I don’t know about you, but I love looking at pictures. Pictures capture moments in time and help us remember life events. I love these pictures of my sweet friends and family.
I also love seeing pictures of student work. There is nothing more gratifying than seeing our units being used in classrooms all over the world.
Thank you to all of you who have shared your photos with me by tagging me on Instagram.
I’ve shared a few of the most recent ones here.
Retelling the Snowy Day photo courtesy of apinchofkinder
Using the retelling pieces in the book center and checking the text to see if they are accurate.
photo courtesy of runteachlove
Visualizing Peter making a snowman and snow angels.
photo courtesy of thekindergarden
Making connections to the story.
photo courtesy of bmfar
photo courtesy of tuesdayswithjacob
Inferring: What do you think happened to Peter’s snowball?
student writing: Oh, no! I think it melted because it was in his pocket.
photo courtesy of averycuriousclass
We’ve started adding craft lessons to all of the units, and this one is one of my favorites!
Snowy Day craft selfies! These look great displayed with their snowy day connections.
photo courtesy of missjillybeanz
A sweet blog reader sent these pictures to me to show how she shrunk the craft patterns down and turned them into book covers. She stapled them to the front of all of their reading response pages to make a Snowy Day book. LOVE it!!
photo courtesy of Denise M.
In these units each week we cover a variety of comprehension skills.
Here’s a freebie to go with the book, The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats
You can click on the unit cover to download the freebie.
Notice that there are three different options.
Use the one that works best for you and your students.
Click on the cover to download the freebie.
These units are packed full of ELA learning fun!
If you want to view the January unit, click HERE
Tag! You’re it!!
If you are using a product of mine in your classroom, I would love to see your photos! You can tag me on Instagram or email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a great week!!
P.S. Thank you to my sweet friend, Deedee Wills for coming up with this idea and making me this adorable button! Love you, Deedee!