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Peek… sort of… of my week!

March 11 Deedee 1 min read
So do you have those weeks where you just. can’t. get. it. together?
(insert image of me HERE… ha!)
So this week I will give your pictorial Peek at my Week!
Sorry… it is, what it is (I struggle.)
Here we go!
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 I snapped some pictures of our writing station!  So many options!  They love it!
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 Our predictable sentences are good. to. go!
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 Our poem this week will help us learn about our heart, lungs, skeleton, and muscles.  We love singing and learning at the same time!
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 We love Koala Lou!
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Koala Lou by Mem Fox can be found HERE.


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 During our interactive writing activity we are REALLY working on making our letters correctly!  Thank goodness of correction tape!
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 Students are asked to write the “shared” sentence from above, then expand on the sentence to “tell more.”  Supporting students through shared writing experiences gives them the confidence to expand on their writing during writers workshop!
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There you have it.
Next week, I will return with my usual Peek at my Week… I promise!



  • Positively Learning March 11 at 8:14 am

    Interactive Writing is the bomb – I see so many lightbulbs go off when we're "sharing the pen" (marker). Love seeing your shared poetry in action – we're doing Your Body next week! Thanks for the inspiration with pictures, Jen

  • Mel - From the Pond March 11 at 8:27 am

    Love the photos! Thank you so much for letting us peek into your classroom each week 🙂 Love it so much!

  • Lee Ann Rasey March 11 at 10:51 pm

    I know exactly how you feel-I have a lot of weeks like that! I always enjoy seeing the photos of your activities. I have your writing stations and have recently put out 2 choices: write a story or make a card. The kiddos are spending all of the center time coloring the picture on the front of the card and never writing anything in it. Do you have this situation, and if so, how do you handle it?

  • Joanne Trumbull March 11 at 11:52 pm

    That happens to me too – the coloring part that is. Interested to know how you move them more to the writing part.

  • Brandie March 12 at 1:22 am

    I am wondering when you will be releasing the book titles from the April Guiding Readers unit? I also have the coloring during writing center problem…along with wasting lots of paper! I would love some suggestions too!!

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