5 Flashback Friday


I am linking up with Amanda at Teaching Maddeness for her Flashback Friday linky and Kacey at Doodle Bugs Teaching for her 5 for Friday linky. Click on the pictures to head over to their blogs to find out about their weeks.





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I got this idea from Catherine at The Brown Bag Teacher.
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Head to http://artipelagoteacher.blogspot.ca/2013/01/bad-hair-day.html for drawing directions.


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You really need to check this giveaway out - I love, love, love her Lesson Planner!!! Click on the picture to head over to Megan's awesome blog - I linked it to today's post which I found super helpful - but you can still get to the giveaway from that post.

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12 comments

  1. I love the crazy hair inferences idea! I have a few students who just do not understand that information isn't always told in a text. This will be perfect for next week when I connect this with the book Aaron's hair by Robert Munsch!!! Thanks for sharing!

    Kristi
    Lucky in Learning

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  2. The crazy hair is too cute! Thanks for sharing your idea. My kids will love it!

    Tammi
    The Balanced Classroom

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  3. I'll bet your kids loved doing the crazy hair artwork. Looks like fun. Thanks for sharing.

    School Is a Happy Place

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  4. LOVE the crazy hair art!! Looks like a fun activity!

    :) Tamra and Sarah
    First Grade Buddies

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  5. I LOVE the crazy hair art inferences! Awesome!! :)
    Creating Lifelong Learners

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  6. Those crazy hair pics are too cool! I also like hearing that I am not the only one who has to prompt, prompt, prompt to get responses about topics they should know!

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  7. That art work is too much! LOVE it!

    Sarah
    MissKinBK

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  8. Cute art work! I following you on FB now,too.

    Kristin
    Teachntex

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  9. I really like the part of the book talk that says "pick a quote". I think that really makes the students take time and study the text. Very nice

    matt
    Digital: Divide & Conquer

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  10. Man, what a busy week you had! I'm loving everything...the earth day writing with cute coffee filter earths, the crazy hair inference activity, your anchor charts for book talk and fractions (mine had to be prompted for "equal parts", too...don't worry...they will get it!). Have a restful weekend! You deserve it :)

    Elizabeth

    Fun in Room 4B

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  11. I like the idea about the hair picture for inferences. What a fun way to work on inferences. Thanks for sharing the giveaways! I just entered!

    Amy
    Eclectic Educating

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  12. Your crazy hair kids look GREAT! Using inferences along with the project--BRILLIANT! That is just great. As I said on my blog, this year I used that project as a quickie for early finishers, but I think I'm going to have to extend it next year and add your inference writing piece. So cool! Thanks for the link--I'm getting a lot of traffic from your blog! :)

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