learning experience for my kiddos individualized. Their interest in their project is increased to the max because they have had a part in developing their own question to inquire about. My packet details the steps needed to implement your own inquiry based unit. I did mine on animals but it would work for any topic you were researching with your class. It also covers a broad range of curriculum.
Here is one of the final projects one of my grade 1 students did last year on the lobster!!
Included are writing and colouring assessments, pictures, materials for mini-lessons etc. I would say that these materials would stretch all the way to grade 3!
Can I take a break from blogging now!! YES!! lol! Even though I love it!