27 Jan 2014

A Class Book

For some reason I don't make many class books with my kids. I'm not sure why because I think it's a fabulous way to engage the kids and to teach them the craft of writing. Tammy, from Forever In First, is a class book master. Every time I read about one of her books I promise myself that THIS time my class will make one.

Well, guess what, Tammy? We FINALLY did it:)

A couple of months ago we read this book (recommended to me by Sandi from rubber boots and elf shoes):


Everyone loved the story so we decided to write our own version. Here it is. Enjoy!






















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9 comments:

  1. Love it! What a wonderful story your kiddos came up with! :)

    NotJustChild'sPlay

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  2. That is just awesome! I could almost here the children's voices as I read it. Maria

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  3. Oh my goodness... what a darling class book and WONDERFUL illustrations. You are Grade ONEderful. Thanks for sharing.
    Cindy
    Granny Goes to School

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  4. That's a GOOD story. I love it! I have to do more of that too. What's wrong with us? It works and it's good for kids. Let's make a plan to make more!

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  5. So fun! I haven't done a class book in forever. Reading this was inspiring. Hmmmm, where to fit it in... gotta work on that. :)

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  6. Very cool book Mrs. Leyne. You have some fine illustrators in your room.

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  7. That is a very cozy-warm story!! Very cool!

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  8. Oh! and excellent tale!!! I'll bet you and the kids had a great time with that!! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Yea Barb! And I suppose the kids are practically fighting over it?! Thanks for the shout out. :)
    ❀ Tammy
    Forever in First

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