This poster is a real "sanity saver"! Once I reviewed the order of how my Y5s should get dressed and hung up this poster they became independent rather quickly.
"Try it! You'll like it." Is one of my mantras for teaching. With that in mind, I wanted to give you the option to try these 2 winter-themed number puzzles.
This quick, easy and fun "color me" Christmas card is a sanity saver for that least week of school before holiday break.
This mitten-themed emergent reader, is a quick, easy and fun way to have students practice simple writing skills and end punctuation. Completed projects make an adorable winter bulletin board. Scatter the mittens on a background of blue snowflake wrapping paper, with paper cut out snowflakes or white doilies for a border.
Review the ug word family with this hot chocolate mug craft. Completed projects make a sweet winter bulletin board. (For that finishing touch, have children glue their photo to the center of the snowflake.) If students write the words on the back, then punch a hole in the handle and suspend from the ceiling.
This snowflake craftivity packet, is a super-fun way to review word families. The activities are great for independent word work or Daily 5. Completed projects make an awesome winter bulletin board.
Review a variety of 2D shapes as well as the 3D cylinder shape, with this cute snowman windsock. This activity can be done as an independent center, or as a whole-group listening and following directions "craftivity".
Here's a quick, easy & fun Christmas ornament that helps reinforce your students' names, letter recognition, vowel identification, capitalization, graphing, counting and addition!
Here is a quick, easy and fun game to help reinforce coins (penny, nickel, dime & quarter). Students pick a partner and take turns rolling the dice four times. Their 1st roll equals how many penny ornaments they will glue to their tree, the 2nd roll is for nickels and so on.
Make practicing the use of adjectives more fun, with these simple creative writing worksheets, perfect for younger students.