.When Trixie lost Knuffle Bunny at the laundromat, my students had so much empathy for how she was feeling. Knuffle Bunny All children have a special something, and losing it would be devastating. Here is a picture of my 2 teacher examples below! Teaching craft and structure can take storytime up a notch or two!
Hope you all enjoyed this blog post! I like to put them on my students' desks while they are out of the room.
Once classes finish up both of those art lessons, the final art lesson of the year cross my fingers hope we have time for it!!! It is a great way to informally assess my students. Please feel free to use materials I created for this chart!
The Meet Mo Willems edition was a perfect accompaniment to our author study. This enabled us to focus on fact finding and recording rather than cutting paper and trash everywhere, ha! Here is a picture of my 2 teacher examples below!
She ended up making two, adding tons of glitter, and making a huge mess… but good golly they sure are cute! I like to put them on my students' desks while they are out of the room. The gummies helped turn something like reading and writing facts into something more fun for them. Find a Friend is a great icebreaker for the first day of school. They are always paying such close attention to what character is doing the speaking. As the writer of over 40 books, he offers plenty of titles to choose from.
Each child was given a tissue to use for the blending. Students in Mrs.
See my teacher examples below This will be a 3 day art lesson. They were beyond cute, and what I think I loved most about them was the uniqueness of each bunny — much like the uniqueness of each of the artists! After reading the book to my class, I taught my kids how to draw a pigeon during a directed drawing lesson. When the paint was dry, we added the blue to the ears, arms, and legs. Teacher tip: I would highly recommend painting in stages. We first drew the bunny with pencils and then traced over the lines with a permanent marker.
They love how Pigeon looks directly at them, pleading for their sympathy and help. They are always paying such close attention to what character is doing the speaking. After counting, we discussed the concepts of greater than and less than. You can view that one from previous years under 1st Grade Art Lessons and scroll down as well! Willems has a wonderful understanding of kids, and his books actively engage my students as we read.