Sunday, April 28, 2013

Fairy Tale Integrated Unit

I am so excited to finally have this Fairy Tale Integrated Unit done!  I was at the point where my mind was working LOTS faster than my hands and I kept coming up with new things to add to this unit.  It is a total of 100 pages of Reading, Math, and Writing resources.  I focused on five main Fairy Tales:
1. Cinderella
2. Jack and the Beanstalk
3. Goldilocks and the Three Bears
4. The Three Little Pigs
5. Little Red Riding Hood

I do have some graphic organizers at the beginning of this unit that you can use with any Fairy Tale title you want.  I also included a list of Fractured Fairy Tales that could be used.  I love to create math games so there is a math game for each Fairy Tale.  Check out some of the images below for this product!

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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Happy Tuesday!  We have our last round of testing next week for our kids!  It is always very nerve wracking but at the same time it is great for our kids to be able to showcase their amazing intelligence!  I have attached a freebie.  This is a pretty easy and quick review to do with your class.  I copied my pages with the sentences back to back and then copied the types of sentences on colored paper.  I laminated all of these copies so these could be used year after year.  The four types of sentences are leveled (there is an easier version with the words: command, statement, question, and exclamation and a harder   version with the words: interrogative, declarative, imperative, and exclamatory).  I cut apart the words and put them into baggies and then gave students the sentence page and they would put which type of sentence it is in the box.  I would then walk around the room to check or we would just answer orally as a class.  There is also a poster that you can use if you would like!

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