There are lots of things you can do with these large lowercase letters: Use them as anchor charts, flashcards, Play-doh mats, or run them off on a variety of colors of construction paper; laminate and cut them out to make a border, or have them going up a large Chicka Boom tree.
There are lots of things you can do with these large letters: Use them as anchor charts, flashcards, Play-doh mats, or run them off on a variety of colors of construction paper; laminate and cut them out to make a border, or have them going up a large Chicka Boom tree.
If you're looking for a fun way to count up to 100 Day and cover a few more standards along the way, I think you'll enjoy this shape train.
Need an inexpensive, heavy-duty tote bag for books, supplies and the rest of the "stuff" you lug back and forth to school? I made this blue jean tote bag for only a $1. Simply go to GoodWill and find the biggest pair of pants they have. Garage sales are another great place to look.
This seed packet practices a variety of math standards: Data collection & analysis, sorting, comparing & contrasting, predicting, guess-timating, counting, sequencing, greater than, less than & equal to, plus graphing.
Including adjectives, enhances students' writing. Here are 10 fall-themed describing worksheets that will help your students practice this skill. Includes an adjective definition anchor chart.
An interesting and fun way to introduce a lesson, is with a KWL. This is a graphic representation of what students KNOW, WHAT they WANT to find out, and finally, what they have LEARNED, when you've completed your unit. There are quite a few topics in the fall that lend themselves to KWL's.
Help students organize their thoughts easily, and write better with a graphic organizer. Here are 2 for fall with an apple and pumpkin theme.
Review counting by 1's, skip counting by 10's, and counting backwards from 10-1 with these "strip puzzles". You can print, laminate and trim and use them as a math center or to play "Speed" games. Have students make their own and turn it into a lovely piece of art. Run off on construction paper. Children cut the puzzle strips, sequence them in the proper order and then glue them to a black sheet of construction paper. Completed projects make a wonderful fall bulletin board. This activity will be FREE for an entire year (!) after which time it will be up-dated and placed in my TpT shop: Apple and Pumpkin Number Puzzles.
Learn about the spiral shape and give your kiddo's wonderful fine-motor cutting practice, with this quick and easy "craftivity." A left and right spiral is included for easier cutting for "lefties". Completed projects look awesome dangling from the ceiling.