1-2-3 Come Do Some Common Core Kite-Themed Activities With Me
A mini kite theme, was one of the many units I included in our March activities.
I thought other teachers might like to toss in a few kite-themed lessons, during this windy month as well, so I designed "Can Do Common Core Kites." The packet includes 14 different worksheets.
There are full-page patterns, so you can easily demonstrate what you want your kiddos to do, by making a sample.
To conserve paper, I've also included 2-on-a-page templates.
Pick and choose what's appropriate for your students.
If you're studying all of these standards, to save time, run off all of the double-page worksheets, trim on a paper cutter and collate into a mini Flying High With Common Core workbook. Use the "I Spy" a letter worksheet as your cover.
I Spy games are a quick, easy and fun way to whole group assess. Simply call out a letter. Children find and circle it then raise their hand. You can see at a glance who is having difficulty.
Once done with the game, assign however many worksheets you want your students to do that day. I used this type of activity for my morning "table top" routine.
Here are what the worksheets practice:
- Tally marks
- Numbers & number words
- Colors & color words
- An alphabet "I Spy" Kk is for kite
- Doubles addition
- Greater than & less than
- Odd & even plus
- Skip counting by 2s, 3s, 5s, & 10s.
Click on the link to view/download the Can Do Common Core Kite Worksheets.
Thanks for visiting. I caught the flu bug last week, and if you've been there, you know how difficult it is to shake. It feels good to finally be among the "living" so it's time for some fresh air.
Since spring is "officially" here, it would be nice if Mother Nature got the message and the temp would get above 40. I'm so in need of some soothing sunshine. (Anybody relate?) Wishing you a healthy and happy day.
"No winter lasts forever; no spring skips its turn." -Hal Borland