Groovy buttons, colorful buttons, big and small buttons! Kids go crazy for buttons!
We read Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons. It is our 3rd Pete the Cat book that we have been reading, writing about, and filling in a comparison chart. My other Pete the Cat links are here. This link will take you to our Pete the Cat activities from last year.
|Pete the Cat had green buttons.
After reading the book and filling out the chart, students got to choose their buttons and write about them. Funny how something so little as buttons can get them so excited!
|Pete the Cat has green buttons.|
|Pete has regular buttons.
I could not get anyone interested in using the word groovy to describe their buttons!! I think the little guy above wanted to do just the opposite of groovy when he picked “regular” buttons! Most liked describing their buttons with color words.
We also read and wrote about Pete the Cat Rocking in My School Shoes. We are on a Pete the Cat roll!
|Pete the Cat went to library. He went to the school. Pete the Cat went to the playground.|
Next week, I will show case the work we did with the next Pete the Cat book! I love the lesson he teaches: It’s all good! Don’t worry and don’t cry!
I still need to get my hands the 3rd and 4th Pete books. They are so good. The chart you made comparing all the books is great. I love the "interesting language" and "theme" sections. You do such a nice job of making comprehension authentic and important.
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Denise Jarrell says
What happened to the old way blogs were posted? I don't like the way they are posted now. Is there a way to get the old format back?
Yes, you need those Pete books, Tammy! I like the interesting language and theme parts of the chart too. Thank you for always coming by with such great comments!