The Day the Classroom Rebelled PowerPoint

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  • , rated this resource Aug 7th
  • I have just finished reading "The Day the Crayons Quit" and "The Day teh Crayons Came Home" to my class, which they loved. Looking forward to reading this to them today.

    , Mar 2nd
    • Hi Gillrox,
      It's always lovely to hear that people like our resources. Thank you so much for letting us know ! :)

      , Mar 2nd
  • This looks great! I'm going to use it to support and follow on, from our work on 'The Day the Crayons Quit'.

    , Jan 5th
    • Hi Nellyrell,
      It's great to hear you like the resource - Thanks for sharing! :)

      , Jan 5th
This PowerPoint is inspired by the book, 'The Day the Crayons Quit' by Drew Daywalt. It features a selection of stories told through the eyes of different stationary items children use in the classroom. After reading the stories, children will learn the importance of taking care of equipment and resources in their own classroom. These stories can be used as writing prompts, and students can write their own letters from the perspective of different stationary items.
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