Saturday, March 30, 2013

Peek at my week-Oviparous stuff! (Linky)

Guess what is happening in my room next week?

The eggs will be there waiting for me on Tuesday... YAY!

So sets of the frenzy of studying animals that come from eggs.  Thank goodness I am surrounded by clever folks!

I found some great resources that you will find in my lesson plans... links and all!

This poem is from March's Poem unit...I know it is April!

You can click on the image to find the poem with the resources and sorts that go with it.

This is a reader I made last year... you can grab it for free!

This little video makes me laugh!

Here are my lesson plans!

Now for the linky part!


  1. Thanks for the book and poem. We're doing eggs next week, too:)
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  2. LOVE the video! Totally stuck in my head now! Thanks for sharing!

  3. where do you get your eggs to hatch? My source for free fertilized eggs is gone. I don't know where to go to purchase them.


    1. I believe the eggs are coming from the University of Missouri's Extension Office. Like magic, they appear each year.

  4. OMG! I am so excited for you to start your chick unit! We start ours in the beginning of April too. This year we are going to be trying a new kind of chick too. :) Thanks for the freebie that you posted. Check out my freebie that I posted yesterday. You might be able to use them.
    First Grade Funtastic

  5. Let's Get Crackin Unit looks fun! I'm checking it out now!

  6. I am always amazed at all that you do!! Love the video:) I was inspired to finally link up this week!

    Surfin' Through Second

  7. Thanks for the chance to link up! I love getting to see what you are doing in your class. Looks like a fun week!
    Conversations in Literacy

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  9. Loved that video too cute. I don't teach this unit but it sure looks cute.

  10. Deedee,

    You are AMAZING! I think you don't sleep and drink Diet Coke all day long. Thank you for being such an inspiration. Even though I teach Firsties, you help spark new ideas and provide wonderful activities that I can use to help some of my "little" ones. Blessings to you sweet lady! =)

    Heather's Heart

  11. I love hatching eggs with my kinderkids! I have not done that in a few years, as my resource retired and moved away. :0( I thought about buying some, but didn't know what to do with the chicks after they start growing too fast. I had always returned them back to my resource. What do you do after they have hatched?

    Learning With Mrs. Brinn

    1. One of my students take them home. We live in a really rural area so I usually have a few students who already have chickens.

  12. Deedee, I LOVE this linky and it looks like you have been doing it for a while. Why have I never heard of it? Maybe it's because you teach K and I teach 5th, so our bloggy worlds rarely cross. You plans look AMAZING and I think it is so cool that you put them out there for everyone to see! I am thinking that I should start linking up with you to push me to get my plans down on paper sooner than Sunday night. I tried to poke around in other posts, but I am wondering what tips you have for making this endeavor go a little faster (like putting in thumbnails of the different products and activities.) I feel like I already spend so much time on the computer with blogging and tpt and would love to hear your tricks for making this go faster. Can't wait to learn more from you!

    1. Thank you! I will try to get a tutorial up within the next week or so. I am trying to finish a "few projects." Ha! We get caught up by July...right?

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