We began our "How To" writing unit today. What better way to start than with a sweet treat? Oreos fit the bill. Everyone eats an Oreo cookie a little differently. After giving my kids a chance to show how they eat an Oreo, we talked about how we can teach someone else how to eat one. Why not write about it? I introduced "How To" writing and went over some of the important transition words which make reading and understanding easier. We will continue tomorrow with our planning and organizing sheet and then try to make a book. Can't wait!
|Just take a bite!|
|Or scrape it!|
|Quick anchor with transition words|
14 pages of planning pages and mini book pages.
Can't wait for the rest of the week!!
Hope you're having a great week!
I love this idea! We are just about to begin our How To Writing and I am so excited to add this into the lesson plans. Thanks for the freebie :)ReplyDelete
We have already done our how-to writing unit but I REALLY love this idea on introducing it. I am definitely pinning this to remember for teaching next year. Thanks for always sharing such fabulous ideas!!!ReplyDelete
For the Love of First Grade
Love this! We usually make toast or 'traffic light' sandwiches. Thanks for the new ideaReplyDelete
What a great idea! Thanks so much for sharing another of your wonderful ideas!ReplyDelete
All the best--
Sarah @ Hoots N' Hollers
YUMMY!!!! What a wonderful and tasty lesson!ReplyDelete
Thank you... can't wait to do this one! Another fabulous and creative lesson from a superstar teacher.ReplyDelete
Wow! I can't wait to try this out with my students. I know they are going to love it!ReplyDelete
You are so completely awesome! You help me to be a better teacher. Thanks so much.ReplyDelete