My Mouth Is a Volcano! Kindergarten Arts and Crafts Writing Lesson Activity
After reading My Mouth is a Volcano! by Julia Cook, practice comprehension skills, and connect to the text as you complete the Louis craft. During guidance, discuss times when it’s been hard not to interrupt. Provide examples, model, and ask students to provide their own examples, too. Discuss strategies to practice keeping quiet, such as breathing, and ask students to come up with some of their own ideas. During writing, students write about a time when it has been hard for them to not interrupt or strategies they use to not interrupt. Glue Louis to top of writing/drawing sheet for display.
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Page 4: head, two arms
Color teeth and mouth.
Page 5: hair (2)
Page 6: shirt (4)
Page 7: writing/drawing sheet
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