Pumpkin Fact Task Card

Pumpkin Fact Task Card

So I have been a totally remiss blogger the past month or so! I keep writing up posts, then not getting to finish them up! I’m so sorry!

After writing my last post, Carve-A-Pumpkin – App-tivities for Fall, I made a pumpkin fact task card for my students to use, and wanted to share it here. Click here or the image below to download a copy.

Pumpkin Fact App Smash Task Card


We’ve been reading several informational texts on pumpkins, and recording facts on stickies, and in our Reader’s Response Journals. So, my students have access to both the books we’ve read and all their notes when they get ready to record a pumpkin fact movie.

Here’s a few book suggestions -

Pumpkin Book suggestions to accompany Pumpkin Fact Task Card


Seed, Sprout, Pumpkin Pie

From Seed to Pumpkin

Rotten Pumpkin: A Rotten Tale in 15 Voices

A Day at the Pumpkin Patch

I hope you’re enjoying Fall and all the fun it brings! Next up is an interactive diagram, with … you guessed it, pumpkins!

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Social Stories with Book Creator

Social Stories with Book Creator

As teachers we know that there are many social conventions that need to be followed in a classroom. This way everyone feels respected, and safe. Sometimes students come to use innately knowing those conventions, but many times we need to teach them. Social stories can be especially useful when working on these conventions with particular students, or theContinue Reading

Dot Day 2014

Dot Day 2014

I’ve missed blogging! It’s half way through September and this is my first post! Life has been so busy, both school and personal, but I’m excited to share my 100th post today! I guess you could say I’m making my mark! Today we had a wonderful time celebrating International Dot Day. We read, we painted, we blogged,Continue Reading