We have been working on inferring so I gave all the students a plastic Easter egg with a secret item inside. They were told to take a quick peek to see what it was and then write out three clues that would help their classmates infer what was inside! I started by giving the students an example.
After giving students a chance to check out their items, they quickly started writing out their clues. What a great exercise! They loved it!
I try not to do too much photocopying because its costly, but also because students need to learn spatial sense- they need to learn how to set up a chart, graphic organizer or a simple list.
After we all wrote out our clues, students read out clues to each other and the children had the opportunity to guess the mystery objects! Fun!
We also made cute bunny baskets. Take a peek!
|Super cute bunnies!|
This afternoon, we had fun reviewing Math concepts taught by Ms. Huot. Here is a cute pic of our community, Noun Town, and a bird's eye view of urban, suburban and rural communities.
|Bird's eye view|