This week you will enjoy listening to and watching "Happy Birthday Moon." Have fun as you make a night sky and fill the ground with birthday presents, retell the story using picture cards you have colored, pretend you are Bear asking questions, and so much more. You will learn about asking sentences (questions) and practice writing them as well as enjoy a game or two about questions. You will also learn the sight words "myself, never, and only." In addition, you will write questions in your All About Me Book. The unit is meant to last one week, depending on how often you teach language arts.
|Happy Birthday Moon||(no rating)|
You and your child will enjoy listening to and watching this video of "Happy Birthday Moon."
|Tell the Story||(no rating)|
In this fun activity, your child will retell the story using picture cards he or she has colored.
|The Night Moon and Birthday Presents||(no rating)|
In this activity, you will create a night scene with presents for the moon.
|Writing Questions||(no rating)|
Questions ask something. Pretend you are Bear and think of questions you would like to ask Moon.
|Find the Moon and Stars||(no rating)|
In this activity, you and your child will observe the night sky and also make a star tube.
|Sight Words||(no rating)|
You will be introduced to the sight words "myself, never, and only."
|Flashlight Words||(no rating)|
Light up your learning with a little flashlight fun as you practice your sight words.
|What Does a Question Mark Look Like||(no rating)|
This page will show you what a question mark looks like.
|What is a Question Mark||(no rating)|
This page describes what a question mark is and how to use it correctly.
|Teach Question Marks||(no rating)|
This page will help you understand how to use the question mark correctly.
|All About Me||(no rating)|
This week you will write question sentences in your All About Me book.
|Question Worksheet||(no rating)|
It's time to practice using question marks.
|Question Mark Game 1||(no rating)|
Help Zed drag the tools to his shed by placing a question mark at the end of the correct sentence.
|Color the Birthday Cake||(no rating)|
Color this birthday cake for Bear and Moon. Write question sentences on the back.
|Unscramble the Question||(no rating)|
Have fun as you unscramble the sentence and put it back in the correct order. Don't forget to add the question mark at the end of each sentence!
|Cookie Questions Praire Dawn||(no rating)|
Cookie Monster knows the way to learn things is by asking questions.
List of any helpful books, games, toys, kits, lapbooks, curriculum, etc., that may be purchased to enhance the learning experience: