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Roll a Monster and Flashlight Fun! Wednesday, October 30, Havin' a 1 day sale!! Pop over to my TPT shop for some treats: Thank you Krista for the adorbs banner I have a fun late activity to share with you: A few posts ago I talked about our descriptive writing. Well, this is another activity and I put my own little spin on it.
We started with this. I put it up on my ELMO and gave everybody dice. I covered each column so they didn't get ahead of me or themselves. They rolled and drew, then I uncovered the next column and so on until they were done with their monster.
I don't have a copy of this on my computer but if you want to do it, you could maybe do a screen shot and save it????? It may already be out there in Pinterest land The monsters turned out super cute This time instead of writing a little card with the monster description on it, I turned it into a writing prompt and had them write about the monster under their bed: The stories turned out really cute and they need practice with narratives so we killed a few birds with one stone: This one cracks me up What a monster name: Love the creativity of some of my kiddos: Joanne blogged a few weeks ago link here about Flashlight Friday and it got my attention.
Well, I'm glad it did. I ran right out and got a class set of little flashlights for my kids from the Dollar Tree. So last Friday was our first Flashlight Friday I put a sign on the door that morning that said "Are you ready for Flashlight Friday? Is that cool or what? They didn't make a peep! It was the neatest: Can't wait to do it again this Friday!
Thanks Joanne for sharing this wonderful idea:Watch 3rd grade classrooms use technology in a fun descriptive writing lesson plan.
This lesson plan focuses students attention on the importance of details. Every student in Ms. Montgomerys class draws a picture of a monster and then writes a descriptive paragraph about it. Ms. Hoover then connects this class with another via video conference.
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