|a thinking circle map|
|B creates his thinking map on what he notices Donald Crews does|
|B looks at different things in the story|
|E begins to think about what he notices|
During math today we worked again on sorting. We have started this unit and students are able to identify you can sort by color, shape, and size, but we also noticed after listening to the Button Box, you can sort by pointy and sharp. They also discussed how you can sort by different materials and objects. They drew how they sorted their buttons.
|S shows how she sorts|
Students then had the chance to see Ms. Darrell teach a reading lesson. In her lesson she talked to them about what a bubble map is and how a bubble map uses one object and then the rest of the bubbles are adjectives. It was great for them to have the opportunity to use another map.
|Ms. Darrell read a book and then students created their own bubble maps about the characters|
|the bubble map|
|A touches the rose to help him think of an adjective about the rose|