Turkey in Disguise Writing Activity Thank you for taking the time to stop by. Where has this book been through our teaching careers and how come no one told us about it?! All by myself!!
Can you see the little legs he drew on each of these? We hang these up on our bulletin board for the month of November. Teaching a room full of kindergarten kiddos with a squeaky voice has certainly been a trick and definitely not a treat!
The students make the turkey talk to share one of their turkey facts! And then we organize what we know in a functional way. This turkey is a football player for the Ravens!
We are working on a fun pack for our Teachers Pay Teachers store to share with all of you too! Thank you, Mrs. Can you believe we just discovered the book Turkey Trouble about a two weeks ago!!Some groups just matched a single word to each turkey and other groups had sentences of varying difficulty. This was our first time doing something like this, so we supported them a lot this time. Morris, for sharing this picture and your class with me! I love how cute these came out! May the force be with you as you tackle the rest of this week with all the craze of the full moon and Halloween! We included a little craft activity in our Engaging Readers as well! She is a cleaning lady. I hope that you are surviving the crazy week before Halloween festivities. After our small group activity, children worked independently at their table to assemble sentences about two more turkeys in disguise. The students make the turkey talk to share one of their turkey facts! The rolls are the BEST! Great job! For the last bit of creative turkey fun, the children were given a black and white clipart turkey and they were to help come up with a new disguise that would be the best one yet! We do a variety of activities with this poem and the students love it!
Great idea! I love how cute these came out!Here is a cute, cuddly rabbit turkey! Then we make a shift towards looking at informational texts. Here are some of the fun things we did today: Children were put into groups and given pictures of turkeys in disguise and sentences that they had to read and match to the correct turkey. And then we organize what we know in a functional way. This is a flag turkey! We also have a few related books that go with this center. Great job!