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Participants: Fun! Leader: Watching flashing fireworks when the day is done. Would it be boring, or would it be fun? Participants: Fun! Leader: Running a great race, and being number one. Would it be boring, or would it be fun? Participants: Fun! Leader: Eating a fancy dinner, grownups: 20, children: one. Would it be boring, or would it be fun? Participants: Boring! 13 A Picture of a Finished Funny Face Procedure: ■ Show the clown pictures. Ask students to name some places that they might see clowns.
Glue them in the book. 12 A B Book Pattern 41 Section 2: Consonants Unit 7: F F IS FOR FUN! W rite a letter F on the board and explain that the word feeling begins with an F. Ask students to name other words that begin with the same sound. Possibilities include fast, find, four, fin, fit, fame, fort, family, fair, fine, and fish. If necessary give riddle clues such as: It swims in the sea. It has fins and gills. It starts with an F. What is it? Next, ask students to name some things that are fun to do.
Encourage them to look at you, or each other, and notice various facial features they might need. Possibilities include eyes, noses, mouths, eyebrows, eyelids, eyelashes, and lips. Point out that the sun does not have hair, but it does have rays, which may be depicted as wavy lines, zigzags, or straight lines radiating outward. For additional inspiration, share the classic picture book, Arrow to the Sun: A Pueblo Indian Tale by Gerald McDermott or show pictures of masks or of sun symbols from the library media collection.