Cloudy With A Chance Of Learning...
Yesterday we were flying high with kites in the sky.
Today clouds are in the sky. It’s another one of the themes I like to touch on during March Is Reading Month.
I like to design easy readers that help review difficult standards like those tough 3D shapes.
I figure if I can make a little booklet about them, my students get to do a hands-on activity that makes learning more fun.
My 3D-Cloud booklet, covers concepts of print as well as writing skills, while reinforcing the 3D - shapes, so I get more “bang for my time buck!” so to speak, plus students really enjoy making these just-my-size booklets and sharing them with their families, so they help reinforce the lessons at home as well.
I include a graphing extension to nail yet another standard, which get students actively involved in discussion.
Click on the link to view/download My 3-D Cloud booklet.
The Shape On My Cloud reviews 6 basic flat shapes, colors and counting. The surprise ending incorporates a rainbow for a little bit of science.
Students trace the shape, colr and number words and shapes. Click on the link to viw/dwonload the cloud booklet.
Great Reads: Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs, Little Cloud and It Looked Like Spilt Milk
While surfing the net this morning I came across a Linky Party.
Click on the link and join Jeannie at Kindergarten Lifestyle. Add your blog to her list. She’ll be turning it into a pin board list on Pinterest.
Just click on the little blue “Add Your Link” button on her blog. It’s super easy!
Enjoy and have a great day! Spring has really “sprung” here in Michigan. It’s going to be 80 today!
I hope wherever you are, you too are enjoying the rejuvenating sunshine and sweet smell of springtime.