Persuasive Writing Unit of Study This free persuasive writing unit of study is designed to fit into your primary classroom writing workshop.
The Sense of Touch Mr. He got his sense of touch today! He is well loved and has quickly become a celebrity in our classroom. Here is an up close look at his hands: VERY simple and homemade.
Maybe that is what the children love about him.
That's what I am telling myself anyway- it is probably because they feel so sorry for the way he looks! I hot-glued different textures to each finger so the children could also feel them.
One of the first questions was, "Where are his feet? This was the day my camera decided to stop working. It was actually ok- because the activities are easy to explain. I just like adding some pictures to make it more fun!
I just used brown lunch bags, except for the ice and cooked spaghetti. I put a ziplock baggie inside the brown bag for those!
I always think I am going to get more sturdy bags for this, because the bags usually rip a little just from the children reaching inside. In my bags, I had: I took several of the bags around and the children reached in, and nodded when they thought they knew, so I could continue on.
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We only did about four at one sitting. They were so excited to do more, that we did a couple before buses were called.
I was sure to do the ice cubes early in the game. The were so good about reaching in and not peeking. I show them how I can peek in and know the answer, and it isn't even fun anymore! I had one student come up and put on a glove before he reached into the bag.
He couldn't tell the golf ball from the super ball because he didn't have his fingertips to help him feel. You can also use a sock for this.
We talked about how some things can change how they feel. We play a game where the children turn to a partner and draw a shape on the partner's back so the partner has to guess the shape.
We tried letters, but shapes work best. I told them they had to be sure to "erase" after they drew a shape and started a new one. They all loved that part! We did a quick interactive writing where we made a list of soft things like: We listed rough things.
My favorite rough thing was 'the blacktop' because one of my little guys just fell down on it outside! This is a different type of "feeling. Next, we will have our Five Senses Party!Providing educators and students access to the highest quality practices and resources in reading and language arts instruction.
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