Thursday, September 29, 2016

If you give a dog a donut.

Who doesn't love a donut?
This adorable story goes beyond the donut though as the boy and the dog go on a number of adventures.

There are activities for story elements, sequencing, cause and effect, and fact or fiction.

Word work is included and colorful vocabulary cards for posting.
ABC order, making words compound words, word search

I love that you give a student a donut.
What will happen?
We made our own donuts using canned biscuits in the refrigerator section and an electric frying pan.
We heated oil in the frying pan.  Poked a hole in the biscuit, and dropped it in.
Cook, flip, and lay on paper towel to soak up oil.
In paper bags have powdered sugar or cinnamon sugar.
FROST if like.

Students created stories and wrote how they thought you could make a kite.
There are several on You Tube.
There is also sensory writing and sequencing.

And I love the craft.
Perfect for bulletin board and  paper topper.
Students can create a class book about If You Give A Dog a Donut.
Math is also included with subtraction to 12.

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