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Halloween reading and engineering activities bring fun and academics to I Need My Monster.
MakerSpace Activity: STEAM takes the E for engineering and the A for arts from STEAM and you get Maker Space Moments in Literature. Makerspace Moments In Literature allow you to do a focused Close Reading with text as well as extend on a piece of literature with the same function and creativity of a Makerspace using engineering tools to problem solve and create. A Makerspace is a collaborative area where students can think, create, share, and grow using an assortment of materials and technologies.
This Makerspace Moment in Literature uses I Need My Monster written by Amanda Noll BOOK NOT INCLUDED. I Need My Monster is an adorable book about a boy needing his monster so that he can fall asleep.
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Vocabulary Cards- Can be used as a fun game of Headbanz or Charades or to display
Character Work with 2 choices
Story Structure with 2 choices
Engineering Maker Activity
Examples of Monsters
Planning Sheet for Monster Activity
All About My Monster (for writing extension)
Words About My Monster (with adjectives to use or blanks to make up your own descriptive words)
Monster Presentation Points
Compare and Contrast Monster Think Sheet
Asking and Answering Questions
Characters respond to events and Character Focus
Story Structure- with a focus on fiction or nonfiction and how the beginning and end of the story impacts the story
Engineering K-2 standards (From Next Gen. Science Standards)
Listening and Speaking
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