We also made crock pot applesauce, and they used the template below to write a How-To. You can get the template I used below. There are enough spaces for 7 steps. I used Cara Carroll's Recipe and my kiddos LOVED it!
Then we had to follow up with a giant apple diagram. I had seen these all over Pinterest and just had to have one! I believe the original idea came from What the Teacher Wants! Check it out here. You can get the giant labels I used below:
We also made scarecrows. I love making scarecrows, they always come out super cute. This year, I decided to create my own pattern that you can grab for free below. We read a passage from abcteach about scarecrows, and then they wrote 3 facts that they added to their schema on the schema template. If you do a google search for abcteach scarecrow passage, it comes up as a freebie.
Click the image above to get the scarecrow freebie.
It's hard to believe that Halloween is just a few days away! Yikes...where has the year gone?
Have a safe and Happy Halloween!
Here is a quick picture of our Frankenstein door for Red Ribbon Week. My 2nd graders are super proud of it. Our campus is holding a door contest this Thursday, so here is a peek at mine:
The super cute Frankensteins and Brides of Frankenstein are a craftivity by A Cupcake for the Teacher. I have a monster themed classroom, so our door theme just had to be monsters!