Minions all the way…. No other character as held Ramam’s interest as the minions:)

We watched the movie Everest recently. Ramam gave it a thumbs up and said he enjoyed it. Later at home during one of his talk time sessions , this is what he had to say about Everest. Dirty Everest , it scares everyone. He also added it is close to the moon. :):):)

Another language activity – feeling happy with Ramam’s answer.

A story told by Ramam, with some inputs from me. He began the story saying there was a crocodile and something  got stuck in it’s teeth. The crocodile wanted to remove it.  I asked him how to go about it and he suggested using a tooth brush. I said neither the crocodile has hands or
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The sentence board has a long story to it. It had its humble beginnings with a carpenter going about the simple task of cutting a piece of plywood at home. However a lot of foresight, planning went into it. Frankly speaking the sentence board was way ahead of its time.   It was my hubby’s idea.
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Be it art Be it Maths Addition sticks where he is given various permutation and combinations for a numbers say 5 (5+0, 4+1,3+2). He has to put the correct stick  in the  cup.The cups have been labelled with the numbers. Good idea for independent activity. . Language activities I started with 6 talking sticks ,(
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I stumbled  upon another find , the blog on scholastic.com http://blogs.scholastic.com/top_teaching/2010/09/the-readers-notebook-grades-3-12.html#more  The think then  jot bookmarks is a wonderful idea . I tried this with Ramam on two stories we have read. Right now of course he needs a lot  of prompting. There are some days  I am excited about an idea and wait for
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I have been trying to make a transistion for ramam to the early chapter books.  Here a list of some of the books that Ramam has been reading in the process…. Snail and the whale, Stick man, room on the broom, Jack and the flum flum tree all four by Julia Donaldson. The little critter
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I came across this sandwich model for para writing in one of the fb groups and it seems to be helping ram. http://www.readingrockets.org/strategies/paragraph_hamburger I also add the tags first, then, next and last to do away with the verbal prompts. Do try it out as it seems to be an effective model Happy holidays!!!

This is what Ramam said he would like to carry for lunch. 2 samosas,2 cookies, mango lassi and custard apple. All neatly packed in a red lunch box. It is a far far cry from what I send him!!! And according to him this would be an ideal dinner Grilled chicken, KFC  burger, French fries
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