Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Don't Laugh at Me

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12 comments:

S. Parker said...

I use the Mark Wills country version of this song. When I taught third grade we made a class book. It is a moving song. I continue to use this song and revisit it as needed.

Jessica said...

This is so precious and perfect for when I teach "cooperation" next week! Thank you so much for sharing this!

Ms. Morales said...

I used this one year and the kids wanted to play the song EVERYDAY! I LOVE this book.

Jodi said...

Love this. I had not seen this before :) Thank you so much for sharing!!

Jodi
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Mrs. Roper said...

Funny, I just read this in my class today - we used it to make Real Reading Salad!

bianca said...

Oh my gosh!!!! this is AMAZING!!!! i've heard the song before but using this in a classroom....it seems so fantastic. i cannot wait until i'm a teacher!

Ms. Payton said...

Thank you so much for sharing this!! I'm always looking for books like this to read every once and a while just to give students a reminder to be respectful of others.

S. Parker, you said you made a book...how did this work exactly I'm interested in doing this with my class!

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Krystal Van Kampen said...

Wonderful, wonderful, WONDERFUL stuff! Thank you for sharing your work!

47f2fca0-e196-11e0-9839-000f20980440 said...

This is AWESOME!!! Is it ok to use in the classroom since it mentions "GOD?"

Kristen Parson said...

Just LOVE this idea!!! I have read this book before to my kiddos and it is a great book. Thanks for the activities!!

Joanne MacArthur said...

My host teacher shared this with me during my internship. I was so moved, and the kids loved it! I love your ideas and am definitely going to put them to use once I have my own classroom!

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