They came out cute! Use them to point out even or odd numbers on a homemade number line. Click here for her directions on measuring the digestive track she did with her 5th grade kiddos.
When you hold it up to the light, you can see the bones inside. What will he do next time? Skeleton dance— We found this great skeleton that is about 3 feet tall at DollarTree. A trip to Dollar tree for a few basics can really make this unit exciting. I always share that I eat peanut butter to make my hiccups go away.
On the other side of the paper, we planned. Bones to help us with our labeling: You can click HERE to get the post. I led them to the graphic organizer.
Then my friend Heather showed me what she has done with her kids in the past - they traced out the Heart, Lungs, Stomache, and Intestine You can cut apart the transparencies and place them in order over the animal pictures to make a book.
Skeleton themed snack idea: Though it is a lighthearted book, it opens up a lot of opportunity for Science study- be it learning about bones or delving deeper into what causes hiccups and what cures them.
Print out a simple skeleton outline and have your child label basic parts, skull, arms, ribs, legs. Mold contains 6 designs, 20 cavities. Have your child mark each one off as they find them in the book.
I took this picture forever ago and it has been making the rounds on Pinterest. There are over bones living and growing inside you that make up your skeleton. Mirror X-Ray If you have one of those tall housekeeping mirrors, you can project a skeleton onto it and trace it with a dry-erase marker.
I have lots of Bobs and Franks. I give the students black paper and Q-Tips that are full and cut in half.Skeleton wakes up with the hiccups.
Hic, hic, hic! His friend Ghost suggests several ways Skeleton should try to get rid of them. Finally Ghost has an idea — and he scares those hiccups right out of Skeleton.
Children everywhere will delight in Skeleton's struggle against a bout of hiccups. Full color. For a little reader’s response fun, we read this book SO darling!
And then we got to problem solving. The kids had to write using the prompt, “I would get rid of a skeleton’s hiccups by ”. Their answers were pretty dang cute! I drew the skeleton face & hips and had a mom cut them [ ].
I also found a skeleton head printable that you could use.
Here is the writing extension we do as well. They always have the most bizarre ways to get rid of hiccups. Life-Size Skeleton Use the overhead projector to enlarge a skeleton blackline to average kindergarten child-size.
Trace it on white poster board, cut it apart and write a capital and lower case letter on the joints that match. This The 5 W's Lesson Plan is suitable for 2nd - 3rd Grade. Examine how to answer who, what, when, where, and why when reading text. Young writers listen to the story Skeleton Hiccups, and as a class answer and discuss the five W's.
Oct 08, · First try to get rid of the hiccups 2. Second try to get rid of the hiccups 3. The Bleakest Moment: Or 3rd try, but the strangest one! Help: Who has the idea to help him? Lesson or Decision: What does he do to finally cure the hiccups? Resolution: What will he do next time?
Next, they had to turn it into a story.Download