We were learning about spiders this past week so I made several spider stories available for my students to read.
Students can also explore on their own and make choices about the books they want to read. Here, one of my students is in the "explore" section of the app where he can choose the type of book he wants to read. For example, he can choose from adventures, fairy tales, make believe, and classics to name a few.
I used this as a center this week and told the students they had to use Farfaria during their center time.
During the day, I also let my early finishers use the ipad and noticed that most of them were revisiting this app time and time again.
In the picture below, I have shown a couple of stories that I will definitely be using in the future. "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" will go perfectly with the story "Jack and the Wolf" that is in our Journey's basil. I will be having my students compare and contrast the two stories. We will also be using the story "Ben Franklin and the Kiteboard" when we do our Ben Franklin study.
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