Another fun project I like to do in October uses Joy Crowley's book Yuck Soup! It's an easy reader about monsters who put in all sorts of yucky things into a pot of soup. Who does not love yucky things in October? It is a GREAT alternative to doing Halloween at school!
We like to make Kindergarten Soup! It's much more delicious! We have each student bring in a bag or box of crackers, cookies, or whatever and mix it into one of those giant cauldron's. It's really fun and makes a great snack!
First is the parent letter. I included two versions... one if you have the story and one if you don't. (Just a thought, I bet if you check around at your school someone will have that book... it's a classic in the kindergarten world.)
Next is some options for you for making a class book. Each student will draw what they brought to put in the pot and write it. It follows the same format as the book. I have preschool soup, first grade soup, and so on. I also have one page that says ____'s Classes Soup. The choice is yours.
And last is a graph so you can graph who brought what in. Super fun, and reaches across the curriculum!
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