In this fun creative writing activity by Broderick's Brainy Bunch, students draw a picture of themselves with a mustache or take a picture using a fun, fake mustache you already have or one of the paper mustaches included in this freebie.
There are SO MANY ways you can use this. Kindergarteners can ask a question of first graders using the the template "I MUSTACHE you a question about kindergarten", First graders can ask a question of second graders using the template "I MUSTACHE you a question about first grade" and so on. I mean, afterall, aren't the students at the next grade level the real experts on the grade they just left??
But, I also included a generic template "I MUSTACHE you a question". Oh my goodness - the possibilities are endless. Students can ask you a question, the custodian, the librarian, the principal, another friend...you name it!
But it doesn't end there. Someone has to respond to their question, and I've included pages for that titled "HAIR'S your answer" with space for the responder to draw a picture of themselves with crazy hair, or insert a picture of themselves wearing a silly wig.
This is such a fun way to teach question asking and answering, as well as developing a sense of community and mentorship. Included in this FREEBIE you will have:
3 paper mustaches to cut out and use
Letter template that read "I MUSTACHE YOU A QUESTION..." about kindergarten, first grade, second grade, third grade, and fourth grade
Letter writing template to ask a question about anything
Answer template "HAIR's your answer" with space to draw a funny-haired person along with the answer
Answer template "HAIR'S your answer" with space to include a picture of a funny-hair wearing person