Making Class Books

20 pages. Make a wonderful-keepsake booklet for each student with monthly notes written by proud parents. Sure to help build self-esteem and confidence.

2 pages. An interesting and fun way for students to learn about community helpers, is by choosing one and interviewing them.

4 pages. 2 community helpers class books to choose from.

13 pages. This packet includes a variety of writing prompts, plus a school memory book.

2 pages. Students trace the beginning portion of the sentence and then complete the thought by writing how they reduce, reuse and recycle. Add more pizzazz by having students glue their school photo over either the boy or girl and then color.

7 pages. Two class books with a pirate theme. Students write about what they plan to do over spring break or summer vacation.

19 pages. Common Core State Standards: L.K.1a, L.K.2a, L.K.2b, RF.K.3a, RF.K.3c, RF.K.2a, RF.K.1d, L.1.2b, L.1.1a, RF.1.1a, An alphabetical way to learn about the various modes of transportation.

4 pages. Making a mustache/moustache to launch a writing prompt, is an interesting and "Suessical" way of doing things. I think your students will enjoy it.

5 pages. Use this Seuss-inspired Lucky Ducky Writing Prompt poster, as a jump start for making a class book or March Is Reading Month bulletin board.

6 pages. Common Core State Standards: L.K.2a, L.K.2b, RF.K.3a, RF.K.K3d, RF.K.3c A fun way to find out more about your students. This "craftivity" writing prompt for March, makes an adorable bulletin board.

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