Getting to the Core

1-2-3 Come Compare With Me The Very Hungry Caterpillar With The Very Lonely Firefly

Besides The Very Hungry Caterpillar, another of my students’ favorite Eric Carle stories is The Very Lonely Firefly.

activities for the very lonely firefly, very hungry caterpillar activities, firefly activities, story sliders, eric carle book activitiesI do a big butterfly unit in April, and a sampling of other insects in May/June (fireflies, ladybugs & bumble bees).

With that in mind, I designed some activities for The Very Lonely Firefly, along with a few, which also give students an opportunity to compareThe Very Hungry Caterpillar” story to “The Very Lonely Firefly”.

activities for the very lonely firefly, very hungry caterpillar activities, firefly activities, story sliders, eric carle book activitiesThere are 2 Venn diagrams, as well as 2 graphing extensions and a writing prompt for this specific comparison.

The B&W “The Very Lonely Firefly”  Itty Bitty” booklet, is another way to practice these standards.

activities for the very lonely firefly, very hungry caterpillar activities, firefly activities, story sliders, eric carle book activitiesThere’s also a “color me” bookmark, and colorful set of sequencing cards, which can be used in an independent center, as well as for Memory Match and “I Have; Who Has?” games.

The packet also includes several worksheets, one you can use as a whole-group assessment of the story, while reviewing ordinal numbers too.

aThere's also a graphic organizer for “beginning-middle-end”, plus pocket chart cards for story elements

Since my "story sliders" continue to be really popular, I’ve also included 2 firefly “slider” craftivities, which will help reinforce the sequence of The Very Lonely Firefly, as well as the ability to retell the story. 

firefly crafts, activities for the very lonely firefly, very hungry caterpillar activities, firefly activities, story sliders, eric carle book activitiesThe "whole-picture" slider, is perfect for little ones as they simply color the pictures, while the "color, cut & glue" version is great for fine motor scissor practice, which helps strengthen those finger and hand muscles. 

As you can see by the photograph, there are 4 options for making the head of the firefly.

For that finishing touch, add some gold pipe cleaner antennae. Wiggle eyes give it that 3D pop too.

father's day card, father's day writing prompts, father's day crafts, firefly crafts, activities for the very lonely firefly, very hungry caterpillar activities, firefly activities, story sliders, eric carle book activitiesSince Father's Day is just around the corner, today's FREEBIE is something special for dad. 

Younger kiddos can simply make the craft, while older students can "hinge" the golf ball to make a writing prompt card, explaining why they think their dad is "tee-rrific".

firefly crafts, activities for the very lonely firefly, very hungry caterpillar activities, firefly activities, story sliders, eric carle book activitiesThat's it for today.  Thanks for visiting. Time to go water my garden and take my poodle pup Chloe for a walk.  Wishing you a wonderful day.

"My father gave me the greatest gift anyone could give another person, he believed in me."-Jim Valvano

1-2-3 Come Do Some Super-Fun Firefly Activities With Me

Fireflies are a special part of my wonderful childhood memories. Grama used to say that they are "nature's fireworks"

firefly activities, firefly crafts, lifecycle of a firefly, firefly games, firefly word find, firefly poems, firefly photographsStudying them is a super-fun way to learn all sorts of science too, so with that in mind, I designed my newest packet: Firefly Fun.

I had such a great time researching and making firefly-themed goodies, that  a few simple ideas exploded into a 244-page firefly packet a zillion hours later!

firefly activities, firefly crafts, lifecycle of a firefly, firefly games, firefly word find, firefly poems, firefly photographsIt’s stuffed with a helping of science, language arts, and a bit of math thrown in as well.

The packet includes:

firefly activities, firefly crafts, lifecycle of a firefly, firefly games, firefly word find, firefly poems, firefly photographs* 5 Life Cycle Craftivities which include “Flip for Facts”, Life Cycle Fan Booklet, Cycle Circle Puzzle, Life Cycle Wheel, plus Life Cycle Number Puzzles, which practice counting forwards, backwards, as well as skip counting by 2s, 3s, 5s and 10s.

All of these craftivities come in full color, so teachers can easily make a sample to share, plus black & white for students.

firefly activities, firefly crafts, lifecycle of a firefly, firefly games, firefly word find, firefly poems, firefly photographs* 15 worksheets that practice a variety of skills and standards, includes answer keys, along with a variety of  Posters, plus  6 Poems.

* There's also a “Let’s Count Fireflies” keepsake fingerprint booklet, with  0-10 number & number word cards, plus a blank set to program more, as well as a set of math symbol cards for making equations and showing greater & less than.

* The “I Spy A Firefly” worksheet game is a super-fun way to whole group assess numbers 0-10, and the 60, firefly mini tiles on a page, can also be used math games showing groups/sets.   

firefly activities, firefly crafts, lifecycle of a firefly, firefly games, firefly word find, firefly poems, firefly photographs* The variety of colorful puzzles can be used for a center, while students can use the BW patterns to make their own.  
* I've also included 10 real photographs of fireflies during their various stages of life; plus . . .

firefly activities, firefly crafts, lifecycle of a firefly, firefly games, firefly word find, firefly poems, firefly photographs* Non fiction text about the life cycle of a firefly, with comprehension assessments and a list of interesting firefly facts.

* There are 26, (8x10) “Flash Me A Firefly Fact” posters you can use as flashcards or a bulletin board display, with blank patterns so students can write their own, plus a cover to make a class book.

* Use the upper & lowercase firefly alphabet cards, for a variety of games, like “Kaboom!”, which are explained in the 3-page tip list.

firefly activities, firefly crafts, lifecycle of a firefly, firefly games, firefly word find, firefly poems, firefly photographs* A Firefly Slider Craftivity helps practice letters, numbers 0-30, counting backwards from 10-0 & 20-0, plus skip counting by 2s, 3s, 5s & 10s, as well as 2D shapes. For more math practice, I've included 4 graphing extensions.

firefly activities, firefly crafts, lifecycle of a firefly, firefly games, firefly word find, firefly poems, firefly photographs* A “Rip & Tear” 3D firefly craftivity, is not only great fun, but will help strengthen your students hand and finger muscles.  Completed projects make a sweet bulletin board too.

* There are also a variety of Writing Prompts, along with “Blinky The Firefly” A silly -ight word family story


firefly activities, firefly crafts, lifecycle of a firefly, firefly games, firefly word find, firefly poems, firefly photographs* Since “Fireflies flit, flicker and flutter” I've also included an FL blend poster, worksheet and alphabetical list of words.

firefly activities, firefly crafts, lifecycle of a firefly, firefly games, firefly word find, firefly poems, firefly photographs* My Y5s and grandchildren loved making the magical “Night Wash” watercolor craftivity, which you can also do with your students' names.

* “Have You Seen A Firefly?” and “If I Were A Firefly” are quick, easy and fun writing prompts, with covers to make class books.

* While the “Help Save The Fireflies” (Cause & Effect or Persuasive) writing prompt is great for older kiddos. 

firefly activities, firefly crafts, lifecycle of a firefly, firefly games, firefly word find, firefly poems, firefly photographsOne of my personal favorite crafts, is the jar filled with fingerprint fireflies.  We do this after reading the story 10 Flashing Fireflies, by Philemon Sturges. 

For extra pizzazz cut the jar lids out of aluminum foil. The mommies of my Y5s especially loved this "You light up my life with love" keepsake craft. 

I've included a bookmark with that sentiment that kiddos can also color.

* Finally, the ”Wishing a bright student a glowing year/summer” bookmarks are a quick & inexpensive little something you can give your students at the end or beginning of the year.

I attach a glow-in-the-dark bracelet as a special gift.  You can buy a pack of 10 at The Dollar Store. 

To celebrate summer and all that parents and teachers do for children, I'm pricing this 244-page whopper at just $6.95.  I truly hope you enjoy it as much as I did creating this labor of love.  Click on the link to take a look: Firefly Fun.

orange you glad end of the year treat, treat bags for school, back to school treat bagsToday's featured FREEBIE ("Orange You Glad ...") is an end or beginning of the year treat that you can give your students. Hope you find it useful.

orange you glad end of the year treat, treat bags for school, back to school treat bagsWell that's it for today. TGIF and time for some super-fun in the sun.

Wishing you a relaxing and enjoyable rest of the school year as you count down the days. 

"The roots of education are sometimes bitter, but the fruit is sweet." -Aristotle


1-2-3 Come De-Stress With Me

As teachers and parents we know how hectic the end of the school year is. 

end of the year activities, end of the year awards, end of the year writing promptsWhile it's certainly exciting, your "to do" list may be a bit overwhelming right now.

Giving certificates, ribbons, candy bar awards etc. is truly exciting and fun for students, but let’s face it; it’s another thing that takes more work on your part.   

end of the year activities, end of the year awards, end of the year writing promptsWith this in mind, I designed the Do It Themselves (DIT) Awards.  All you do is decide what you want your students to work on, then run off the “ingredients”.  The focus is now off you, and on your students. 

They pick a partner, interview them and design an Achievement Folder especially for their classmate.  There is a huge variety of award options in the packet, so each student's will be different and tailor-made for their friend. 

end of the year red carpet celebration, awards ceremony for the end of the year, end of the year awards, end of the year activities, student made awards, end of the year certificates, certificates, end of the year writing activitiesMany of the activities in the packet also work perfectly for "bucket fillers" and as separate end-of-the-year writing prompts that make awesome bulletin boards; such as the "high-flying balloon". 

This can be done as computer-generated word art using words to describe a fellow classmate, themselves, or things associated with their wonderful year in kindergarten, or done by hand using the balloon template. (The photo shows it being used on the Award Folder).end of the year red carpet celebration, awards ceremony for the end of the year, end of the year awards, end of the year activities, student made awards, end of the year certificates, certificates, end of the year writing activities

end of the year red carpet celebration, awards ceremony for the end of the year, end of the year awards, end of the year activities, student made awards, end of the year certificates, certificates, end of the year writing activitiesThe "You're a Sharp Student" writing prompt pencil, is another one that also stands alone, and perfect for an end-of-the-year "bucket filling" activity.

On awards day children also run the show, as they call their friend up and give this awesome gift to them, proudly sharing with the rest of the class what they’ve created. 

end of the year red carpet celebration, awards ceremony for the end of the year, end of the year awards, end of the year activities, student made awards, end of the year certificates, certificates, end of the year writing activitiesBelieve me, your kiddos will really be excited for Awards Day, not so much because they are receiving an award, but because they made one and get to be a presenter!

end of the year red carpet celebration, awards ceremony for the end of the year, end of the year awards, end of the year activities, student made awards, end of the year certificates, certificates, end of the year writing activitiesBecause students are making these, they are practicing a variety of skills you’ve helped them master throughout the year. 

They also know how much work went into creating it, so they are much more appreciative than if you had done all of the work. 

end of the year red carpet celebration, awards ceremony for the end of the year, end of the year awards, end of the year activities, student made awards, end of the year certificates, certificates, end of the year writing activitiesThis activity fits in well with your Daily 5, writing block, or as an independent center.

You decide how many award items you want your kiddos to include.  I've made samples using 2 folders glued together, as well as a single Award Folder using a variety of options.

What would have been a pile of extra “homework” for you, now turns into a super-fun classroom crafivity for your students that they can happily work on independently, freeing you up to check other things off on your "to do" list!

end of the year red carpet celebration, awards ceremony for the end of the year, end of the year awards, end of the year activities, student made awards, end of the year certificates, certificates, end of the year writing activitiesYou can still buy those candy bars, but keep in mind this might not be your students' favorite candy. Just because a particular kind of candy fits a cute slogan, does not mean they'll be thrilled with it.

Once again, I like to make the "treat" thing totally DIT, so I’ve included a note home to parents letting them know what their child is working on.  

Via their interview, each child now knows their classmate’s 3 favorite types of candy.   Parents are asked to give their child a job to earn that dollar, then take them to the store to buy ONE of those items. 

end of the year red carpet celebration, awards ceremony for the end of the year, end of the year awards, end of the year activities, student made awards, end of the year certificates, certificates, end of the year writing activitiesShopping for the candy goes on our "chore" list. However, children get truly excited about this, which helps make them beyond thrilled on Awards Day, and that favorite candy treat especially sweet. 

I've also provided headers for them to add to their treat Baggie

As children present their awards, self-esteem is built on both the receiving end, as well as making the presenter feel especially important too.

You’re teaching valuable life skills, and each child is getting a treat that they will truly enjoy, plus you save yourself time, gas, and at least $15, at the same time shortening that “To Do” list in the process!

end of the year red carpet celebration, awards ceremony for the end of the year, end of the year awards, end of the year activities, student made awards, end of the year certificates, certificates, end of the year writing activitiesWin-win; woo hoo! Take a bow! You deserve an award. The packet is a whopping 150 pages long (!) so you have plenty of options to choose from.

After students pick a partner, give them several days to work on their folder.  Remind them that this is all "top secret" and they shouldn't share what they are doing with anyone. 

end of the year red carpet celebration, awards ceremony for the end of the year, end of the year awards, end of the year activities, student made awards, end of the year certificates, certificates, end of the year writing activitiesThe packet includes:

  • 14 certificates
  • 3 ribbon badges

end of the year red carpet celebration, awards ceremony for the end of the year, end of the year awards, end of the year activities, student made awards, end of the year certificates, certificates, end of the year writing activities14 "I'd like to praise my friend" writing prompt worksheets

  • end of the year red carpet celebration, awards ceremony for the end of the year, end of the year awards, end of the year activities, student made awards, end of the year certificates, certificates, end of the year writing activitiesA "Tweet It!" writing prompt bookmark.
  • A "Text It!" iPhone writing prompt, with samples of each.
  • (Besides using these for the Award Folder, students could also "Text" and "Tweet" a note to one of your next year's students.)
  • A "Star Qualities" writing prompt bookmark.
  • A Wanted poster writing prompt.

An alphabetical list of 236 positive adjectives to help describe their classmate.

An interview-investigation worksheet to collect data.

end of the year red carpet celebration, awards ceremony for the end of the year, end of the year awards, end of the year activities, student made awards, end of the year certificates, certificates, end of the year writing activitiesend of the year red carpet celebration, awards ceremony for the end of the year, end of the year awards, end of the year activities, student made awards, end of the year certificates, certificates, end of the year writing activities53 page options to make a  "Flipping Over Your Awesome Achivements" booklet.  With a full-color sample booklet for you to share with your students, to help explain things.

  • end of the year red carpet celebration, awards ceremony for the end of the year, end of the year awards, end of the year activities, student made awards, end of the year certificates, certificates, end of the year writing activitiesA medal of honor.
  • A trophy, balloon, high-five, pencil, pennant and star writing prompt worksheets.
  • An explanation and list of 8 word cloud websites with word art ideas and matching samples.

end of the year red carpet celebration, awards ceremony for the end of the year, end of the year awards, end of the year activities, student made awards, end of the year certificates, certificates, end of the year word search, end of the year writing activitiesAn explanation and list of word search options, to make a  complimentary word find that describes their classmate, plus 4 samples.

  • What a super-fun way to increase vocabulary and practice spelling too!
  • 5 templates filled with "You Rock", "You're a sharp student", "High Fives", "Applauding you" and  "You're a star student", stickers to embellish their folder with.
  • And finally, lots of samples and photographs to make things easy and give you some ideas.

text it samples free wow mini praise writing promptsSince you waded through this long blog, you deserve not one, but 3 little FREEBIES from the packet. 

tweet it writing prompt bookmarkThere's the iPhone "Text It" freebie with 2 samples, the "Tweet It!" bookmark writing prompt, with a sample, a "Wow!" mini award certificate, where you can write in whatever you want in the "speech bubble", and finally, the list of 236 positive adjectives.   Click on the link to enjoy them.

Well that's it for today.  Thanks for stopping by. Wishing you a wonderful time celebrating the end of the year and all you've accomplished.   end of the year red carpet celebration, awards ceremony for the end of the year, end of the year awards, end of the year activities, student made awards, end of the year certificates, certificates, end of the year writing activities

"Tan lines may fade, but summer memories last a lifetime." -Unknown 

1-2-3 Come Do Some End Of The Year Activities With Me

I was always looking for some quick, easy and educational activities that would be fun for my kiddos to do during those last few weeks of school. 

Things they could work on independently that didn't take a lot of prep or explanation on my part, which would free me up to finish assessing or complete the myriad of other "have to get done" things.

Today's article features 2 of my favorites.  First up is my "Autograph Packet"There are 3 autograph booklets to choose from.

end of the year activities, memory books, autograph booklets* The pencil, is for older students,
* The schoolhouse works for just about anyone, as well as the "play-on-words" auto-themed auto-graph booklet.

However, I did have an early-elementary crowd in mind when I made the automobile one, as I included a full-page option because little ones tend to write so big. The others are 2-on-a-page for speedy printing.

The packet includes black & white autograph pages, featuring adorable graphics for your kiddos to color, should you choose the auto or schoolhouse options. (More "happily engaged" time.)

Unlike an entire memory book that would be a bit difficult for little ones to do on their own, they feel extremely proud that they can write their name and really enjoy collecting their classmates' signatures as well.

Because the pencil is for older students, simply cut some blank pages (perhaps fun neon-colored copy paper) and staple together.

Another super-fun activity is  making some thank you cards to show your appreciation for staff and others that have helped you through the year. 

This is an educationally relevant activity, plus a great way to teach this valuable life skill. Letting people know you care, especially fits in with those schools who have taken part in a bucket-filling program.  

teacher appreciation ideas, teacher appreciation cards, end of the year activities, end of the year crafts, thank you cards, end of the year thank you cards, end of the year teacher appreciation, bus driver card, I find that children are anxious to make something for these individuals, as they have really come to care for them.  With that in mind, I designed the "Thank You! End-Of-The-Year Appreciation Packet", which includes a nice variety of "craftivities" for you to choose from.

teacher appreciation ideas, teacher appreciation cards, end of the year activities, end of the year crafts, thank you cards, end of the year thank you cards, end of the year teacher appreciation, bus driver card, The "Thanks a Bunch Bouquet" is a quick, easy and lovely thank you card for a room helper, librarian, secretary, student teacher, or whomever else you’d like to show your appreciation for.  A parent could also make this for the teacher.

Simply print off the vase of flowers, along with a color or black and white copy of your class’s group picture.  Cut the children’s head shots into circles. You or they can glue to the center of the flowers. 

I made enough centers for 30 students and one teacher.  I’d put your photo in the flower that’s fallen, as it stands out.  For a less feminine option, I’ve also included a "Thanks a bunch!" pattern, with a set of  balloons. 

teacher appreciation ideas, teacher appreciation cards, end of the year activities, end of the year crafts, thank you cards, end of the year thank you cards, end of the year teacher appreciation, bus driver card, I’ve also written a little thank you poem that generically fits just about anyone.  You can glue this inside the card as well, then sign Love, Mr(s) ______________’s  2016 kindergarten class etc. (You fill in your name, the year and grade.)

teacher appreciation ideas, teacher appreciation cards, end of the year activities, end of the year crafts, thank you cards, end of the year thank you cards, end of the year teacher appreciation, bus driver card, If you want this activity to include some writing practice, students can also complete the “Thank you for . . .” writing prompt worksheets or bookmarks that can be glued inside, or on the back of the card as well.   Each child simply writes one sentence. 

This can be done at an independent center, or you can fill in the page as a whole group.  For preschool children, have each child dictate what they’d like to thank that person for and you write it down.

teacher appreciation ideas, teacher appreciation cards, end of the year activities, end of the year crafts, thank you cards, end of the year thank you cards, end of the year teacher appreciation, bus driver card, Another option is the Thank you acrostic poem.  Older students can each do one.  

To make things easier, I allow students to write a "sentence" or phrase, if they can’t think of an adjective that starts with that letter; such as "A" = “Always there for us.” or for the letter "Y", “You are great!”

Younger students can do this with you during a whole-group brainstorming session.   Choose children to color in the letters.  This too, is another little something that can be glued inside the card along with the heart that says: "Thank you! Thank you! You're so nice.  Simply had to say it twice."

teacher appreciation ideas, teacher appreciation cards, letter cards that spell out thank you, end of the year activities, end of the year crafts, thank you cards, end of the year thank you cards, end of the year teacher appreciation, bus driver card, For another option, I’ve also included large 8x10 letter cards that spell out “Thank you!” .  Break up your children into small groups and have them color their group's letter.  For a truly awesome-looking stained-glass appearance, remind them to color each section a different color.

Glue each letter to a variety of colors of construction paper. Arrange your students in a group.  The front nine children each hold a letter and the exclamation point card, so that they spell “Thank you!”  Take a picture.  Use this photo to glue to the inside, or for the cover, of your thank you card(s).

teacher appreciation ideas, teacher appreciation cards, end of the year activities, end of the year crafts, thank you cards, end of the year thank you cards, end of the year teacher appreciation, bus driver card, If you have the time, why not thank the bus drivers?

Simply run off the bus pattern on yellow construction paper.  Children trim and “hinge” the "grill" to the matching section of the larger bus, so that it flips open to reveal a handwritten message from the child. 

For that finishing touch, add a photo of themselves in the bus seat. I cannot begin to tell you how many of my students' bus drivers LOVED this card. 

Theirs is often a thankless job (I certainly couldn't do it!) and they were truly touched.  Some taped them inside the bus!

end of the year activities, end of the year poem, end of the year ideas, memory booksThese simple acts of kindness, go a long way in touching an individual’s heart and making them feel truly appreciated.  I hope you make the time to "pay it forward" today. You just never know how far that "ripple" of joy grows.  

Today's featured FREEBIE is an end of the year alphabet poem.  Simply run it off and tuck in your kiddos' backpacks on that last day of school.   I've included full color, as well as black & white templates for PK-4 through 1st grade.

thank you cards, end of the year activities, end of the year crafts, end of the year appreciation, volunteer thank you activitiesWell that's it for today. Thanks for visiting. I love my early morning time before things get hot and sticky. Once again Michigan has skipped spring and zipped into summer weather. 

Wishing you a day filled with everyone and everything you enjoy the most. 

"Educating the mind without educating the heart, is no education at all." -Aristotle

1-2-3 Please Come Celebrate With Me

salebrationWoo Hoo! I’m celebrating my one-year anniversary on TpT by throwing a “Sale-ebration!”

The party starts on Friday, May 20th 2016 and runs through Saturday May 21st.

Besides my entire store being 20% off, (The max TpT allows) here are some of the other fun-tastic things I’m offering:

Follower Fun:
* As a special thank you to my followers who have purchased 5-10 items from me, you may pick ANY item from my store for FREE!

* Simply send me an e-mail at dianetpt@gmail.com letting me know which item you want and I will e-mail it to you, or if the file is too large, I’ll put it in DROP BOX.

* If you’ve bought 11 or more items, you get to pick any TWO items for FREEJust a small token of my appreciation and to thank you so much for your support!

salebrationFeatured Fun:
* Each day there will be a paid item offered as a “Flash FREEBIE”. It will be posted under the banner in the section called Featured Items.

* If I get at least 15 new comments for the FREEBIE, I will post another free item on Sunday.

* Also listed in “Featured Items” will be a “Flash Dollar Deal From Diane”. This will be an item that’s currently priced higher.

* The 3rd box will be a “Knock It Off!” item. Where I knocked a dollar more off the sale price.

* The 4th box will be that day’s 50% off item!  Plus . . .

salebrationFace Book Fun:
* If you pop on over to my Face Book page: http://bit.ly/1rXmkNo you’ll be able to read about that day’s “SECRET SURPRISES” which include 2 extra FREEBIES, with links to them in my TpT shop. 

saturdays secret surprise* There will be a set of surprises for Friday as well as Saturday.  Information will be listed under these posters pictured here.

* Also on my Face Book page, you can enter to win ANY item in my store for FREE.  Simply message me on Face Book with your e-mail address, so that it remains private.

No need to enter twice, if you don’t win on Friday, you’re still in the drawing for Saturday.  I’ll announce the winner the next day and you can let me know what item you want then.

It’s not necessary, but while you’re there, I’d so appreciate it if you’d LIKE my page and leave a COMMENT if you have time.

* Finally, I don’t know if I’ll get much done, but if I post a new item, that will be 50% off for 24 hours.

A  very special THANK YOU to all of my followers, visitors and people who have purchased something from me this past year.  I truly appreciate it!

salebrationPlease feel free to leave a comment as to what you’d like to see at 50%, or put out as a flash FREEBIE, or done as a flash Dollar Deal.  

You can also e-mail me at dianetpt@gmail.com I value your in-put. 

Well that's it.  I sure hope you can stop by my shop to help me celebrate. 

My grandma Lydia was right; the older you get, the faster time flies. Can't believe I've been on TpT for an entire year! 

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