Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Non Fiction and Flat Stanley

Hello Everyone!

Heres a little update on our Non Fiction Projects. I clearly left them to the last minute and we are running out of time!!!!!

We only have 7 teaching days left and I have field trips, playdays, graduations, steppin up days etc!

Here is what the whole project folder looks like. We read through some non fiction books and looked to see if we could move some stickies around.

Cover of our project folder

Inside of folder when folded out

Confirmed Facts

 (things we thought we knew but found out were not true, EX: Penguins live in the south pole, not the north pole)

New Information found

Questions we still have

Now onto Flat Stanley....

We read his book and had a chance to have a visit from some flat friends from another school! We took them everywhere and then wrote in their journals about their adventures.

Today we made our own flat friends. We tried to make them look exactly like us. We wrote in their journals and tomorrow we will take them home for the weekend to write about their adventures at home!

Love how the clothes don't quite fit right
Here is the Flat Stanley Recording Journal I made for my kids.


See ya Later!


  1. I love your flat friends! What a great idea!

  2. Hi Renee,
    Are these class folders or does everyone have their own? We do this on a chart but I like your idea better.

    Grade ONEderful
    Ruby Slippers


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