Oh my, everyone! Isn’t time just flying?!? I feel like all year long, I’m excited for December to arrive. But, once it’s here, I’m all, “Hold on!!!! I’m not READY!!!!” Anyone else?
Well, with all the holiday hoopla surrounding me these days and a classroom full of overly-hyper kids, I’m looking for some fun-yet-rigorous-yet-a-cinch-to-plan lessons. I figured you are, too, so I’m a bringing you another installment of “Teach This Lesson Tomorrow.”
This lesson is amazing on so many levels. First, it uses an adorable picture book (I’ve mentioned before my passion for using picture books with big kids!). Second, the kids have a ball with it. And finally, it gives your students practice with a skill they all need work on: homophones!
I began the lesson with this:
Katherine Boles says
Awesome!!! Where do you get the list of common homophones?
What list of common homophones do you use?
Musings from the Middle School says
Hi Ladies! I just Googled a "list of common homophones" and printed one 🙂