Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Patterns for What If You Had Animal Teeth


Wow! I got such a great response from my activity! Click here if you missed it.
Thanks so much for all of your wonderful comments! I’ve assembled the patterns…now I didn’t make teeth for all the animals…just the ones I thought my students would like and the ones I could successfully make with my shape tools in Power Point .Smile I am not an artist. If anyone makes the other patterns, please share.

Click the picture to grab your copy! I hope your students have fun with this activity!

25 comments:

  1. I just received that book with my scholastic order. Thank you so much. Can't wait to do your activity!
    Maria
    First Grade Carousel

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  2. OH My Goodness what an adorable book! Thank you for sharing

    Alison

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  3. Thank you sooooooooooooo much!! I can't wait to buy the book & use these templates. :) Sarah

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  4. Thank you sooo much! This is great!

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  5. You are the BESTEST!!! My firsties will love this almost as much as I do!!
    Thanks again!
    Lisa

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  6. This looks GREAT!! I can't wait to use this activity when we work on our nonfiction pieces. Thanks for sharing.

    Laurie
    First Grade Lyons' Den

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  7. Too cute. Good way to begin opinion writing as my next major topic for writing is persuasion! Thanks for sharing.

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  8. I am an artist & I can make up the teeth you need! Is it narwhal, elephant, hippo & tiger? Am I missing one? I can make them up & send them to you. I LOVE this activity you created!! I recently bought the book at our school's Book Fair thinking I could use it in my teeth lessons. Then I came across your fantastic activity! Can't wait to do this with my kids!!

    ✿Sue✿
    Science for Kids Blog

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  9. Hey Sue! That would be wonderful! Thanks so much! Here are the teeth I was able to create using my shape tools: beaver, shark, naked mole rat, vampire bat, hippo, crocodile and the rattlesnake. The rattlesnake pattern wasn't the best. But the rest I couldn't quite get right. That wouls be great if you could make the rest. Thanks again!
    Yolanda

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    1. I'm almost finished, I'll send them to you, please send me your email - mine is science4@verizon.net, thanks!

      ✿Sue✿
      Science for Kids Blog

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    2. Finished! Just sent you the JPEGs, let me know if you received them!

      ✿Sue✿
      Science for Kids Blog

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  10. You are an absolute SWEETHEART for sharing this unit with us! I just purchased the book from scholastic and I can't wait to use your unit for the craftivity! My first graders will LOVE it!
    Thank you so much!
    Julie
    Ms. Marciniak's First Grade Critter Cafe

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  11. Thank you sooooo much for sharing this! It was just what I was looking for! :o)
    Faith
    Kindergarten Faith

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  12. Thanks so much for posting these patterns!! I work as a speech therapist and this is going to make for a very fun-filled session targeting attributes and descriptive words. Love!

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  13. Thank you so much for sharing! I can't wait to do this activity with my students!

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  14. Thank you so much!! Such an amazing activity and fun for the kids!!

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  15. Just found the patterns....thanks for sharing!

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  16. Is it possible to get these patterns? I clicked the picture and it's not working. Let me know if they are available somewhere, I tried looking on Teachers pay Teachers as well!! Thank you!!

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  17. I would love the patterns and writing page!! What a great idea?

    krstasiak@dcsdk12.org

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  18. thank you for your idea and job!

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