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.
Cover a variety of standards with these January-themed winter math worksheets. Use them for your math block, morning work, sub folder, something for early finishers to work on, a math center, or for homework. The template stays the same with changing clip art to keep things fresh and interesting. Students are empowered and get right down to work, because they are familiar with the format.
Help your students understand +1 more, addition, subtraction, and other math concepts with this mitten-themed 10 frame packet.
Help students practice their writing skills and organize their thoughts by using a graphic organizer. Afterwards, have children use the adjectives they thought of to write several descriptive sentences about mittens.
Since mittens come in pairs, I thought it would be fun to make some mitten-themed skip counting by 2's activities.
Use these as flashcards, pocket cards or for a January New Year bulletin board. Make extra sets so that students can play Memory Match or "I Have; Who Has?" games. Cut them up to make puzzles and to play even more games.
Print, laminate and trim. Use them for flashcards, pocket cards or your winter word wall. Make extra sets so students can play games like Memory Match or I Have; Who Has? You can also cut them up to make puzzles and even more games.
Help your students understand concepts of print with this interesting literacy packet for Jan Brett's The Mitten. Graphics janbrett.com
Use these pocket cards to review Jan Brett's story The Mitten. Students correct letters that should be capitalized and add end punctuation. Animal graphics by janbrett.com