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We started learning about Friendly Letters this week in writing. Boy, do I love teaching letters! Well, here it is in action.
They love adding the motions to go along with it Hey, whatever it takes to get them smiling and having fun while learning, right? Didn't they turn out ah-dorable?? And, they're such a great resource I already see students pulling them out to help them when writing letters!
In math, we began our Place Value Unit by learning how to represent numbers with base ten blocks and drawings. We started out by using food - that always gets them interested, right?!
Cheez-its were our hundreds, pretzel sticks were our tens, and Cheerios were our ones.
In reading, we wrapped up our Mysteries Unit by solving our real-life classroom mystery of " Who Borrowed Mr. One of our favorite activities was the "Life Cycle Relay! Much tougher than it sounds on a windy day! Leg 2 of the relay - The Larva Stage - students crawled like caterpillars!
Leg 3 of the relay - The Pupa Stage - students wrapped themselves in a chrysalis climbed inside of a pillowcase and hopped. Leg 4 of the relay - The Adult Sage - students flapped their wings arms and flew ran as fast as they could! Students and staff were asked to dress representing their favorite decade.
We had everything from the 20s to the 80s! Go ahead and link up so we can see what's been happening in your classroom!Helping students understand the differences between formal and informal correspondence via email or letter is an important step toward helping them master differences in register required for writing in English.
These exercises focus on understanding the type of language that is used in an informal letter by contrasting it with formal communications. Practice writing a friendly letter with, a date, salutation, body, and closing.
Most of the worksheets on this page align with the Common Core Standards. To see CCSS connections, simply click . Writing an Introduction Letter to Teacher (with Sample) Use this sample introduction letter to teacher as a template for your formal introduction letter.
Everyone wants to be on the teacher’s good side, and rather than an apple, a letter may be the way to do it.
Write simple friendly letters, messages, and directions for making or doing something, considering a given audience 3 Write effectively in various forms and types of writing E. Audience and Purpose. Friendly Letter Sample Any Street (Your street address) My Town, OH (City, State ZIP) July 12, (Current Date) Dear John, (Notice the use of a comma after the greeting) Introductory Paragraph: Use this paragraph to explain your purpose for writing.
"Write-a-Letter- To-the-Teacher" Book Report Subjects Arts & Humanities --Language Arts --Literature Grade K-2 Brief Description Combine writing a book report with writing a friendly letter. Objectives Students will learn to write (or practice writing) a friendly letter.
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We started learning about Friendly Letters this week in writing. Boy, do I love teaching letters! Remember the Friendly Letter Chant Freebie I posted this summer? Well, here it is in action. Dear Teacher, I want you to understand, as much as I wish it were, this letter is not addressed to every teacher I have ever had. This letter is addressed to you: the teacher who stood out in front of them all. The good news is that you can write a teacher resignation letter that promotes goodwill, while sharing your concerns and recommendations for changes, if needed. The following are resignation letter examples for teachers.