You don't, and that's the truth. You can give as many excuses as you like. 'I'm being a hero!' 'I'm saving so many lives!' But, in the end, you had to make the decision as to whether or not someone will live, and you will choose wrong every time. Because, you see, there is no right answer. -Dark Meetings
Have students color, cut, fold, and paste to make a story cube that can be used to retell "The Gingerbread Man" and talk about 3D shapes. (K.RL.2) (K.G.5) Leave a comment if you would like to see other story cubes. I had fun creating the template! (Free pdf attached to easily print the template)
"I'm finally free!" "Grandmother? But Father told me that you were arrested for Grandfather's murder." "Ha. Your father lied to you. He trapped me in here as punishment, just like every other criminal he's found too violent for the real world. Including ones from the future."