Do your students need continued reinforcement reading and writing color words? This Write The Room Color has 10 different color bats and a recording sheet. Students walk around the room find a colored bat and record the color word on their recording sheet next to the letter of the alphabet that is on the card hanging.
Behavior clip chart: behavior clip chart with a penguin emoticon theme. All posters have a different penguin emoticon face and coordinate with other penguin classroom theme items in my store. You will need to write students names on clothes pins. All students' clothespins start on "Ready to Learn" and move up or down on the chart based on their choices.All posters are half page except title and ready to learn.
This is a science unit that I created about the moon. I was finding it difficult to find good material out there for lower primary. Here is what I came up with. Lesson plan ideas for you. Moon Fact Sheet Parent letter Moon Observation Log Phases of the moon little reader Graphic organizer for writing moon facts Flip book for moon phases.
Directions: This game is played with a partner. You will need to print 4 or 5 sets of the word cards or just use the spinner. You provide the paper clip and pencil. Each player chooses a different color linking cube. ( You can limit to 10-12 cubes if you want.)Pick a word from the word cards.
Freebie! Math Journal Prompts for Kindergarten and First Grade from TeacherTam on TeachersNotebook.com - (20 pages) - With these pet-themed journal prompts, students will count bones, measure yarn, add balls, graph types of pets, subtract fish and more! There are 20 pages of prompts with 10 devoted to each grade level.
The Egg book will review positional words, while also reinforcing Reading Foundational skills. There are seven pages that you can sequence in any order. There are two booklets on a page so that it is easy to run through the copy machine and staple on the left side.
Students will love playing games that you create for them using this apple theme game board with editable cards. It is perfect for creating games to practice math or literacy skills. Type letters, sight words, phonics patterns, math problems, missing numbers and more right on the card.