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Happy Weekend!  It's my favorite part of the week, and that means it's time to link up for:


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Incorporating Math Into Morning Meeting

I do love checking out Checkiday every morning upon arrival at school to see what's on the calendar for obscure days.  Last week this holiday was on their web site so I used it to compose that day's Morning Message:





Celebrating Johnny Appleseed's Birthday ~ Directed Drawing Style!

September 26th is Johnny Appleseed's birthday.  Just in case you didn't know, he is also the State Folktale hero of Massachusetts.  To celebrate we completed these fun directed drawings:

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Directed-Drawing-Johnny-Appleseed-2769654

Click here or on the above picture to check out this free activity!


Introducing Story Elements

In Reading, we started learning about story elements, and of course, I reinforced the concept in our Morning Message:



Next week we'll continue on with problem, solution and main events.

I used this Pin to make my Morning Message:

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/321514860876861234/

Have a wonderful week ahead, and as always, thank you for visiting the blog today!






1 comment

  1. I know I sound like a broken record, but your morning messages are the BEST. I've been working on character traits, motivations, and character change with my class. My anchor charts seem to be multiplying in the night when I go home. I need to figure that out! Your creativity inspires me! Have a good week.
    J
    Laughter and Consistencyan

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