Ya'll.... I have a problem!

I've become worm obsessed!!
For some reason I've just reaaallly gotten into this little mini unit we've been working on this week! ha!

I made up a little glyph packet this afternoon after we read "Diary of A Worm" and watched the little Scholastic video that goes along with it - it is just such a darn cute book! That little cutie inspired me to make a craftivity/glyph for my kids!

We're down to 5 days left in school...and I've got to keep those hands busy next week so they can keep them off of each other! {anyone with me, here?!} Here's what I came up with:

Aren't they Caaaute?! And simple, too!
 I made up a little packet on TpT - my first little glyph packet! I make glyphs/craftivities all the time for my own class but haven't thought to put them in a packet - it's a lot of scanning and zooming and such!
Check it out {here} on TpT! It's only $1.50 for some cute goodness, 2 writing prompts and 2 different analyzing sheets.

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  1. So cute!!

    The First Grade Dream

  2. I would love a copy! We do a mini unit every spring and also get 1000 red wigglers from uncle Jim's Worm Farm!

  3. Whoops my email is vielleuxn@hartfordschools.net

  4. FYI-- check out this site... my favorite: http://urbanext.illinois.edu/worms/

  5. Love it! Will be doing this next year!


  6. Thanks ladies for the comments! I just emailed you 3! :) I just checkout out that website- LOVE it! Thanks for sharing!

  7. Too cute! I always use real worms and gummy worms to discuss living and non-living when we cover that TEK. These little worm cuties will be a nice addition during that unit of study. :)



  8. Erica - what a great idea for living/nonliving! I hadn't even thought about that! Gosh that's coming up isn't it?! I know we cover it in the early fall!

  9. Nicole... I love the lessons and activites, but you're really scaring me with this worm obsession! hehe


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