Thursday, January 26, 2012

Making Inferences with Tooth Trouble

Tooth Trouble  is an adorable book that the kids LOVE!
We read the book and made inferences about Wilbur. 


Next, we used our inferencing skills to answer the question, 
Why do you think Wilbur changed his mind about going to the dentist?


Because his grandpa's teeth were all broken.


He does not want to look like Grandpa.


Wilbur changed his mind because he saw his grandpa's tooth.


Because his tooth hurt.


Because he did not want his tooth to fall out.

Kindergarten writing is so adorable!  When I look at their writing I am so proud of how far they've come with stretching words and writing complete sentences.  Just three months ago we were still just doing labeling!  
Kindergarten is a year full of amazing growth.  I LOVE it!  

Here are my missing lesson plans for Thursday and Friday of last week. 
I will post this week's Polar Bear plans this weekend.  

The above lesson is included in the Arctic Animals unit.  



Tomorrow is Friday y'all!  Have a fabulous day with your little sweeties!

21 comments:

  1. Pinning this for dental health week in Feb. LOVE LOVE LOVE!
    Erin
    Eberhart’s Explorers

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    1. Thank you so much Erin! so glad you like it! :)

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  2. Your kiddos did an excellent job inferencing! I haven't heard of Tooth Trouble before but will be on the lookout for it. Thank you for sharing your lesson plans. It is so very much appreciated!

    Kayla
    Primary Junction

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  3. Kayla, You can get it on Amazon or through Scholastic. It is an adorable book!

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  4. I have this! This is such a great activity to go along with it. TFS

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  5. Such cute ideas!!! Check out our blog for lots of FREEBIES and classroom photos!!! We have some new groundhog and Valentines day activities on there!!!

    www.k1teachingbesties.blogspot.com

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  6. Been waiting on Tooth Trouble to arrive from Amazon so I can start your Arctic Animal unit. It came today yeah! Thanks for your great ideas and posting your plans. It really helps to see how everything fits into the unit. Can't wait to see polar bears.
    Rose

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  8. Weird - that my comment was removed. Must of done something! Thank you for developing such great ideas!!!

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  9. Wilbur is adorable! Thank you for sharing!
    Kimberly :)

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  10. Hi Deanna! I just love your blog and ideas, always so creative and inspiring! I just started blogging myself at http://kinderkollections.blogspot.com/!

    Have a great weekend :)
    -Jenna

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  11. Hi there...I am your newest follower but I have been following you on TPT! I LOVE your ideas-we did your read your little science book at the beginning of the year and have done several of your science experiments. They had a blast! Thanks for being creative~if you get a chance come on over to my blog and have a look.

    ☏Johanna
    First Grade Fanatic!

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  12. Congratulations Deanna, On your TPT milestone. Your products rock. kidzread/yvonnee

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  13. This is too cute! I just wanted to say congrats...I got an email from TPT today that really made me gasp! That is so awesome for you!!! I also live in Georgia, in Johns Creek, so not too far from you!

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    Again, WAY TO GO!!!!!!

    Natalie
    Teachery Tidbits

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    LeAnne
    Hangin' with Mrs. Cooper

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  15. I'm so glad to find your blog!!! I am an avid purchaser of things from TPT!! I love, love, love your ideas!

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  16. Wonderful blog & good post.Its really helpful, awaiting for more new post. Keep Blogging.

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  17. Wonderful blog & good post.Its really helpful, awaiting for more new post. Keep Blogging.

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  18. Hi there,
    I have bought many of your units, and am attending the 'I Teach K' conference in Las Vegas this summer and am looking forward to seeing you in person! I was wondering if you could direct me to the spelling chunks or phoneme posters that I am seeing a lot of on pinterest AND noticed the other day in a colleague's classroom. She couldn't recall where she got them from and couldn't find any reference on her directions for them. I don't know if they are embedded in one of your units, but I have searched TPT and so much of your site but haven't had any luck finding them. If you could point me in the right direction I'd really appreciate it!
    Thanks,
    Heather

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  19. Deanna- I LOVE the Tooth Trouble inferencing activity! I am looking for a follow-up activity to do with my kiddos to showcase what they have learned with inferencing. Is that tooth trouble sheet available in the artic animals pack? Thanks!

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