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Throwback Thursday! Mental Images with a Freebie



Happy 4th of July! 

I am linking up with my sweet friend, Cara's Throwback Thursday post.
I posted this last year and I thought I would bring it back to the top.
This is a great poem to read at the beginning of the year when you are teaching your littles that Great Readers create images in their mind when they are reading to help them understand what they are reading.


Okay,  admit it!  You know this made you want to bite into a big  juicy apple!  :)


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.  Click HERE to see that post.

  Just click on the picture to download.

9 comments:

  1. Thank you for the freebies! Love that poem and pretty much everything you come with! happy 4th!

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  2. Haha. Love this poem! Thank you for the response sheet. :)

    Mary
    Mrs. Lirette's Learning Detectives

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  3. LOVED that! :) The kids will, too. I bet their faces are priceless! Thanks for sharing!
    Carolyn
    Kindergarten: Holding Hands and Sticking Together

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  4. I love this! I used it last year with my Kinders, and they totally enjoyed it! The responses were quite amusing! Mental imaging is such a fun way to tap into their creativity. thanks for sharing again.

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  5. I love any activity that includes children holding pictures in their heads. I have purchased many packs from your TPT and love them all. Thank you for your dedication to fellow kindergarten teachers. Courtney
    http://mcbrideskindercakes.blogspot.com

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  6. Thank you for the freebies. I love this! I used the "Green Giant" poem last year. Such a good lesson!
    http://kdgpenn.blogspot.com/

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  7. Love it!! If this is done as a beginning mental images lesson, (I'm guessing at the beginning of the year?), do you have the kids write out their responses for the writing portion of the sheet or dictate them to you?

    Thank you for all you do!!

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  8. Love it!! If this is done as a beginning mental images lesson, (I'm guessing at the beginning of the year?), do you have the kids write out their responses for the writing portion of the sheet or dictate them to you?

    Thank you for all you do!!

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