Reflection: Boomer Goes to School - Section 3: Extending Understanding


This lesson went very well.  Students were able to generate words for our circle map, but did not make the connection back to the story.  However, because they were making personal connections to the topic, I was very happy.  Tomorrow I will suggest recalling some ideas that we read about in our story!

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Boomer Goes to School

Unit 1: School
Lesson 12 of 21

Objective: SWBAT write and/or copy a sentence that is comprised of both sight words and words that can be sounded out or read off of a circle map.

Big Idea: What can kindergartners do at school? I can learn!

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