Saturday, July 18, 2009

Weekly Blog Plan, July 20-24

Here's the weekly blog plan! Again, please remember this is subject to change and is dependent upon whether or not my materials come in from the library as planned. I realize that this may fall too late for you to use in your classroom this year, but the activities will definitely swing from year-t0-year! If you see something you really want to incorporate into your classroom, leave me a comment on this post or send me an e-mail, I'd be glad to provide you with the links I have, if nothing more!

Monday, July 20 - National Recreation and Parks Month
  • Carl's Afternoon in the Park, Alexandra Day
  • Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy, David Sooman
  • We're Going on a Bear Hunt, Michael Rosen
Tuesday, July 21 - National Blueberries Month
  • Blueberries for Sal - Robert McCloskey
  • Blueberry Girl - Neil Gaiman
  • Blueberry Mouse - Alice Low
Wednesday, July 22 - "Curious" Wednesday
  • Any thoughts on my topic????
  • Guess some titles... they have to be full titles. If anyone can guess an exact title (has to be exact... nothing broad), they'll have their name entered in the drawing to win themselves a copy of the book (there are three books up for giveaway)!
  • You have until 9:59 AM EST on Wednesday, July 22 to make your guess!
  • 3 guesses per entry. 1 entry per blogger.
  • Be sure to include your e-mail address!
Thursday, July 23 - Saturday is National Day of the Cowboy
  • The Dirty Cowboy, Amy Timberlake
  • Cowboy and Octopus, John Scieszka
  • How I Spent My Summer Vacation, Mark Teague
Friday, July 24 - Amelia Earhart Birth Anniversary
  • Amelia and Eleanor Go For a Ride, Pam Munoz Ryan
  • Picture Book of Amelia Earhart, David Adler
If you're interested in finding out more information about any of the books reviewed or if you'd like to purchase the books, click the cover image for a link to


style='clear: both;' D.A. Tyo said...

A Very Curious Bear by Tony Mitton and Paul Howard OR The Curious Garden by Peter Brown OR Curious George Plants A Tree by H. A. Rey...All these would be good fits for a "Curious" Wednesday! What fun!