Sunday, April 1, 2012

The Empty Pot

My class just finished reading, The Empty Pot, by Demi in our Imagine It reading book.  I love making predictions with this story as most students never think it's because the seeds have been cooked.  I created this little extension activity to add enrichment to the story.







If you are interested in doing this activity with your students, I have included all the printables and directions.  Just visit my Teacher's Notebook store to pick it up:)

5 comments:

  1. We read that last week too! It was probably one of my kids favorites so far!!

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  2. I'm going to go check that out! That would be perfect to do when we start our plant life cycle unit. I'm new to the blogging world and would love for you to go check out my first giveaway! :)

    -Erin

    Elementary Adventure

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