Five for Friday

It’s the end of the week! I’ve seen Iron Man 3 once, and am planning my second cinema visit (I’m thinking Gold Class!).

Also, I get to see my bestie and her baby tomorrow. 🙂

Right now though, I’m linking up with Doodlebugs Teaching for this week’s:

#1

Here is the fabulous Smart Art activity from Katie Knight’s Easy Ecology pack.

#2

The fabulous Red Rectangle Rocket craft activity by Mel at From the Pond.

#3

My Comma Pie activity from my Such Sweet Language pack. My firsties did a great job on these this week!

#4

We made our own persuasive Pigeon stories. (I’ll take some close-ups of the insides of the books next week – some are HILARIOUS!)

#5

Guess who got a Scholastic delivery today…?!

How’s your week been?

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2 thoughts on “Five for Friday

  1. I love the look of your persuasive pigeon activity – looking forward to seeing some close-ups! I’m glad I’m not the only scholastic addict – I managed to convince myself that I didn’t need anything this time around but I do wish I had of purchased that Mother’s Day picture book now…

    Enjoy your weekend!

    Casey
    Lifelong Learners in Prep

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    • The Pigeon activity was super-easy. My class LOVE all Mo Willems Pigeon books so we’ve been reading them all you (and re-reading, and re-reading – lol!). I decided to do Persuasive Writing with my Grade 1s so that eventually I’m in-sync with my Prep and Grade 1 writing planners (this is the problem with working across 2 planning teams, sigh!) and these books are perfect. My kiddos had to choose something the Pigeon wanted to do, and write 3 reasons why he should be allowed to do it (ie: drive a car, rule the world, be the principal, do a drawing, etc). I was so proud of them.

      Oh, I’m a massive Scholastic addict, Casey. But, considering the prices and that I save up specifically for it, I’m telling myself it’s worth it! I have a small collection of Mother’s Day books now, which is useful. One of my Preps introduced me to another great book about Mums – Mummies are Amazing. She read it to my class last term (which was completely precious!) and I had to buy it for our Mother’s Day collection. 🙂

      Stef

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