Help your students remember the parts of a story, with this cute anchor chart-poster. This FREEBIE is part of my jumbo Miss Nelson is Missing Literacy & Math packet in my TpT shop. click on the link to pop on over. For your convenience, I've included a PREVIEW here.
Here are 10 back to school classroom management posters, to help celebrate the best year yet!
Review parts of speech with these adorable gingerbread anchor chart posters. The posters include one for nouns, verbs, adjectives, pronouns and adverbs.
I made 3 fire safety poster options, using a fire safety song (author unknown) to help your students remember to dial 9-1-1 in an emergency.
Use these alphabet anchor charts to help students remember and recognize lowercase letters. I've also included 2 worksheets for practice. Afterwards, have students choose 2 letters from 2 of the categories and complete the Venn diagram. This FREEBIE is part of my large, Alphabet Activities packet on TpT. Click on the link to pop on over. For your convenience I've included a preview.
Use this anchor chart, fall leaf poster, as an assessment tool. Point to each of the numbered leaves in random order. Have students tell you what number that is. Likewise, ask them "Where's the number 5?"
I love the quote by Haim Ginott. It is so true, and rather mind boggling to realize the impact we have on students' lives, and the huge responsibility that entails. I designed this little poster, so that you can hang it up inside your teacher's cupboard or closet, as a gentle reminder. If you like it; print off some copies for your teacher friends and tuck them in their mailboxes, as a thoughtful way to wish them a wonderful year. May yours be filled with excitement and plenty of memory-making moments.
I found with teaching little ones, keeping rules simple and then demonstrating them, set the stage for a great year. Hang up this simple rules poster and use it as an easy way to review and remind.
I know a lot of teachers have a Dr. Seuss theme for their classrooms, so I thought I'd make an activity you can do with your students on the first day of school. Simply run off the template. Students write the things they enjoyed doing the most on each stripe of the cat's hat. Add a first day photo for that finishing touch. There's a hat without the 1st day sentence as well, so you can use this activity during March's celebration of Seuss.