September 11, 2012

Dog Gone GOOD Activities

What a FUN week we had at school with the letter Dd and the book, If You Give a Dog a Donut. 
Here is a peek...

We did some creative writing, a dog art project, we also went on a Dd letter hunt in the room.
We listened to the book, made donuts (yummy!), and created and read donut words.

I created these cute labels to send home to my parents as a prompt to get their little learners talking.
 (I have learned that students always say, "I didn't do anything at school today." This way parents can ask them a direct question and remind the student of something we did.)
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here is the pack on TpT, here on TN
Have you ever made donuts with your children at school? 
WAY fun and easy with the mini donut maker.)
It was a Christmas gift this past year.

What if your favorite letter Dd activity?

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  1. I absolutely LOVE the idea of sending home labels that give parents information about "happenings" in the classroom. I am sure this totally changes the "What did you do in school today?" conversation. Brilliant!!!!

    Granny Goes to School

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