Katie Kazoo Switcheroo Seriesby Nancy Krulik
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March – April Printable ActivitiesUse these activities in March and April, to extend your class reading of the Katie Kazoo Switcheroo series.
- March Is Women's History Month, Katie Kazoo!
In celebration of Women's History Month, each student researches a woman who has made a difference in the world, and then presents her story.
- An April Fools' Joke-Off
Hold a joke-fest in your class this April Fool's Day.
- April -- A Time for Poetry
Appreciate poetry and share it with one another during Poetry Month.
- The Magic Wind Writing Activity
Students write stories and create a writing collection called The Day the Magic Wind Came to Our Katie Kazoo Crew.
- Katie Kazoo Classroom Crew Reporting 3
Students write additional newspaper articles based on events in the Katie Kazoo Switcheroo books.
- I Read to You, You Read to Me Reading Buddies
Your class can spread the love of reading by helping younger schoolmates discover all the joy that books can give.
- Katie Kazoo, Switcheroo Book Group Discussion Guide
Use this book group guide to discuss the themes and ideas in the Katie Kazoo, Switcheroo series.
- Pepper's Pet Day
Share in Katie Kazoo's love of animals by host a pet day! Students bring in drawings, photographs, videos, and stories that tell about their favorite pet.
- Katie Kazoo's "Top Ten"
Students choose their favorite holiday and write a "Top Ten" reasons list explaining why their choice is THE best holiday.
- It's Blue and It's Goo, Katie Kazoo
Have fun creating a big mess of goo with your class, while learning a bit of science too.
- Taking Care of Our Earth With Katie Kazoo
Create these unique recycling bins with your class that will not only help save the Earth, but make the whole process a lot more fun.
- Katie Kazoo: Talk About Siblings and Switcheroos
Use these discussion topics with the Katie Kazoo Switcheroo books.
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