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Pete the Cat Pajama Party: Read Aloud with Ms. Ashley
In this one time course, we will read Pete the Cat the Bedtime Blues by James Dean and we will talk about why it is important our bodies get sleep.
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Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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In this one time class, we are having a pajama party with Pete the Cat! We will start class by sharing our favorite part about bedtime, or what we don't like about bedtime. We will then discuss the importance of sleeping and resting our bodies! Students can then grab their blankets, stuffed animals, or loveys to have for the read aloud. I will be reading Pete the Cat and the Bedtime Blues and Pete the Cat and the Lost Tooth. After reading, we will discuss what happened in the first story and...
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Ashley ClappWelcome to my classroom, let's have fun learning!
9 total reviews
9 completed classes
Hi there! My name is Ashley and I'm a 2nd grade teacher in Maryland. I have my degree in Early Childhood and Special Education. I am very familiar teaching virtually. I love connecting what students are interested into the learning that is...