Popular All About Me Books
All About Me
At the beginning of the school year we want the classroom environment to be a friendly and safe environment. What better way to work towards that than to get to know each other better? We have been getting to know each other verbally. Now we are going to create a book about ourselves so we have something to reference. We brainstorm ways that we can learn about a person. If they do not mention to read a book about them I try to steer them in that direction. For their independent practice I differentiated the activity.
These are our favorite all about me books — perfect for helping children celebrate the unique people that they are! I Like Myself! A vibrant little girl likes herself no matter where she goes, what she does, how she looks, or what others think of her. Rather than talk about real careers kids have when they grow up, it celebrates what kids can do now. Marvelous Me, by Lisa Bullard. This book is about appreciating what makes oneself unique, but the audience is a little unclear — especially when it is revealed at the end that Alex has an identical twin.
Kids love talking about themselves—their likes, their dislikes, and details about everything in between. Spark their interest in writing with a mini-book about their favorite subject…themselves! Writing done? Bind the book and get reading! Not an Education. Create an Account.
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Getting to Know You Worksheet Students answer questions about classmates by finding someone who matches the criteria. This unit builds those important beginning of the year skills and a sense of family in your classroom. Along with language arts, this thematic study integrates math, social studies, and health as it complements the reading frameworks. This preschool education theme encourages self-awareness and enhances learning about family. These early childhood education rhymes serve as a curriculum resource to teachers developing themes about family relationships and self-awareness.