Reading


10 pages.

Help your students understand concepts of print with this interesting literacy packet for Jan Brett's The Mitten.  Graphics janbrett.com

3 pages.

Use these pocket cards to review Jan Brett's story The Mitten.  Students correct letters that should be capitalized and add end punctuation. Animal graphics by janbrett.com

3 pages.

Help students retell Jan Brett's Ukrainian folktale The Mitten by making this cute mitten slider. 

2 pages.

Here's a list of 77 of my all-time favorite children's books to read in January.

10 pages.

Lots of standards are covered with this interesting, snowman-themed emergent reader, as students read the repetitive sentences, circle capital letters, add end punctuation, trace and write the words, and color the pictures.  Days of the week + color words are reinforced.

5 pages.

Packet includes 3 mitten Venn diagrams including 1 where students compare and contrast 2 animal characters from the story The Mitten.

14 pages.

This packet is chock full of activities to go along with Jan Brett's story, The Mitten. 

15 pages.

Run the mitten pattern off on a variety of colors of construction paper.  I wanted mine to have a red mitten with a green cuff + a green mitten with a red cuff, so I ran off two of each page (one on red and one on green).  Laminate, trim and then cut the cuffs off so that you create puzzles for a Magic e Mitten Matching Game. 

15 pages.

If your students enjoy The Diary of a Wimpy Kid, they're sure to get excited about this very creative writing prompt.  Includes templates to make a file-folder diary, diary pages, clip art to decorate their diary cover with, or use these as incentives and give them to students for good writing, effort, improvement etc. I've also included 30 writing prompt ideas to jump start your students' creative minds.

25 pages.

If you have an Elf On A Shelf in your classroom, a super-fun writing extension is to have your students keep a journal of the elf's daily adventures.  I've included prompts for PK as well as older kiddo's.   Encourage them to illustrate their page.  Make the journals out of file folders and have students decorate their cover. 

 

 

 

 

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