Krebs' Class Blogs

Constructing, creating, communicating, collaborating, and thinking critically in grade 5.

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  1. Love images you visualized. Tuck Everlasting is one of my favorite books. I reread/listen to it every year or so. I would love to hear what you think of the ending. Is it happy or sad?

  2. Wow! I never thought to teach a reading lesson this way. What a great job your class has done. When I teach reading again, I might try your idea. Come visit our class blog at http://martinteach.edublogs.org and share your ideas with us.

    Martinteach

  3. Hi my name is Robby I am in Mrs.Hammans class.My class is also reading Tuck everlasting.But were already on chapter 14.Do you like a certain part of the book?
    http://01rockin.edublogs.org/

  4. Hello!
    Thank-you for sharing your visualizations; great video!
    We watched your video for two reasons. Firstly, we read the first two chapters of “Tuck Everlasting” so we wanted to see your take on it (we didn’t like it, so we stopped reading it; did you enjoy it?). Secondly, we’ve moved onto “The Boy in the Striped Pajamas” and are learning about the reading strategy of visualizing. Have you read the book? We just finished chapter six and are loving it!
    Soon we will post our visualizations to our blog: http://kidblog.org/grade637. We’d love to read your comments 🙂
    -Miss Pecora’s grade 6 class in Alberta, CANADA

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