Thursday, January 27, 2011

How-To Blow a Bubble Writing

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I have been sooooo inspired by posts that I have seen on proteacher and the 2nd grade Teacher’s Club that I just HAD to do this lesson with my kiddos.  They LOVED it!  We just started publishing today and most of them are already done!  I can’t wait to get these up in time for conferences.  I will post pictures of the kids trying to blow bubbles and our hallway display later next week when we get them up.  For now, here is our Writers Workshop Lessons and printouts that we used for the lesson.  Enjoy!


  1. I do this with my first graders! My only issue this year is I had a child with Latex allergies! Finding latex free balloons was difficult. Then they just aren't as cute as real balloons!


  2. I was inspired by this idea as well. I'm looking forward to teaching it to my students next week. Your post has me even more inspired and excited to get started. I think my students will really enjoy this lesson and learn some great writing skills!

  3. I love this!!!! We do a bubble mini unit at the end of the year and this is AWESOME for it! Thanks!!!

  4. Cute! My kids loved the fact that I let them chew gum in school for a whole 30 minutes!

  5. Hi! Thanks for checking out my blog. It lead me to check out yours and I love this lesson!

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