We have been learning about the differences of writing in first and third person. We charted out clue words that help us to identify. We then continued that author's can also write from different points of view. We read two versions of "Little Red Riding Hood". One is told in first person and the other is told in third person. It also demonstrates Red's version and the Wolf's version. I wanted to do a mini-lesson in writing from different points of view. I had the kids brainstorm things that they love and hate about spring. They wrote two paragraphs practicing the author's craft of "Show Don't Tell". My camera was acting weird and I was in a hurry Friday…I will add more examples.
|Spring Hate It and Love It|
Magnet Madness (Check out an older post)
I set up several stations on Friday that included:
different types of magnets
repel and attract