Reflection: B is for Boomer and Bear! - Section 3: Extend Understanding


 I like to post the letter art in the room.  Even the ones that don’t look like what they are supposed to look like! It allows both parents and administration to see where there student's are in terms of production that involves creating.  I often save these products for parent conferences and other meetings where they can serve as examples of student abilities.

  Letter ARt
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B is for Boomer and Bear!

Unit 1: School
Lesson 16 of 21

Objective: SWBAT will learn correct letter formation for letter Bb and create a letter art for Bb.

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

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