Spork

Today we read the book titled Spork. We continued to discuss the importance of bucket filling. We talked about Spork’s feelings and we discussed how we can make everyone feel welcome.

We are also working on responding to our read alouds. Students draw a picture and write about the book that was read aloud. Some students are working on matching their picture to the book that was read aloud. Some students are writing an initial sound to represent their thinking and others are writing full sentences.

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About mrsharrisonlsps

I'm a Kindergarten teacher who is running a Full Day Early Learning Kindergarten Program. I am an Apple Distinguished Educator and a Discovery Educator Star.
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4 Responses to Spork

  1. Mrs.Sanders says:

    It is truly amazing to see how far all the children have come in just a month! I am so proud of them all 🙂

  2. Shirin says:

    I love what they do and how much they learn! It is so existing and interesting what next. Thank you to Mrs. Harrison and Mrs. Sanders!

  3. Miriam says:

    Spork is a great read aloud. It supports critical literacy. It helps the reader/listener realize that being different is not a bad thing… In fact, being different is being unique. it can be something to celebrate ! Spork’s message is that everyone has a place. We all belong. It is an important message to share and discuss.

    • Miriam says:

      Spork is a great read aloud. It supports critical literacy. It helps the reader/listener realize that being different is not a bad thing… In fact, being different is being unique. it can be something to celebrate ! Spork’s message is that everyone has a place. We all belong. It is an important message to share and discuss.

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