Stickin' to that writing theme, I tried a little something this week in class and it was super successful. I was shocked at how independent they were with the whole thing and how much time they spent on it. Kiddos never cease to amaze me. Oh, and the best part about the whole thing is that I came up with it on a whim on Thursday. I made this little book template at about six in the morning (between drying my hair and pickin' out a snappy outfit).
Here's a little look-see at My Little Book of Seasons. We have switched gears from football to seasons/fall and this proved to be the perfect transition. We rolled with this as an independent reading center rotation and as a whole class afternoon activity on Friday. It worked well both ways :)
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Alright folks, I am off to finish up my latest installment of Good Morning Work. The October pack is nearly finished and my goal is to have it up in my TPT Shop tomorrow! I am also toying around with the idea of a math packet, but we will have to see how far the pot of coffee gets me today :)
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