Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Long A Videos {ai/ay}

This week we have become Red-Eyed Tree Frog experts thanks to the main story selection in our Houghton Mifflin reading series. 

One of us even became a Red-Eyed Three Frog expert . . .ha!!! 

{Didn’t catch that until after she had already traced over her title with a Sharpie.}

Today we made these cute little art projects and did an informative writing activity to hang in the hallway.  They turned out really cute and the kids wrote and wrote and wrote.  It’s amazing how much they can write when they feel like they are real experts!!!

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We are also learning about the long a sound spelled /ai/ and /ay/ this week.  Here’s a few more videos to add to your library to reinforce this skills.  They aren’t all as fun as the ones we posted last week, but the kids have still enjoyed them!!!

{Just click on each picture to view the video clip.}

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21 comments:

  1. Love BEtween the Lions!!!
    Staci

    Going Nutty!

    misssquirrels@yahoo.com

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  2. Where did you get your writing paper? I have never seen it with the "ground" colored like that...great visual!

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  3. cute frogs! We just read Red-Eyed Tree Frog. I'll save this idea. Thanks for sharing.
     Chrissy

    First Grade Found Me

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