I happy to be linking up again, though!
They lined up and entered the room. I’d spread the desks apart in testing position. I told them that they had one more test to take. They were confused and bordering on concern.
I started the script and they all started laughing. It was fantastic!
We’ve already read Love that Dog, so they were familiar with concrete/shape poems. It was the perfect activity for after testing.
This morning they wrote Sensory Poems that gave me goose bumps. I can’t wait to share the finished product!
I already had vocabulary lists and quizzes, so I decided to use an organizer from Jen Jones’ Vocabulary Rubrics,Templates & Graphs for Common Core Instruction to teach it. I love it!
I usually set up a folder with brads, but I copied these two resources into two stapled booklets instead. I printed the cover of an online activity guide in color and laminated two pocket folders to hold everything.
I’ve taught this for years, but I am excited to add these new twists!
My grandparents’ backyard is one of my favorite places in the world, so it was a nice Thursday afternoon treat!
Thank you so much for the kind e-mails. My son got a good report at the specialist, so it looks like we are all getting back to normal!
Enjoy your weekend!