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This is such a fun poem!  I love, love it!  It is great for mental images and inferring 
(for a beginning lesson).   This poem is from the book, 

Oh, No! Where Are My Pants? and Other Disasters: Poems 


Lee Bennett Hopkins (Author), Wolf Erlbruch (Illustrator)




I created a response sheet for this poem and My Neighbor's Dog is Purple.  (see yesterday's post).

  Just click on the picture to download.


Okay y'all!  Sorry for such a quick post but I am EXHAUSTED and report cards are due this week!!1
Yuck!!!  Raise your hands if you hate report cards as much as I do!!!

13 comments:

  1. I don't even want to think about report cards, that's what we're doing this week! AND there's a walk-through tomorrow!!! Thanks!

    Angela
    The Daily Alphabet

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  2. I've got both of them up! Thanks for sharing

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  3. Can I put my feet up, too? Mine were due Friday! Hang in there!
    Jenn
    Finally in First

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  4. Thank you for these cute response sheets. My kids enjoyed reading and listening to "My Neighbor's Dog is Purple."

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  5. Can I hear an "Oh Yea!!!!!" I am typing away....10 more to go and our deadline is midnight!!!

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  6. You ain't kid din sister! Report cards are by far the WORST! Now that I think about it...I would love to see examples of other kindergarten report cards. Ours is 4.5 {yea, FOUR and a HALF} pages long. Can you believe it? I spend so much of my time on these things.
    Anyway, thanks for letting me vent.
    ❤Tanya
    Ms. Solano's Kindergarten

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  7. I have used the poem "My Neighbor's Dog...." We had so much fun, and the students were so surprised by the ending. Thanks for sharing that with us. I can't wait to use the others.

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  8. I don't mind the report cards...it's all the testing and how to fit it in without just letting the kiddos watch movies. I can never find time for testing without feeling like I am neglecting my students. I have to admit I am having trouble getting my students to leave me alone long enough to test. I know that I have a particularly needy class, but there must be a way.

    Can't wait to use the poems!

    Terri
    tizatt@ecsdnv.net

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  9. These poems are great! Thanks for the ideas :)

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  10. HUGE fan of your stuff. I saw some chunk posters on first grade parade and I love them. But I do not see them anywhere. Are they at your teacher store or somewhere else? Thanks! Christi

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