Sunday, February 27, 2011

Munch With Munsch

Click the picture to download the pdf.

As part of our author study, student chose a favorite Robert Munsch book!  After "Reading To Someone", the students worked independently to tell about their favorite part of the story and why it was their favorite part.  They also wrote about the connections they made to the favorite part.  Since we completed this literacy project on a "Fun Friday", my readers and writers "munched" on popcorn during this Snack and Share activity!

Here's a look at Robert Munsch's book Andrew's Loose Tooth through the "eye" of my new document camera!  I received this neat, little gadget weeks ago and I just recently got around to taking it out of the box.  The set up was quick and simple!  It was perfect timing to be able to use this camera along with the recorded narrations from the 

Here's a better look at the document camera I received from!

What a great gadget with several possibilities!


  1. My class illustrated one of Robert Munsch's stories a few years ago. We visualized the story while listening to Munsch read on his website. I mailed him my student's work and received bound copies for each kid in class. This was a magical memory for the kids!

    Cheryl form Mrs Saouds Class

  2. Wow! Thanks so much for sharing with me!
    It may be fun for us to send something as well!

  3. I am working on a Bunch of Munsch unit (well slideshow with student samples, as well as, some ideas of what my class did as we studied Munsch.) I hope to be finished with the unit tomorrow and begin Seuss on his birthday on Wed. The Munsch stuff will be posted by end of the week--hopefully.
    I used the website and a digitalizing camera too. The students love to listen to him read too.

    Delena @ Full of Fun in Grade One

  4. Hi Delena! I love the title of your Munsch unit! I will definitely link up with your blog soon! I can't wait to see what you've been up to with Mr. Munsch! Thanks for reading and you are too kind to share your blog link with us!


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