Anyway, I wanted to share with you the owl anchor chart we used. I got the general idea for the anchor chart over at The First Grade Parade. Cara made the cutest bat with her kiddos and I adapted it for our owl discussion. You can find her chart here.
This is how our owl turned out. Note that some of us had more schema coming in than others. One of my little girls was so proud to tell me that "Owls can't cook! It true!" :-) I just LOVE first grade! Well after reading Owls by Gail Gibbons, we know everything there is to know about owls. You can find the packet we used to accompany the book below.
Erin's packet can be found here.
And now the freebie. This is a math freebie we used this week to review related addition and subtraction. It really was telling when I corrected them. This a great way to determine who really has a solid grasp on the related facts and who doesn't. Enjoy!
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We have linked up with Manic Monday at classroom freebie this week. Don't forget to check all the other great ideas linked up here! Have a great week!