Fabulous Five For Friday - on Monday! Anchors Away - on time!


 It is Monday which means that I'm quite late to link-up for:



 A while back Deb, the blogger behind Crafting Connections offered very generously to let me try out one of her craftivities.  This craftivity was about the four types of sentences.  At long last, I got around to finishing it up.  Here are some examples:





 This sentence craftivity is a perfect activity for the end of the year because it's a great review, and it is fun and educational.  Here's a link to the product on TPT:  Types of Sentences Craftivity.

Plus, please check out all of Deb's craftivities - they're all amazing and creative!

Also, thanks to Deb for letting me try out this craftivity!







Each third grade student received a Bonnie cabbage plant.  Here is how Morgan's plant is coming along:



I'm glad to see how one of these plants is doing, and this plant looks great!




We learned more about the metric system!  We have learned about meter, litre and grams!  Since I'm so late, and it's Monday, I can also link up with Deb for:



We're really learning about the metric system!

We had our chapter test on plants, and the kids did great!




I saved the BEST news for last!  I got an award!  I was nominated by Ava's family.  Here's the letter:



Wow!  I feel so honored.  Ava and her family even gave me flowers!  Here's a picture of Ava and me - taken by Ava's Mom:


Thank you for the award and the flowers!  

Have a wonderful week!

2 comments

  1. First of all, congratulations on your award!! I love your anchor chart. I especially like how you link the L in liquid to the L in liter, and the G in weight to the G in gram! I think I could have used that when I was younger- I always got confused by them! It looks like your students did a great job on the Tshirt craftivity! I hope they enjoyed it! Thank you for linking up!!

    Deb

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  2. I just LOVE the award your student's family presented to you! It's things like this that just make you forget all the paperwork, long hours, and time away from family that teachers put in. Ah, Deb's craftivities! Aren't they FANTASTIC! Even my eighth grade English students loved them. I'm planning on using the one you showcased here with my fifth graders during the first week of school as a review. Your kiddos' work turned out great!

    Angela

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