1-2-3 Come Color With Me
I'm always looking for quick, easy and fun ways for my Y5s to practice writing their names, so I designed this crayon-themed name writing packet where children can reinforce identifying colors at the same time. (Multi-tasking time saving bonus! Woo hoo.)
The packet includes a booklet with enough room so that students can write their name as many as 3 times.
This can be done all at once, or over a period of time, so that the booklet shows added improvement. Great for sharing at conferences!
There's also a set of name cards. Write your students' names on the unlined card so they can refer to it when they're making their booklet.
For added practice, laminate the lined cards, so students can practice writing their name with a dry erase marker.
I've included pocket chart-size color cards too. Use them as flashcards and post so that children can refer to this "anchor chart". Nice for your word wall.
There's a matching bookmark- size with 6-on-a-page to give your students. The "My Favorite Color Crayon Is . . ." worksheet provides another name writing opportunity as well.
Completed projects make a sweet bulletin board.
My kiddos absolutely love "spying" their name, so I've included an "I spy my name" color-me worksheet, as well as a certificate of praise kiddos can color after they've finished their name booklet.
Today's featured FREEBIE also has a crayon theme. The saying, "For 'crayon' out loud!" was the "pinspiration" behind this 20-page, classroom management For Crayon Out Loud packet that I hope you'll enjoy.
The packet includes:
* Crayon bookmarks
* A blank poster with a crayon border, for you to use as stationery or fill in your own rules
*Student crayon (Use with the traffic light program or as a bookmark, or run off on different colors of construction paper and write in the matching color word, then put up on your word wall.)
* 3 dot-to-dot behavior modification crayon sheets. These are a quick and easy way to help students stay focused and on task. And finally...
Well that's it for today. Thanks for stopping by.
Wishing you a rainbow bright and stress free day.
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