"The Day the Crayons Quit" by Drew Daywalt and illustrated by Oliver Jeffers is making quite the impact on teachers and children this summer! I've seen a lot of posts on how teachers plan on using this book in their classrooms this year.
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In my original post about this book, I said I was going to whip up some letters written by other supplies in my classroom. Here's what I've come up with so far...
Maybe I'll do a few more once I get in my classroom and see how things look. Our custodians are waxing our floors this week so we've been grounded from working in our classroom this week. I think I might let my kiddos help me write some letters too. What better way to model letter writing and point of view at the same time during the beginning of the year?
Oh...by the way...The Lion King was awesome! My nieces were glued to it the entire time...every child should experience the theatre and The Lion King is a great one for the whole family! If it's showing in your area, you should try to get tickets (an aisle seat would be my recommendation) and take someone little with you...so fun!
Hope all is well!