Sunday, September 11, 2011

Where do readers read?

I was planning a reading mini-lesson about where readers read when I saw this on Pinterest:


It's from A Place Called Kindergarten.
She has the download available for free on her blog!

So, I used her idea to read "I Can Read with My Eyes Shut" by Dr. Seuss and have the students illustrate themselves reading somewhere special.  It was a great lesson and I love how creative some of my kiddos got with the assignment!  Here's what it looks like in my room:


--Mrs. Pollard

6 comments:

  1. I am loving this.....gonna have to "copy/borrow" and do this with my 4th graders:))) Thanks for the idea...really love the circle map. Our district is huge into using Thinking Maps.

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  3. I used your mini lesson today and the kids loved it. I blogged about it and plugged your bloggy:) Thanks for the idea:)

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  5. Thanks for the shout out! I am so excited that you used this activity:)

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