Friday, September 29, 2017

Let us Hear YOUR Dinosaur Roar

            This week in Miss Emily’s class, we read “Dinosaur Roar” by Paul and Henrietta Stickland. As a group we enjoyed this book’s creative images and illustrations. The rhythmic, rhyming text made for an engaging, fun collaborative and interactive group reading experience. The book presents a diverse variety of dinosaurs; some are grumpy, while some are happy, we met some dinosaurs in the book that were so small, while some were huge! We devoted some time to practicing our dinosaur roar, because how could we not with this book! I love dinosaurs and I loved how much fun our class had with them this week.



            We paired this dinosaur reading and group time with hard work on the creation of our own dinosaur tails and triceratops hats! We painted, drew, glittered and glued, which I’m sure you noticed on limbs or clothes.





   I am thankful for all of your kiddos and the unique contribution their distinct personalities bring to our class. If you have a family photo that you would like to contribute to our “with my family…” wall, we would welcome it! A few weeks into school we are all getting better with the routine and your students are thriving in their social learning, friendships and learning!




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