Reinforce number recognition & simple addition with these sweet bee-themed number puzzle games.
Here's an anchor chart poster featuring the parts of a honey bee. I've also included a bibliography of my favorite bee books, along with educational links to bee videos.
Your current students make a bee out of a toilet paper tube, yellow construction paper (body), black electrical tape (stripes), cupcake liners (wings) and a pipe cleaner (antennae). They complete the writing prompt: "I'm wishing you a 'bee-utiful' year in __________. (Fill in grade) Here's the buzz about what you'll learn and do" and then roll it up and insert it into their bumblebee.
Have students complete the writing prompt: "You're going to have a great year 'bee-cause'..." on the pages inside the mini apple booklet, and then glue it to the bumblebee that your current students make for your next year's kiddos.
There are two crafts to choose from in this packet. Each one makes a sweet card for Mom, and doubles as a May writing prompt that's perfect for your Daily 5 activities.
8 pages. If you're doing a busy bee theme, then you'll enjoy this bumblebee 10 frame packet.
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10 pages. Common Core State Standards:1.MD.4,K.MD.3 A glyph is a wonderful way to see if students are listening and following directions. They are also a fun way to collect and analyze data.
39 pages. Your students will enjoy making and wearing these 30 masks to help make story time come alive. Act out poems, nursery rhymes, fairy tales, counting parts of a story, and special holidays.