kids sit on desks. if you talk or miss a catch or give a bad pass, you are out and sit in your chair. last person still on desk wins.
maybe this will help...
thanks upsadaisy. for this lesson, i'm just looking for a quick picture book to intro the lesson, but i'll have to find that one for my collection
I'm doing a lesson building pyramids in math. I'd like to find a book about pyramids to read to students. Any ideas?
I liked this book...
Anybody using Raz-kids in the classroom? It is on reading a-z. You can get a subscription for your class and they have books to read at each...
If you join this chat group...you might be able to get frog and toad...
Check out this thread
henry and mudge
Ruth Stiles Gannett
My Father's Dragon
It is really hard. Keep at it though, because I was feeling exactly like you and I'm starting to turn around and even enjoy my class and students...
I sent you a private message.
I just purchased a lot of them. I'm embarrassed to say how many, but thanks for the heads up.
Thanks smalltowngal...I did try that, but couldn't' find it. It ends up I don't have it.
czacza...I wasn't at school.
I'm trying to figure out if I have the book Aaron's Hair by Robert Munsch. I ordered the Scholastic Munsch pack last year, but I can't remember if...
Anyone have any book response sheets that go with specific books. I need some worksheet-like things to leave for our required emergency sub plans.