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Read, Write, and Create: Dogs and Letter Writing
Students will listen to a book reading about a dog looking for a home, create their favorite dog, and learn how to write a letter!
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In this multi-curricular class, students will hear a selected reading about a dog trying to find his forever family through the form of letters. The story-time will followed by a short discussion on what should be included when writing a letter. While students decide who they would like write a letter, they will be guided through a craft where they can create their favorite dog! To finish the class, students will discuss possible themes for letters (informative, inquisitive, responsive, etc.)...
Students will be able to: - Observe characteristics of letters/their form - Create a cute craft - Write a letter according to age/ability
I have been privileged to see how integrating multiple areas of study enhance student learning and can’t wait to implement this technique in class! I have worked with many students on reading comprehension, crafting, and writing abilities and am ready to share my knowledge with your child!
Toilet paper roll (or other cardboard cylinder) Construction paper Markers Google-y Eyes (optional) String/yarn (optional) Sequins (optional) Scissors Glue stick Tape Pencil Blank or lined paper Envelope/stamp (optional)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Paige MaguireElementary Education & French
145 total reviews
119 completed classes
I am a current university student studying Elementary Education and French at Calvin University in Michigan. I am passionate about helping improve literacy in students by strengthening their reading and writing capabilities and love to help...