This MEGA pack of themed stationery contains 61 different theme pages with coordinating graphics, handwriting lines, and a fillable space for you to add directions, vocabulary words, expectations, reminders, etc... The fillable area lets you turn each piece of paper into anything you want it to be when you type in whatever you'd like in Adobe!
This would be great for jazzing up assignments or even just putting at a writing center for your students to use.
You will receive a zipped folder with both primary and intermediate lined files inside, all in full color.
*Wizard of Oz
*food (strawberries, pizza, watermelon)
*science, math, reading, music, art
And MANY more!
When you open the file in Adobe, you will be able to type on the top of each page to add instructions to your students! There is also a page included with my own ideas... I'd love to hear what you come up with too!
What a great year round resource. Thanks for making it so versatile including the two different types of lines. It is an awesome addition to my classroom writing activities.
November 28, 2012
Thank you! This is going to be awesome for my writing center activities!
November 26, 2012
Hi Christina it me Penni. As you know I love your stuff and look forward to hearing from you about the planners. Thanks for making this fillable, it really helps to personalize it. You are awesome!!!
October 23, 2012
Cute, but I would have liked bigger pictures.
September 19, 2012
I love the variety! Think this will be a great addition to my writing center.
September 17, 2012
September 16, 2012
The packet is great!!! I always look forward to seeing what you have put on TpT.
What a great idea! I would love to hear some suggestions... my knowledge of Canada comes from the character Robin on "How I Met Your Mother"! :) Do you have any suggestions? If you happen to see this, I would love any ideas- my e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
I have been teaching since 2004. I have taught preschool, first, and second grades. I currently teach 3rd grade reading and LOOOOVE it!
Check out my blog at http://www.bainbridgeclass.blogspot.com to learn more!