Monday, June 3, 2019

Week 37 PBID Question

Today starts the last full week of school in my district, but this will NOT be the last question of the PBID Challenge. Oh, no, no, no! Even though there is only one day of school next week, there will be a question next Monday, and the answer video will be posted on the same day. So check back next Monday for the answer video for Week 37, a new question for Week 38, and another answer video for Week 38.

There will also be some new questions posted over the summer! The new questions will be posted sporadically, but if you're receiving email updates, you'll still get a notice every time there's a new question.

Ok, back to Week 37. If this really was the last ever question of the #PBIDchallenge, then we all might feel like these two guys. Grrrrrrumpy! But these guys are grumpy about something completely different.


Why are these guys mad at each other? 
BONUS: What happens to them when they are left outside?

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  1. Mrs. Anderson's 2nd Grade ClassJune 3, 2019 at 9:56 AM

    They both think that they are the color of the sun.

    Bonus: They were melted together and now neither one wants to be the color of the sun.

  2. So, these two are mad at each other because they each thought they should be the color of the sun instead of the other. They ended up getting melted together when they were left outside. They realized that they really don't want to be the color of the sun any more! They both decided that green could be the color of the sun.
    ~Mrs. Smith's Class

  3. They both think they are the only color of the sun. And they both melt together in the The Day the Crayons Came Home.

  4. The crayons are crabby because they think the each other is not the color of the sun. They also get left outside and melt together.

  5. They were mad at each other because they were arguing who was the color of the sun. Bonus question - When they went outside, they melted together. - Mrs. Rogus' 2nd graders


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