This is absolutely one of my favorite writing activities to do throughout the year!! Afterwards, I gave each student a bubble map and asked them to imagine they actually found Santa You can grab your free copy here.
Lastly, I have one more freebie for you! When the students get this sheet, they color all of the boxes in each row a different color.
At this point in the year, the kids know what to expect when we begin the writing process and are really beginning to enjoy it.
Again, they met with their partners to read it aloud. One of the ways my students like best is our Sight Word Scramble. Just click on over to my TpT store!
Wednesday, December 5, If Santa was stuck in my chimney I took a few quick responses and then asked the students to quietly write or draw their own plan.
On Monday, we began by discussing Santa and what we know about him. This sheet is where I type the words to be used in the sentences.
Together we wrote the topic sentence and conclusion. In the spirit of protecting our natural resources, I fit 4 on a page. On Tuesday, we turned these ideas into sentences. Each sentence I make up has 6 words or less. This helps them know which words go in which sentence after they cut everything apart.
Although we have not finished our paragraphs yet, I predict they will be absolutely outstanding! Have a great rest of the week! Also, I just finished up my holiday centers. If you would like a copy of this activity, you can get one for free!
Today we revised our sentences. I always have the students help me revise my paragraph first one sentence at a time and they allow them to work on theirs.
The students were more than willing to tell me stories about what he has brought to them in the past. Here are a few finished copies Then they unscramble, glue and illustrate.
In my class, we practice our sight words constantly. What would they do?! I really wanted to see how creative they could be. What kind of teacher would I be if I left that out??
Then they got with their shoulder partners to read everything out loud.Oct 09, · Paul Evans' Christmas song, "Santa's Stuck Up In The Chimney". Animation created by Llyn Hunter. Written by Paul Evans and Paul Parnes. Dec 02, · Then the kids got busy and made their own "Santa's Stuck." This year we added a speech bubble coming from the chimney (You have to read the book to get it!).
Dec 05, · If Santa was stuck in my chimney This is absolutely one of my favorite writing activities to do throughout the year!! At this point in the year, the kids know what to expect when we begin the writing process and are really beginning to enjoy it.
When Santa Got Stuck Up The Chimney. by Matt Bird MSci (Hons) AMRSC. Rated: Santa – has got himself stuck up a chimney trying to break into a bank vault.” mint-body.com, its affiliates and syndicates have been granted non-exclusive rights to display this work.
A Construction Counting Rhyme, Santa's Stuck, and many other beloved children's titles. Henry Cole has written and illustrated a dozen books and has illustrated dozens more! Some of his titles include Eddie the Bully, Tubby the Tuba (by Paul Tripp) and Little Bo in London (by Julie Andrews Edwards)/5(62).
The New Yorker Magazine Cover Santa Stuck in Chimney Holiday Cards (Box of 8) by The New Yorker. Jimmy Boyd Santa Got Stuck in the Chimney RECORD SLEEVE ONLY s. by The Jumping Frog. the Low Ankle is the Brick Chimney and the upper Ankle is Stuck Santa Santa's Stuck Sep 14, by Rhonda Gowler Greene and .Download