Saturday, January 7, 2012

Sick as a dog and movie making

I haven't posted in 3 days and that kills me, but in my defense, I'm sick with a sinus infection. This happens every year when Florida drops down to 20 degrees one night but then back up to 80 the next day. My poor little sinus friends can't handle it. Now I'm paying the price...

Apart from not being able to breathe through my nose, I had a great week with the kiddos. Idioms is our skill for next week, so I have decided to make a class movie with the kids. I divided them into groups of 4. Each group has been given "themed" idioms. (sayings about food, weather, feelings, animals). 

I bought this fabulous idiom set from Scholastic a few months ago and I'm so ready to put it to good use. also offers this product. If you click on the photo, it will take you to their website. 

This will be out first class movie. I'm excited! I wrote a grant earlier in the year for $800 worth of video equipment and my class got it, so we need to start with the movie making process. I have a very lively group and they should have NO trouble being in front of the camera. :) 

I need to start working on sheets and activities that will help us in the completion of our movie, especially in the script writing step. Stay tuned for future posts about this.

5 Bucket Fillers:

Holly said...

Awww, hope you are feeling better soon. A Mimio rep came to my school this past week and we talked about what it can do and I'm beyond excited about it. What I know about it only scratches the surface and I need to just find time to dig in deep.

Those books look awesome - gotta love Scholastic!

Rest and relax today - doctor's orders!

Crisscross Applesauce in First Grade

Lisa Lizak and Beth Wright said...

Oh no, hope you are feeling better soon :) Those are great books and I can't wait to see how your movie making turns out:) Relax and have some chicken noodle soup today :)

Lisa :)

Kelly Hall said...

I am nominating you again for the Liebster Award. I know you just received one but I picked you too! Please spread the love!

Mrs. Nunley said...

I came across your blog today, and I am so glad that I did! I am your newest follower!

I hope you feel better soon!

Elisabeth said...

I almost bought this set last week from scholastic! Keep me updated on what your doing with them in your movies! I am way intrigued!!!\

Twins, Teaching and Tacos.

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