Welcome to the Reading in a Winter Wonderland and 12 BOOK GIVEAWAY blog hop brought to you by several literacy loving bloggers! As you hop through the blog links at the bottom of this post, collect some awesome winter FREEBIES, as well as the mystery words (blue words) in each post. My mystery word is reader. You can print and use THIS form to help you keep track of the mystery words. After you visit all the blogs, enter for your chance to win the 12 books in these posts! My post is part of the K-2 Hop, but there is also a 3 & Up Hop. Check out the 3 & Up Hop HERE.
This is a sweet story about a boy and his dog who travel
to a nice spot in the snow to play and read their favorite book together.
My Kindergarten learners need lots of practice identifying story elements. Use this freebie to help your students identify characters and the setting in this story, retell the story and turn & talk about the story. These activities can be used during a week long study of this story or as a focus lesson for one of these skills.
Grab my freebie HERE. Hop through these blogs to collect more FREEBIES.
This week we my little scientist studied trees and recorded the parts of a tree, a fall tree and things made of wood in their Learning Notebooks. Our local police and firemen visited our school to talk about how they are important to our community.
Eric Litwin had everyone singing and dancing to his Pete the Cat and Nut Family books during his visit. Enjoy these pictures from our busy week...