Monday Made It – teaching fables and more!

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There’s lots of room for creativity in teaching.  Here are the issues I’ve been creating these days:

Here’s a enjoyable mission when finding out habitats.  I took a bit of butcher paper and painted a easy African savanna scene.  I had the scholars illustrate animals and add them to the scene in a spot the place they might mix it.  It was an important alternative to speak about camouflage and its goal within the animal world.

Animal camouflage mural

If you’ve adopted my different Monday Made It posts you already know I’m a card maker.  These are some Valentines I made just a few weeks in the past.

Here’s a freebie I made!  Teaching fables and folktales is particularly referred to within the Common Core requirements.  Here is an anchor chart to assist college students acknowledge the traits of fables.  Click on it to obtain a duplicate.

teaching fables, FREE fable characteristics anchor chart

This comes from a fable style examine packet with actions that work with any fable.  Click to test it out at my retailer.

teaching fables, fable genre study packet ($)

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Hannah Braun

Hannah Braun
Hannah Braun is a former instructor with eight years of expertise within the classroom and a grasp’s diploma in early childhood training. She designs participating, organized classroom resources for 1st-Third grade academics.