I can’t believe I didn’t know there was National Doughnut Day! I will celebrate this day for sure. Really, is there anything better than an Old Fashioned Glazed Doughnut? Of course it also makes me think of the book, If You Give a Dog a Donut by Laura Numeroff. The theme of “Mans Best Friend” is a great way to start a new school year, or a high interest unit about dogs.
Make Donut Day any day in your classroom with this great mini-lesson and book, If You Give a Dog a Donut by Laura Numeroff and illustrated by Felicia Brown.
The product features many activities with dogs and donuts.
- A lower case alphabet game with a dog theme.
- Money Worksheets problem solving
- D sound sheet
- Art projects
- Measuring donuts
- Games & songs
- Data collecting on my favorite donuts
- Facts book about dogs
- Dog Sudoku
- Anchor charts
- Student made book
- Cause and Effect
- Dog Idioms
Don’t let Donut Day pass by without If You Give Your Dog a Donut and some fun Science, Math, and Literacy Activities.
I will celebrate Doughnut Day when I go to “The World’s Best Donuts” in Grand Marais, Minnesota.
It’s on my calendar, the first Friday in June,National Doughnut Day!
If you want to excite your kiddos with the fun activities about dogs and donuts , and don’t want to make your own worksheets, enjoy this product. You can find Dog Theme Science,Math, and Literacy Activities product in my Teacher Pay Teacher Store You will have kiddos caught up in the excitement of this great Dog Themed Product.
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