Saturday, December 3, 2011

Non Fiction Reindeer Unit

6 comments:

Barbara said...

What a darling blog. I am a retired primary teacher and your blog brings back some memories. I miss the kids but am enjoying my free time. I substitute so I can enjoy the children. Wish all the technology was available when I began teaching. Our district has canceled Christmas this year..no trees, Merry Christmas, stockings etc. (Very sad) Enjoy this time with your kidos and Merry Christmas

Lori said...

This is absolutely adorable and I can't wait to do it! I think, though, that the plural of reindeer is reindeer, not reindeers. Thanks for sharing, though! It is awesome!

Erin Eberhart said...

Hey Lori...oopsie, you're right. It's similar to sheep...ha ha I fixed it...so go and download the new version. Thanks for bringing that to my attention. The old saying is true, if you don't use it you lose it! ha We're not big on plurals in kindergarten! ;-) Hope you get some use out of it!

Lori said...

I will definitely be using this wonderful idea this week. My second graders (I teach K, 1, and 2) are working on irregular plural nouns. Guess which irregular plural noun I'll be teaching this week?! LOL! Thanks again! You are incredibly talented!

selsmith said...

OMG, I LOVE your blog, and I'm a 4th grade teacher. BUT I can take some of these awesome ideas and adapt them to a much higher level. REALLY!!!

Megan said...

Hi Erin,
I just stumbled up this post and found that the link to the reindeer book is no longer active. Do you still have it available somewhere?

Thanks!