Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type

Happy friday everyone!  I am still focusing on the farm, over here in kinder-land!  I have to share with you this cute little project we did with the book, Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type!  
I started by reading the book to the students.  It’s an adorable farm book about cows that type letters to the farmer.

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Once we read the story, we pretended we were a group of farm animals writing a letter to the farmer.  Check out this cute one….
My favorite thing we did was we finished the sentences in the emergent reader, to show what each animal wanted!  The kids got really creative with this!   

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After reading the book, we continued our day talking about different crops that grow on the farm.  I used different resources from my Crop Literacy Unit to help teach about carrots.  The kids did a great job at labeling the carrot and writing a sentence!
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I was able to use two different printables to differentiate sentence writing.  The students could either cut and paste the sentence or print it.  They loved having the choice.  Most chose to write it, so I was happy about that!
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During center time, we did two different sorting activities.  For language arts, they sorted the CVC words by short vowel sound.


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For math, they sorted the addition sentences according to their sums.

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After they sorted the number sentence, they wrote it on their white board.

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Here is a little video to see us doing the math centers during class…
And of course, we had to make a vegetable craft to go with our crop unit!

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Thanks for reading about my Crop Unit!  Here is the freebie for the Click Clack Moo book!
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{you can click on the image to download the freebie!}

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10 responses to “Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type”

  1. Natalie Avatar

    We just read this book today, to prepare for our field trip to a dairy farm! I had them write letters, but we just used plain ol' paper. I'll definitely keep this for next time…thanks!!!

    Teachery Tidbits

  2. Amanda Avatar

    Thanks for the great freebie. I love Click Clack Moo. My son loved Giggle Giggle Quack when he was little. I had to read it ALL THE TIME! My students love those stories as well. 🙂

    Mrs. Pauley’s Kindergarten

  3. First Grade Funtastic Avatar
    First Grade Funtastic

    Thanks for all the wonderful ideas!
    First Grade Funtastic

  4. Sandi  Avatar

    We love Click Clack Moo. Thanks for the free booklet.

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  5. Jennifer Avatar

    So stinkin cute girl! Thanks for sharing it!
    Rowdy in First Grade

  6. Sarah Hankinson Avatar
    Sarah Hankinson

    This story is a favorite in my class – thanks for the great freebie!

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  7. Jessica Avatar

    AHHH!! I love your freebie! We totally wrote the same letters a few weeks ago so I will definitely be using this next year!!! Thank you so much Michelle! 🙂

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  8. Unknown Avatar

    Hi, I would like to use your freebie on Click Clack Moo however its not available at your store. Can you please email me the file. Thank you. [email protected]

  9. Ms. Bybee Avatar
    Ms. Bybee

    I too was looking for your freebie and could not find it. I would love to have a copy of it emailed to me if possible. I love the crop stuff too; that I found. [email protected]

  10. Unknown Avatar

    Could you e-mail a copy of the farmer brown letter? I cannot find one either!