Peanut Butter and Jelly: A Play Rhyme by Nadine Bernard WestcottText-to Teaching Connection: What is a response activity that you can do in a classroom with children in response to the book? Be specific (e.g. drama, music, art, writing, math, science, social studies, etc.).
Although this book uses very simplified text, it uses plenty of repitition and rhyming words. This is a great book to use with my students who struggle with “how to” writing. It is basically explaining how to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, but in a fun and creative way. I would read this to my students during writing. While reading I would make a point to ask my students why certain words may be repeated. For example, “Why do you think they keep saying ‘peanut butter, peanut butter, jelly, jelly’?” By the end of the book we’ll discuss what they made in the story and the steps they took to making the peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Lastly, I’ll have my students come up with there own “how to” writing. They’ll each pick something they know how to do and then write the steps or draw pictures explaining on the order of how to do it.
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FREE Printable PB&J Place Value Math Game
This is an educations kids game to help develop math skills. The goal for each player is to roll the die and moves their game piece around the board. Every time you pass the "Start" space, you earn a sandwich layer. The first player to go around the board four times completes his or her sandwich and winds the game. Each space on the board contains four math problems. Sign in with Google. Sign in with Facebook.
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