Friday, August 12, 2011

The Little Class That Could....

This book is one of my favorites!!  It has been since I was a little girl and my mom would read it to me.  I of course have to read it to my firsties.  I used to have them just write a sentence saying I can ___ on regular paper and would bind it into a book.  I'm trying to get a little more "cutesy" with things I do in the classroom (thanks to all the wonderful blogs I have seen).  Here is my latest creation....The Little Class that could.  Each student will get a piece of the writing paper to color and to finish the sentence with something they can do.  Then use the cover sheet to bind into a class book for later use.  (I would laminate the pages---but sheet protectors work ohhh so nicely.)  Would love some comments and followers if you download! :) 

3 comments:

  1. This is great! My 1st grade team has always done something similar. We create a BIG "train" out of the kids papers in the hallway instead of binding into a book. Our papers are small (half sheet) and say I think I can.... Then the kids glue them to construction paper and cut out wheels. Love your paper though:)

    ReplyDelete
  2. OH my gosh! How cute is this! I have the kiddos make "I can" books every year and I have never thought about using this book for it. I LOVE being inspired by other great teachers like you! Thanks for sharing, it will be part of our writer's workshop this year!!!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I'm your newest follower! Love your blog!! :)

    Hadar
    Miss Kindergarten

    ReplyDelete

First Grade and Fabulous

Total Pageviews