Landforms and a Dragon

Multicultural night is tomorrow night and 2nd grade is all about Asia!  We put up all kinds of art, which I will take lots of pictures of tomorrow night but I wanted to share our masterpiece. I put it together this morning after we worked on the pieces last week. The original idea for our huge dragon came from HERE.  I drew him based on that picture. 

Here's the BEFORE:

And here's the AFTER:



He came out beautifully and the kids were so proud of their work.  All the 2nd graders made the scales : )  I also pulled out some Dr. Seuss things today to prepare for Read Across America Day on Friday. We will also be watching/reading/listening to many Dr. Seuss books on the iPad throughout the week. The pile of Dr. Seuss silly bands and stickers were Target dollar spot finds this summer. I'm impressed with myself that I kept them and remembered where I put them : )


This weekend I worked on some things for the Social Studies 2nd grade teachers.  We split our teaching and 3 of us teach science and 3 teach social studies.  Since I teach science, I don't do much with social studies but they asked for some games and I found the cutest clipart!  I am pretty excited about this pack and it makes me wish I taught Social Studies!

Are ya'll sick of commenting for a chance to win packs for FREE?  If you are, please let me know and we can do something else but I love reading all your comments and giving things away for FREE, especially packs like this that I am super excited about.  If you still want to, you can comment (along with your e-mail address) and I'll pick a winner tomorrow night after we travel around the world!



11 comments:

  1. Love the 'paper' dragon!
    Not sick of commenting. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Tania
    My Second Sense

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  2. That dragon is amazing!!! It's so beautiful!
    Maribel
    Learning In Wonderland

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  3. Can I move to your school? Loving all your ideas and wishing I could be right in the middle of all this fun!! The dragon is great!

    Courtney
    courtni_con@hotmail.com

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  4. We are learning about Landforms right now! I would love to use this with my class! Sarah sehartong@yahoo.com

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  5. CCS addeds landforms to third grade science objectives and since we lack resources this would be perfect. Already on my wishlist
    Julia
    Juliasmajdek@ccs.k12.NC.us

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  6. Love your dragon! Holy cow, he's gorgeous, no wonder they're proud. Not sick of commenting. Would love to win/buy your landform pack! Reyesremarkablerants at gmail dot com

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  7. What an awesome dragon. Lovin' it! Also loving that landform pack!

    Emily
    eah719@hotmail.com

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  8. We will be learning about landforms soon and I would love the Landform pack! Your stuff is adorable.
    Melissa
    mwaroff@murrieta.k12.ca.us

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  9. How can I be sick of possibly winning something that we cover in our last social studies unit? So, fingers are doubly crossed, as your landform unit beats what we have hands down!

    tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  10. Sick....sick....NO!!! Your students are lucky to have you! GREAT RESOURCES!!!
    rose.wenzel@abvm.org
    Smiles

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  11. I love teaching both science and social studies and would be sad to not get to teach both! Your teammates are so very lucky to have someone as creative as you are to help them out! This landform pack looks awesome! Thanks for being so caring and giving away your packs for free to people who follow your blog!

    Jenna
    frederickjennam@gmail.com

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