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
fun-in-first.blogspot.com

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!

Anonymous 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!

Anonymous 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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