1-2-3 Come Do A Few More Scarecrow Activities With Me
I enjoy making ABC cards; they don't take that long, so I'm always happy to oblige special requests, even if they come from only one visitor. I think others will also enjoy them as well.
Click on the link to view/download the scarecrow alphabet cards, along with a 3-page tip list of what else to use them for, and some "Kaboom!" cards to make alphabet games even more fun.
Click on the link to view/download The Scarecrow's Nose Shape Slider. For extra pizzazz I added "straw" that was made by running yellow construction paper through my husband's shredder!
Children are bound to get antsy when doing seatwork, so I liked to include some gross motor activities to help get the "wiggles" out. Brain breaks are equally important. I tried to include my theme whenever I could.
One of my Y5's favorite movement-songs was This Scarecrow. It's sung to the tune of This Old Man. The packet is filled with lots of silly rhyming fun.
I hope your kiddo's enjoy "snapping, clapping, tapping, and slapping" as much as mine did. Click on the link to view/download it.
Finally, because it's difficult to fit in science to an already packed day, I try and design things that incorporate some science, along with a variety of other Common Core State Standards. My Scarecrow's Senses does just that.
Students read, trace, write, add end punctuation, underline the adjectives and color. After asking the scarecrow what he see's, hears, feels, smells and tastes, it's the child's turn to write about their autumn senses. Click on the link to view/download My Scarecrow's Senses.
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"For in every adult there dwells the child that was, and in every child there lies the adult that will be." -John Connolly
Looking for some easy readers that reinforce number and color words while helping little ones count?
You’ve come to the right place. I’ve been busy dreaming up some really cute ones for spring, or ones that would be generic enough to plug in any time.
I think these will amuse your students. I even have one with a baseball theme to get those boys interested!
Students trace and write the color and number words, then circle the correct number in the sequence and color that many objects.
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Click on the links for the following easy reader color and count booklets: Pretty Petals, Let’s Go (Baseball Color and Count), My Sunglasses, and My Colorful Fruit. I’m working on booklets appropriate for every month so pop by often.
These make great Daily 5 activities.
Feel free to PIN anything you think other teachers might enjoy as well and pop on in tomorrow for some more ideas too.