Week of 3-23-15:
We read the original version of the Three Little Pigs; I brought a brick, some straw, and sticks for them to touch/see. (They liked that.)
I had them help read/say different parts to keep attention, but all in all, they don't tire of the story.
Week of 3-30-15; We read the "Three Pigs".
We discussed things that were different about this book such as:
a real picture/non-fiction vs. cartoon/fiction picture on the front.
This book was definitely different because of how the pigs "left the story" to get away from the wolf.
4-17-15; K's and 1st: Three LIttle Pigs: Day 3
This time we read, "Wait No Paint!" (3 LIttle Pigs). They loved it!
They also did the vocabulary sheet with the lessons.
(They are eager to check the books out as well that we read).
4-20-15; Amanda Pig; I read part of the Amanda/Lollipop friend book.
They liked it. We voted on which book we liked best so far of the 3 Pigs. Koller's class voted "Wait, No Paint!", and Becker's class voted , "The Three Pigs". I created my own template for them to write what they knew about pigs. (The one on the website is linked to something else). They could tell me lots of things about pigs.
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