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Friday, April 10, 2020

Mother's Day...Literature, Paper Pencil, Distance Learning

This resource is devoted to celebrating Mom for Mother's Day using literature suggestions, word work, writing, math and crafts!!
This packet includes:
The perfect craft for the mom who "holds everything together"
A writing craft featuring mom
A flower gift for mom
An interview for mom with pre write and writing
Activities for writing about mom (mini books...are,can, have...what if)
Suggested stories for Guided Reading with reading responses
Mother's Day Mice...Recall
Five Minutes Peace...Text to Self
Moma Don't Allow...Problem identification
Fancy Nancy...Vocabulary and Definitions
Mom Poster
Vocabulary Cards for posting
Word Search
Word Scramble
ABC Order
Meet My Mom
This is a special way to add "mom" into your daily literature rotations. 





Just in time for Mother's Day...a resource for distance learning!!
These slides can be used as a PP slide show or  Slides perfect for Google Classroom or other online sharing for your students.
**Note:
The Distant Learning resources are meant to encourage lessons online. They are not editable and students cannot write on them.
Students use notebooks or paper pencil.
I have worked and worked to fix sharing the link but it continues to break down so the easiest way to get the programs:
1.Open you zip file
2.If you wish to use Google go to your Google Docs and upload the Slides.  These can then be put into Google Classroom.
3.If you are sending a Power Point presentation open the PP.
I use Google Classroom and in the note part welcome students and share what we are going to be doing today.  I include links to stories and videos about the topic.
It begins with an interview with mom and then encourages the student to write about their mom.
Next there is a Mother's Day story for them to read and they then answer recall questions using the text.
One slide focuses on adjectives.  Students put the adjectives in ABC Order and then decide which adjective best describes their mom.
My favorite is "imagine"...imagine your mom had a magic wand, had a day to herself, had a free vacation.  Students pick one and then write and illustrate what their mom would do.
The resource ends with a math game using a deck of cards for mom and student.  The game focuses on three card addition and the smallest sum.
So much fun!!






From the author and illustrator of HOW TO BABYSIT GRANDMA AND GRANDPA comes another delightful story by Reagan and Wildish...HOW TO RAISE A MOM!
It is perfect for enhancing creative thinking and writing "how to" pieces.
This packet is filled with activities to support comprehension, vocabulary, writing, and even a little mathematics.
Vocabulary for posting (colorful cards with pictures)
Writing...
Mom's favorites
Compare and contrast
An opinion page
A "how to" page
Writing final copy pages with differentiated levels of writing pages.
Comprehension...
Roll and discuss (a dice game focusing on comprehension)
Cause and Effect...It was...so what would happen?
Story Elements
Predict...did the children make their mom happy
Word Work...
Parts of Speech
ABC order
Black and White vocabulary cards to match the words (students can color and take home)
Roll and Read...have fun reading words loudly, softly, silly, slowly, quickly
Word Search
Morning Senses...smell, touch, taste, hear, see
What would mom like packed in her lunch
2 Mathematics Game





1 comment:

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