Think-ets...great!... (Along with the pouch comes rules for a few games, such as “I’ll take one away, and you tell me which one is missing”, or “Make a story about the item you’re holding”) - could make your own Small Toys, Travel Games For Kids, You R Holding, Art Games For Kids, Wait Moments, Long Wait, Craft Ideas, Altoids Tins, Items You R
* Maxabella loves...: Pin of the Day (23 June): 40 activities to get your kids moving from Hands on: As we grow
1. Give each storyteller a bucket and send her on a hunt for objects such as a stone, branch, spoon, flower, or teacup. When the buckets are full, have each person pick one item to bring to the circle. 2. The first person begins the story by setting the scene and including her object. The next person continues the story with his item. The game goes around the circle until the last player ends the story. 3. Each player picks a different object from her bucket, and the group tells a new story.
Comprehension Strategies~Helping Kids Understand What They Are Reading
Comprehension Strategies...Questions to Help Kids Understand What They Are Reading. Great list to have handy during homework time and bedtime stories!