First is a Tree Map that we used to show our 5 senses.
The map is read like this: A baby panda is a cub, as a baby giraffe is a calf, as a baby penguin is a chick, etc.
I was happy to find a great website for book resources Kizclub.com where I found printable pictures for this book.
I also used the pictures to create flannel board pieces. I attached a small square of the rough side of velcro to the back of the pieces and they easily stick to the black flannel board. The students can match up the animal mom to the animal baby.
And finally, a Circle Map showing what we do together with our families.
I created a writing activity to go with this map. I had the students choose 3 activities from the circle map that they do with their families. They drew the pictures and then wrote a word (or traced my highlighter writing) that matched each picture.
I just posted the template for "What My Family Does Together" in my FREEBIES tab.
I love this Five Senses tree map! Your blog is great!ReplyDelete
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It is good to see that "thinking maps" are still being used... GREAT AWESOME Job !!!!ReplyDelete
Can you email me template of the writing project for what my family does together please? firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
Hi could you please email me the template of the writing project for what my family does together? that would be so appreciated!ReplyDelete
I just sent it!Delete
Can I possibly have the template for the family writing project? My email is email@example.com. Thank you so much!!!!!ReplyDelete
Could I have the writing template for "what my family does together"? BTW!! I love using Thinking Maps!!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much
Just emailed you!Delete