Thursday, February 24, 2011

The Lady in the Moon and Word Work

Our Reading Street Story next week is The Lady in the Moon. Here’s the pack I’m going to use and a word sort the students will complete as a Work on Words choice.

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The Lady in the Moon Pack -

 

 


Ie Ight Sort -

 

TGIF!!!!

Ms. A


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6 comments:

  1. Mrs. Arnold,
    I absolutely love the packets you have made for Reading Street. I am always looking for fresh practical ideas for my first graders. I feel like I have hit the jackpot with your blog. I would love any other RS packets you make. I saw in one of your posts that you talked about a "Mister Bones" packet. I can not seem to locate that one. Could you point me in the right direction to find that. Happy Friday tomorrow. Mrs. Parce

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  2. Hey Mrs. Parce,
    Here is the link to the Mister Bones post...I only have the ones I've done so far...but maybe this summer I'll complete packs for the first units.

    http://oceansoffirstgradefun.blogspot.com/2011/02/mister-bones.html

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  3. Thanks so much for the quick reply. I downloaded it. I am not as far as you are. We did Mama's Birthday this week. The kids loved the best present ever writing activity and the ______'s _______ where they drew a toy, book, or game. That really helped cement the possessive skill. Thanks again! Mrs. Parce (in snowy, cold South Dakota). :0)

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  4. Do you have a word work for Peter's Chair?

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  5. Yes and here's the direct link to that post on my blog.
    Ms. A
    http://oceansoffirstgradefun.blogspot.com/2011/03/peters-chair.html

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  6. Hey,

    I love your packets and I know I dl some last year. In my move I must have missed placed a few of them. I know I was able to dl them last year but now I can't seem to dl them without a memebership. Did we have to have a memembership last year and I just don't remember? Let me know if I am doing something wrong please.

    Knmorgan@gmail.com

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