Bulletin Boards

27 pages. Print off a copy to read to your students, or run off separate copies for them to make into a big book to take home and share with their families. These also make great anchor charts for the Letter of the Day, adjectives and alliteration.
13 pages. Help your students remember helpful reading strategies with these cute animal anchor charts. Mount them on a bulletin board as an all-year reading aid.
6 pages. Common Core State Standard: K.L1d This chart will be a great reference tool when you ask: Does anyone have any questions? Before they begin, remind them that a true QUESTION begins with one of these words!

13 pages. A wonderful way to get to know your new students and interesting ice breaker, especially for September. These make an adorable bulletin board too! A great activity after you read the book, If You Give A Mouse A Cookie.

19 pages. Common Core State Standards: 1.MD.4, 1.MD.3 A great way to learn about your students and terrific ice-breaker especially for September. These make an adorable bulletin board or hallway wall decoration!

5 pages. Glyphs are wonderful ways to whole group assess listening and following directions, students enjoy making them, and they create a lovely bulletin board or hallway decoration.

8 pages. Help students practice compare and contrast skills in a fun way by getting to know a classmate better and making a Venn Friend diagram.

2 pages. Common Core State Standards: RF.K.3c,RF.1.3c A handy reference tool for your classroom or send home as a checklist for parents. These are up-dated from an older version in another booklet. Also includes a poster of the Dolch nouns.
15 pages. 2 Class books made from March writing prompts. These make a great addition to your writing center or Daily 5 activities. Students write if they think March will go out like a lion or lamb. Includes a graphing extension and craftivity. The othe

7 pages. Plug in these 4 nursery rhymes with your March sheep-themed activities and cover this important reading genre. Includes: Baa Baa Black Sheep, Mary Had A Little Lamp, Little Bo Peep, Little Boy Blue + a nursery rhyme bookmark.

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