Stiftgedicht

The artist has a couple of really beautiful examples on her deviant art page. This sounds really interesting. found poetry--GREAT use of all our discarded books for middle/high school English project POETRY PROJECT

So many uses for this book! reading comp: theme. Writing: word choice, voice, illustrating, brainstorming, vivid verbs persuasive writing- having students write an advertisement for a book they have written.

Might be a good Small Moments book ->So many uses for this book! Writing: word choice, voice, illustrating, brainstorming, vivid verbs persuasive writing- having students write an advertisement for a book they have written.

anchor charts | Contractions Anchor Chart | First Grade by bonita

Contraction Anchor Chart ~ Start with a few examples and have kids find more from their reading to add to the class chart.

Tell the story of a day this child spent with his elephant nanny.

Writing Prompt: Tell the story of a day this child spent with his elephant nanny. This pinner has a huge collection of picture writing prompts.

Jenny gaat op de grond liggen om door het piepkleine deurtje te kijken. En ze kon niet geloven wat ze daar zag.....

Story Starter: Jenny bent down to look through the tiny door at the back of the room. What happens next?

Om de letters d en b uit elkaar te houden, aangezien de kinderen ze (in groep 3) vaak door elkaar halen/verwisselen. De dikke billen van de olifant. Ook leuk met het liedje; "ze kunnen zeggen wat ze willen".

Om de letters d en b uit elkaar te houden, aangezien de kinderen ze (in groep 3) vaak door elkaar halen/verwisselen. De dikke billen van de olifant. Ook leuk met het liedje; "ze kunnen zeggen wat ze willen".

Cover up the bottom half of the picture; discuss. Then reveal the full picture!!! Drawing conclusions/making assumptions without seeing/knowing the whole picture - Great lessons can come from this simple picture.

lochness monster The secret is out. elephant with lochness on trunk swimming underwater

Writing Prompt: You come home to this sight. The cat can talk, describe your conversation with this feline.

Writing Prompt: Why is the cat taking a bubble bath in the kitchen sink? Decide whether to tell the story from the viewpoint of the cat or a person. Include the setting, dialog, action verbs and lots of description.

welsh sheep waiting for the sun to come out .... enjoy the wait

lorenzens-soil: “ Too cool for my wool, too cool for my baaahhh, too cool… ” time to count some sheep in shades…

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