Monthly Archives: October 2010

being sick ruins the weekend

Read Aloud:  A Light in the Attic By Shel Silverstein:  Shel Silverstein is such an entertaining writer. This would be great for poetry lessons in the classroom. Also, it could be used for art since it describes many bizarre and … Continue reading

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And the week is finally over.

Read Alouds:  Mrs. Smith’s Incredible Storybook: By Michael Garland. This book would be a good book for teachers to read on the first day of kindergarden or first grade, to help play with the kids imagination. After you read the … Continue reading

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homecoming week brings spirit to our school!

Read Alouds: This week since it was a four day week and we had a guest speaker on Friday we only go to do one read aloud. And the read aloud we did was Clap Your Hands by Lorinda Bryan … Continue reading

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and worrying about college begins…

Read Alouds: Whiskey Speech by Noah S. Sweat:  In this read aloud Lawerence signed it while Sterling read it. I thought this read aloud is very interesting that he showed us a different way to a book, or speech. This … Continue reading

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Read Alouds: Punctuation Celebration by Elsa Knight Bruno:  This book was cute because it used all of the punctuations you learn in elementary school and put it as a rhyming story. I would probably use this story in second grade. I would make … Continue reading

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