Sunday, March 18, 2012

Have you met Farmer Fran?

So report cards are finished but the paper work in addition to this is crazy. However, in the middle of all of this we are heading for the farm this week and I needed to make something for the kids to use when they got back from the trip. The text is simple enough and my students have already practiced it in a pocket chart. So now I needed to move on to a book for their literacy bag. This is available in my TpT store and I like the cut and paste format with kids adding in a few sight words. One word needs to be capitalized so we'll see how that rolls...
Do you need something like this for your farm unit or just because? Click here to grab it. EIEI-O!


applesandabcs said...

We are doing a farm unit starting next week too!!! I could use this!!



Camille said...

This is wonderful! My kinders are going to a farm in two weeks! THANK YOU!
An Open Door

Carrie and Christine said...

Fran, I love your mini-books! Our farm unit isn't until the fall, but will definitely remember this for next year. I like the cut-paste sight word idea, too. It gets the kids a little more involved int he reading! Love, love, love your blog!

C&C Teach First

Anonymous said...

love your farm book, I have one that I use in my own classroom for years that is almost the same, but not quite as fancy :)

School Sparks Renee said...

Fantastic! I love your approach to literacy for young kids - fun, engaging, and direct. The cut-and-paste sight words are a really great idea! The more children are exposed to them, the more quickly they add them to their repertoire, for sure.