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Thanks for coming back! I love all your lessons! All so helpful.


You do not know how happy I am that you are back! I love that you include your sources and encourage your readers to make these ideas our own.

Sue Schueller

Wow! It is so nice to see a post from you. Thanks for the amazing idea! I will try the with my rock unit when I come back from break!



What a great post shared with us.


YES! Today we generated plant vocabulary after a read aloud. They each picked a word, wrote it on a card (some of them need to redo it later ;) ), then we went outside and searched for the words. Luckily we have a lot of flowers and a garden on campus, so everyone found their word! :D They took a picture of it with an iPad. I just printed them and they are going to match the pictures and words and glue them together on a strip, and put in our pocket chart. i think tomorrow we can sort into categories, like parts of a plant, what plants need, etc. They were SO happy and it is hard to get this class engaged. I can't wait to see how they use this in their writing. Thank you!


tell me more about going on a bearhunt with landforms! We are in the middle of our landform unit and I am trying to find engaging hands on ways to teach it!


Thank you for posting! I am a Kindergarten teacher in Ontario, Canada - and have always loved your teaching style, and great curriculum ideas. I was so happy to see that you're back to blogging. Looking forward to learning more from you!

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