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Do you use Creative Curriculum’s Teaching Strategies Gold in your classroom? After using it for the past 7 years, I have found each year, as I approached a new curriculum, I was scrambling to come up with the materials I would need for each unit. With this set, you won’t have to! Utilizing this set in your classroom, you will have all of the materials necessary to create an Anchor Chart reflecting the “Bread” unit. This downloadable set includes the TSG Anchor Chart topics of:
- What do we know about bread? What do we want to find out?
- How is bread made?
- What kind of bread do we like?
- Who works with bread?
- How do we eat bread? When do we eat bread?
Each topic features child-friendly picture cards to correspond with each topic, prompting active teacher-student discussion and interaction. Exploring each topic, students can share what they know about Bread in a way that makes sense to them, with topic questions and visual aides that are targeted towards young visual learners. This set has included both quality clip art, as well as real photographs to enhance student learning. Also included is The Question of the Day, as well as photos of different types of bread for students to explore.
To best use this set, print, laminate, and cut. I prefer to add a small magnet piece to the back of each item, so that I can use it with my students on our white board. The pictures used in this set are surrounded by a black square, and are the perfect size for young children to utilize themselves, with guidance. While this set is designed around the TSG curriculum, the opportunities for use are endless!
In addition, this “Bread” unit features an additional "Ideas to Celebrate Learning" section at the end of the set. Included are a materials to make a bread graph with your students of their favorite type of bread, a sheet for students to design their own type of pizza, as well as a letter to families asking for them to write down their favorite bread recipe to create a class recipe book!
We hope you and your students enjoy exploring the Bread unit. We would love to hear your feedback in our store letting us know how it worked out for you!