Sticker Spelling Scoot
Sneaky E Puppets
First Grade Wow! We took a brown paper bag, glued on a brown "hat", a mustache, a nose, glued googly eyes onto a little "mask" and glued it down, and then a big red e on the front. Then they wrote some sneaky e words on their puppet with crayons! I love this because the e is in disguise! The students loved this activity, and I heard from parents they were talking about the sneaky e at home, too!
This month, we've really been hitting the addition facts hard in math! I set the math book aside for a bit to teach the students the addition facts, with my goal being memorization. We've spent about a week and a half on the twos and threes, individually. I've tried to give at least one study tool for each set, to have them take home and practice. The one above is for the two facts. We folded a half sheet of paper in half, and cut the top half into strips. (How many times can I say half in a sentence!! :) We wrote the problems on the top, and the answers on the inside. This makes practice easy, and it's all in one place!
So there is a little peek into my classroom at Hope! I'm hoping to be more consistent with blog posts, but life gets busy and keeps on moving! I can't believe I have less than 40 days until I fly home for Christmas!!
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Much Love, Allie