April 21 -25: Listen to Reading!

Click on the links below. In your literacy log (daily 5 journal) write the title of the poem, the rhyme scheme, any imagery you hear, and what type of poem it is. If you finish all of the poems you may listen to other poems on my wiki from earlier in the year or listen to stories on www.Tumblebooks.com

Twice Born

Butterfly Haiku

Prehistoric Butterfly

5 Fuzzy Caterpillars

A Butterfly

Birth of a Butterfly

Butterfly Stages

Acrostic Butterfly

Cocoon

Fluttering

Caterpillars

Colors of the Butterfly

Caterpillar

Little Butterfly

Butterflies

Haiku Butterfly

March 17 - 21:

Please select one of the Patricia Polacco stories to listen to. Then, in your literacy log, write down at least two connections that you can make between this text and your life, another text, or the world. If you finish this task, you may choose another story to listen to today.
Thank You, Mr. Falker
Thundercake
The Junkyard Wonders
My Rotten, Redheaded Older Brother
Christmas Tapestry
Bun Bun Button
Just Plain Fancy
Mr. Lincoln's Way
Mrs. Katz and Tush


February 10-14


Listen to the Jack Prelutsky Poems, you can also listen to the Shel Silverstein poems when you are done.

Jack Prelutsky Poems

Last night I Dreamed of Chickens

Bleezer's Ice Cream

I Made My Dog A Valentine

It's Halloween

The Turkey Shot Out of the Oven

Be Glad Your Nose is on Your Face

The Early Worm Got out of Bed

Very Boring Day

Pancake Collector

A Frog on a Stick


Shel Silverstein Poems

Noise Day

Humpty Dumpty

Ickle Me Tickle me Pickle Me Too

The Swing

Collin Mckinney

Hey Diddle Diddle

My Pet Germs

Daddy Fell into the Pond

Halloween

My Brother's Not a Werewolf

Sick

Dentist and the Crocodile

My Parents Sent me to the Store


January 27-31

Synonym Word Frog

January 21 - 24:

Please visit these links to learn more about Lucky the Penguin, to view last year's Penguin Palooza projects from our very own Walker Stars, and MISD's Penguin Palooza Wiki!

January 13 - 17:

Please visit Tumblebooks and listen to A Penguin Story. It can be found by clicking on the P-P page. (username: walkerelem; password: books)

After listening to the story, you will identify the characters, setting, and plot (beginning, middle, and ending) in your literacy log.

January 7 - 10:

The Clever Kid Goat

The Fox and The Stork

The Dog and His Reflection

Too Many Friends

The Great Kapok Tree

The Tortoise and The Hare

The Ants and the Grasshopper

The Lion and the Mouse

Sylvester and the Magic Pebble

City Mouse and Country Mouse


December 16 - 20:

Click on one of the Reader's Theater videos below and illustrate the setting in your literacy log.

The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig

Me First

Dog Breath

A Bad Case of Stripes


December 2 - 6

Click on any of the poems below. Write the name of the poem you listen to and how it makes you feel. Identify any elements of poetry you see.

Noise Day

Humpty Dumpty

Ickle Me Tickle me Pickle Me Too

The Swing

Collin Mckinney

Hey Diddle Diddle

My Pet Germs

Daddy Fell into the Pond

Halloween

My Brother's Not a Werewolf

Sick

Dentist and the Crocodile

My Parents Sent me to the Store

Listen To Reading

November 11 - 15


Listen to Reading Station:


National Geographic Young Explorer

October 7-11

Listen to the story of Jack and the Beanstalk.

Click Here

Once you are finished, complete the BME and turn it in to the top tray.

**Don't forget to write your name!