Week in Review: 03/27/2015

Old School Speech

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me of the week:  Easter

5 Minute Day:
Instead of using this as a "bump", the students rolled 2 dice after saying their targets, added the dots, and put a chip on the number of dots they rolled. (From the **Freebie**Easter Board Games Pack by Sweet Integrations)

School –Aged Language:
When I asked one of my students if he knew any jokes, he proceeded to tell me one...the whole thing. There was no waiting to see if I knew the answer, he just barreled right into the answer. I was planning on using  Joke Dominoes (Old School Speech...that's me!!), which was perfect for this student . I also used it with a fluency student. Another language student explained the multiple meaning words that are included.
Some other students used my Bunny Grammar Dice (Lessonpix). The picture below shows a student who rolled each cube, then wrote his sentence. I wrote his sentence on a page protector, and he decided if the sentence was grammatically correct, and, if not, what he needed to do to make it correct. I didn't have him correct anything on his sheet; he took it home for homework.
In addition to Joke Dominoes, my older language students are getting ready for state testing. This week, I had them read a passage (slowly), then read & answer the questions. Following that, they went back through the passage and found the clues for the answers. Hopefully (fingers crossed!) this will help them when it comes time to take the test "for real".

Game Day:
Bunny Hop (another game from the **Freebie**Easter Board Games Pack by Sweet Integrations) was a hit during "Game Day"! The game includes jelly beans to cut out, but I used real jelly beans. When a student landed on a jelly bean, I gave him a real one to put in his snack bag. As always, his direction was to put the bag in his backpack until he gets home.
I just didn't have my act together enough to get a craftivity together for my little one, so I pulled out a page from my No Prep Bunny Daub/Homework. After she said each word, she daubed the bunny's belly. She took the sheet home to work on.
I also used this for homework for most of my other kids.

What did you do this week, or what do you have planned for next week? 

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