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Mermaid Storytime: 4 R': Reading, Remembering, Retelling, Recreating
Students will read How to Catch a Mermaid. We will remember the story by doing a 'picture walk,' retell the story, and recreate their favorite part. Using the 4 R's strategy will foster better understanding and retention of the story.
Jennifer Rose Hewes: Early Childhood Educator
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In today's story time, the students will read How to Catch a Mermaid, by Adam Wallace. After we read the story together, we will remember the story by doing a 'picture walk,' retell the story, and we will recreate their favorite part of the story with a Mermaid mask which will be provided. The students can put the mask on if they choose to pretend to be a Mermaid! Using the 4 R's strategy will foster better understanding and retention of the story. The 4 R's strategy is easy to use and can...
Students will learn the 4 R's strategy to help foster better understanding and retention of story books.
1 file available upon enrollmentA Mermaid mask is in the Class Files to print out and cut out/color prior to the class.
Evidence of their engagement in the class will be assessed by how the students were listening, participating, and sharing ideas.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Jennifer Rose Hewes: Early Childhood EducatorCertified Early Childhood Teacher: Kindergarten Teacher of 15 Years
206 total reviews
166 completed classes
Hello to All Parents! My name is Jennifer Rose and I have been a Kindergarten Teacher for the past 15 years in a private school in Massachusetts. Before I taught Kindergarten, I taught mixed aged classrooms consisting of grades 1/2 and 3/4 in...