This week, we began library class by continuing to answer the questions that Mrs. Satov's class shared with us on the padlet. We had four students in class today, so the students were able to answer two questions each.
We then read The OK Book by Amy Krouse Rosenthal. This is a story about a stick figure who admits that there are some things that he is just "ok" at. What was really clever about the book is that when you turn the stick figure sideways, it spells OK! When we discovered this fact, the class had a fit of giggles. At the end of the story, the character shared that while he is ok at many things, he is having lots of fun learning about what he would be really good at.
As a class, we discussed the things in our life that we are "just OK" at doing. We discussed that it is OK to be OK - you will not be great at everything you try, but that shouldn't hold you back from trying!
|Our list of things we are OK at doing.|
|Our list of things we are GREAT at doing.|
|Working on postcards for Mrs. Drew's class.|