Reflection: Intervention and Extension Mulberry, Mulberrier or Mulberriest Street? - Section 3: Assessment


I wanted to do more with this story once it got rolling.  The children enjoyed the idea of encountering interesting and imaginative characters on the way to school, so I created an additional page for the children to create a class book about they could imagine on the way to our school.  An idea taken from the blog, "" I had the children create imagination spyglasses to use to look out for interesting things around our classroom or outside our window.  We walked around our building and spied, too, hoping to become inspired.  We had hoped to get outside, but the weather prevented us from doing so.  When we came back to the room, we composed our own ideas for "And To Think That I Saw That on Barker Road" (our school's road).

  Intervention and Extension: Extending the lesson
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Mulberry, Mulberrier or Mulberriest Street?

Unit 6: Word Work Use with Dr. Seuss
Lesson 1 of 14

Objective: SWBAT to use comparative adjectives to sort pictures/words. Student Objective: I can sort pictures/words that end in -er and/or -est

Big Idea: Marco loves to exaggerate. He likes things to be big, bigger, biggest. Here's a lesson using to teach comparatives.

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