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Liquids in Plants
Need: 2 tall glassed, 2 celery stalks with leaves, water, food coloring

Put water in both glasses. Add food coloring to one of the glasses. Place a stalk of celery in each glass. (An adult should cut the bottom inch off each celery stalk just before the children place it in the water).

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Genre Studies First Grade Reading Lesson 1, Standards Alignment, Worksheets, Activities

will explain to students that we are going to read a type of story called a legend. Legends are stories that have been orally passed down through the years. This means that stories are told aloud and passed down by word of mouth. I will add this to my Characteristics of Legends Chart (Example Chart is provided in Unit Teacher and Student Materials). Before society had the tools to write and copy books, stories had to be remembered and retold to children. When those children grew up, they would retell the story to their children. I will explain that we are going to read a legend and practice retelling that legend orally, or aloud. I will read The Legend of the Bluebonnet and model how to retell the events in the beginning of the story. As I read, I will take notes about the events in the story. Then, I will use those notes to orally retell the story to you in as much detail as I can remember. I will add the title of the legend to my chart to show that it is part of a tradition of retelling aloud.

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