Saturday, January 30, 2016

Groundhog Day Shadow Writing

As hard as it is to believe, February starts on Monday, which means Groundhog Day is on Tuesday.  Did it sneak up on anyone else???

I created a writing activity for my kiddos and a thrilled with how it turned out!!


I've turned it into a learning pack for a ready to use writing lesson for you.  There's an anchor chart to spark a discussion and six shadows to share with your group.  Ask them: What do you infer the shape is?  How do you know?  Then using different shadows students will create a flap book where they print their guess on the top flap then underneath print their reasoning.

You can find it HERE to learn more.  Be sure to check out the preview to see everything that's included.

 


As always the first 3 people who comment on this post will receive a free copy.  I'm heading out for a bit but will check in later this evening and send a copy to the people who comment.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!!

9 comments:

  1. This looks great. I know my class would love it!

    Lori
    wrlean@aol.com

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  2. Looks fun!!! I love groundhog day!!! kjschultz5@windstream.net

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  3. Would have loved this! In case you change your mind:) rachelmd93@gmail.com

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  4. Thanks for wonderful post, with the help of this post,one can be easily enable their knowledge in the field of art and research paper writing with the help of this, groundhog day shadow writing. Willing to see such more piece of posts as this kind of posts will be really helpful to increase the knowledge and enlarge the students knowledge in all fields as per the students wish.

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