Remember my bulletin board?
It's finally finished! To finish it up I asked students to write a Six-Word Memoir about Reading. Here were the rules:
It must be positive
It must be EXACTLY six words
It needs to be BIG
You must put your first and last name at the end.
They wrote these on large index cards, and then I folded them in half to look like little books. I stapled them to the bulletin board. :)
This week we have open house, which is always nerve wracking for me. Not because I am afraid of parents, but because I feel like I have so much to share, and less than ten minutes to do it. I also feel like I talk too fast, and then I forget important things or stumble over my words and feel like a dolt. I'm glad parents will get to see what their kids wrote about reading on the bulletin board at least :)
I had this idea that I liked, but I didn't end up doing it.
Stations with Presentation Boards: I thought it would be cool to have each class make a presentation board and allow parents to walk around independently, but the AP hubster thought it might not be a good idea, because parents are there to meet me. (He is so smart) :)
I'm at a loss. I don't want to do a power point, but I don't really know what else to do. Suggestions?? (Welcomed, Appreciated, and Needed!)