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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! :) 


  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:)

  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!!!

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

    Miss Kindergarten


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