Thursday, October 28, 2010

The Three Bears' Halloween

We read the story The Three Bears' Halloween by Kathy Duval.  We practiced telling the sequence of the story since that was our comprehension skill for the week.  We used candy corn to  remember that sequence means what happens first, next, and last in a story.  In this story, the bears go trick-or-treating first.  Next, they go in the witch's house.  Last, they run home.  Oh, and of course we go to eat a real candy corn so that we would "for sure" remember what sequence means.  And, to finish our activity we compared two stories...Goldilocks and the Three Bears and The Three Bear's Halloween.












4 comments:

  1. Did you make your text to text poster and is it laminated for repeated use? Too cute!

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  2. Yes, I made it...I bought the polka dot posterboard at wal-mart then added the text. It is laminated....I use it almost every week. :)

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  3. Love the candy corn sequencing idea! I was reading some of the kids' writing. Are they writing that on their own, or copying something you wrote?!

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  4. Where do you teach? I noticed the alabama and auburn shirts. I am from birmingham and now live in Louisiana. Great ideas!

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