Her theme utilizes the well-loved Mo Willem's bubble.
Just below the characters (not visible in the picture), is a backpack on a hook filled with her comprehension manipulatives.
When I first shared this activity online, Facebook fans helped me brainstorm adjectives to describe books.
We came up with 99 different adjectives, and Stephanie Schifini compiled and alphabetized the list. If you use this activity with students, I recommend having your own students brainstorm adjectives for books before showing them your list of 99 adjectives. Tell them that you have a list of 99 adjectives and you want to see if they can come up with a list of 99 adjectives without looking at your list!
After students complete their worksheets, arrange them on the bulletin board around the poster. ” and you’ve just created an instant bulletin board display!
Five Looks on a Book is such a quick and easy activity that you could easily repeat it several times throughout the year, or even once a month.Consider the power of a yearlong comprehension bulletin board. (NOTE: Click on the images below to enlarge the view.) Thanks to all who have generously shared their creative ideas!If you would like to share digital photos of your comprehension-strategy introduction, email Kristina Smekens.Then, a green table cloth cover was placed on top to give it an umbrella appearance.) The display started blank.During a two-week lesson series, Melissa built the display.Follow a quick link to find: South Creek (Indianapolis, IN) kindergarten teacher Julie Butz put her bulletin board (pictured below) on the wall adjacent to her classroom library and directly behind her teacher chair.This location made it easy for her to refer to during whole-class comprehension lessons. , I highlighted some of the ways I teach and review figurative language in my fifth grade classroom.To showcase the review, I created a Figurative Language bulletin board in our hallway.For the figurative language bulletin board, I displayed definition posters for each of these types of figurative language: I didn’t have a lot of time to make a creative border, so I simply stapled a colorful, store-bought border, then pulled the next section away from the board before I stapled in the next section.This made a nice 3-dimensional border in a fraction of the time!