Let's have a little fun with the traditional "what I did on my summer vacation" projects and target additional goals in the process!
Have your students create three postcards. Two will contain a sentence or two about something they really did and one will be something they didn't do. The postcards are then cut out and illustrated on the back.
Time to share! Present to the class or allow students to walk desk to desk to read the choices. For added fun, provide a dauber to "stamp" the one they think is a fake!
This is a great activity to teach exclusion and also address fiction/non-fiction especially for our students who may have more difficulty separating the two.
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Enjoy the last of summer!