Saturday, February 18, 2012

Abe, Dinosaur Landforms and a Freebie

We focused hard on Abraham Lincoln this week in honor of his birthday and the upcoming President's Day holiday!  If you missed it, check out our Measuring Up to Abe activity.  We wrapped up our study yesterday and my kiddos got the chance to show what they have learned through writing.  We made these adorable Abraham Lincoln's from Amy Lemon's Presidential Pack.  You can get the packet for free here. {love her!}


My students also made these adorable dinosaur landforms pictures.  I found the idea on Pinterest of course!  Next week I think we will attempt some edible landforms practice...yum!


In other news, I posted a free cloze sentence game that I used about this time last year in kindergarten.  It is a space-themed small group or partner game that uses high frequency and CVC words to practice cloze sentences (fill in the blank).  Grab your copy for free by clicking any of the pictures.  I hope your sweetpeas enjoy it!



Freebie Fridays

6 comments:

  1. Love those Abe Lincolns! What a creative way of doing landforms. Never thought of that before-great job!
    Lori
    Conversations in Literacy

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  2. These are so cute! How creative! Thank you for the freebie!


    Laura
    llmartin305@gmail.com
    Peace, Love, and First Grade

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  3. Thank you so much for the freebie! I've got a second grader reading on a k level and the only things that interest him are bugs and space.

    Emily @ Second Grade Silliness 

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  4. I love the pictures with the land forms using a dinosaur!

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