I'm the type of person that JUST has to figure things out on my own. Blogging to you, is quite new to me. I wasn't happy with how things were looking, nor could I find anything that I liked----so I started googling and looking for ways to make it more appealing, and also JUST a little bit different than others. So, for now, I'm mixing a few different things with a header that I created myself. :) I think this blog will forever be a "Work-in-Progress." :)
Next week we will review adjectives-specifically with color adjectives. I figured I'd tie in the rainbow with it, since St. Patrick's Day is next weekend (not to mention my oldest's birthday party that I'm frantically planning and making things for!!!) I had the idea, but had to figure out how to make it the easiest way possible. When you download it, keep it in the EXACT order and the EXACT way it prints out. Every other page will be upside down. This is very important. Once it printed, copy it double sided. Then, you will be able to layer it and fold over to make a pretty cool flip book. Under each flap, have the students write a sentence using the color adjective. I am going to make sure my students write a sentence that does NOT say "The ball is red." But instead, model and get them to write saying something like "The red ball bounces high." I created 2 different versions for you. The first one already has the color printed. The second one will be black and white, so that students can color in the word/box (and also save ink---plus the indigo printed out a little bit off for me...)
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Hope you have a wonderful weekend and week! I'm going to be working on my soon-to-be 6-year-old's Angry Bird party! Which involves me making 60 pom pom red birds and 40 green pom pom pigs... and trying out my new found crafty-ness inspired from Pinterest and am also making some cute angry bird magnets (well, they are cute in my head---we'll see what happens to the final product) and will also be requesting the assistance of a certain 5 year old to make his "non-edible" birthday (non)treat for his friends in Kindergarten. (Melting more crayons, but molding into a football shape) :) (Then, I have 1 month to plan my soon-to-be 2-year old's party! That's right-my kids are EXACTLY a month apart--March 15th and April 15th!)
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