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Point of View -- Believe Me, Goldilocks Rocks!: The Story of the Three Bears as Told by Baby Bear

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Contraction Kite CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.2.2.C Use an apostrophe to form contractions and frequently occurring possessives.

I would use these in my classroom after teaching contractions. I would divide students into groups and have each group create different contraction kites, then have them share and hang from the ceiling as reminders!

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I’m *very* excited to be linking up with Jennifer at 4mulaFun for her Interactive Notebook Linky Party! Aaaand since I’m a double-dippin kinda gal I’m going to show you 5 of my in…

Interactive Notebook Linky Party ~ Five for Friday

week 4 Good idea for teaching point of view so that the students may write a creative story over the things they learn in their earth unit.

Great websites that have stories read online - FREE.

FREE read alouds

Listen to reading: Great websites that have stories read online - FREE. She also has a FREE book critic form the students can complete after they listen to the story. I like this for my technology corner.

Students could suggest one book per month to another student. Go ahead and write students name in to, so every student gets a suggestion :)

peer book recommendations - fun idea for beginning of the year, too - maybe a book you read over the summer. Also, could do this with peer music recommendations. I could restrict to certain genres or artistic periods.

Vocabulary idea - students have a vocab word on head and have to walk around room and ask synonym, antonym, rhyming word etc... to guess their word. Ah, I LOVE this idea.

Vocabulary idea - students have a vocab word on head and have to walk around room and ask synonym, antonym, rhyming word, definition, etc. to guess their word. Great end of year vocabulary activity.

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