Grammar Tales: Pepperoni or Sausage? A Lesson About Conjunctions
Let's learn about conjunctions by reading "Pepperoni or Sausage - A Book About Conjunctions" by Cari Meister. We will also play an interactive conjunction game, watch a short School House Rock Video, and make a cool conjunction craft.
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Kindergarten-2nd US Grade Level
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35 minute class
In this lesson, learners will have fun listening to "Pepperoni or Sausage? A Book about Conjunctions" by Cari Meister. This story follows three kids - Arjun, Nora, and Ping - and how they use conjunctions to join up parts of their sentences while they make pizza. After the story, we will play an interactive conjunction game, where the students get to control the screen using their computer mouse or touch pad. Then we will watch the fun "Conjunction Junction" video by School House Rock and...
Students will improve their understanding of conjunctions. They will also be able to listen to a story and share conjunctions from the story. Students will get to practice using conjunctions during an interactive game. Finally, students will be able to write their own conjunctions in sentences for their craft.
1 file available upon enrollmentStudents will need the attached printable as well as scissors, glue or tape, and a pencil. Crayons and markers are optional.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental guidance is needed when we use scissors. Thank you!
We will be reading the book "Pepperoni or Sausage - A Book about Conjunctions" by Cari Meister. We will also be watching the School House Rock Video "Conjunction Junction" through kindu tv, so ads and unwanted commercials are removed.
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Hi! I'm Teacher Shannon! I have taught 2nd grade for 24 years. I've taught both Gifted and Regular Education. I was a substitute teacher for 2 years working with Early Childhood students as well as older elementary students. My passion is...