Wednesday, December 12, 2012

I "Deerly" Love This Time of Year!

'Tis the season to make a fact list in "book style"!  I read a non-fiction story about reindeers and we brainstormed things we knew about reindeer.  During academic free-choice a couple of my students made this reindeer book together.  Then when it was shared writing time, each student wrote a fact about reindeers in our book.  The book will stay in the classroom for students to keep reading.  





Miss Neuenschwander's December Bulletin Board...




If I had a reindeer, I would play outdoors with it.  We would play ball and house.

If I had a reindeer, I would feed it carrots.  I would ride on it.
 
If I had a reindeer, I would ride it to the Super Bowl. 

Mrs. Osterman's December Bulletin Board...


I would be a good reindeer because I can be nice to other reindeer.

I would be a good reindeer because I give toys to kids.

I would be a good reindeer because I would help Santa pull his sled.

I would be a good reindeer because I can help Santa deliver presents!

I would be a good reindeer because I can fly.
As you can see we have not had the lesson yet on the word "I" is ALWAYS capitalized in a sentence.  I just think their kid~writing is so cute & great for kindergarten!!!

Remember...On Dasher, on Dancer, on Master & Visa!  HA HA HA
Amber & LuAnn   

5 comments:

Mrs. Morrow said...

Do you have a pattern for the reindeer fact book available? I love it! Thanks for sharing all of these great ideas!
Michelle
mmorrow@lexington.1.net

Rachel Harwood said...

Oh my gosh, I just LOVE your Reindeer projects!!! So adorable!

Rachel @ www.SunScholars.com

We Teach Like A Rockstar said...

Mrs. Morrow...I do not have a pattern for the reindeer fact book. I found a picture on Pinterest (sorry...I do not remember who created this adorable reindeer). The students and I just looked at the picture and cut the pieces out. I do have a copy of the reindeer patterns for the writing project. I will try to attach them! Thanks!

Mrs. Morrow said...

I would love that! Thanks again for sharing! Enjoy your holidays!
Michelle

Pearl_Anne2012 said...

I also have heard of using silly putty, instead of icky sticky bubble gum!

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