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I remember staying up late at night under my blanket reading with a flashlight. Don’t you? Flashlight Fridays or Flashlight Fun Days are a great way to reward students or make learning fun. This especially goes great with a camping themed classroom! This packet includes: -Printable and Editable Parent Information Letters (Whole Page and 2 per page) For Flashlight Fridays and Flashlight Fun Days -Printable and Editable Classroom Signs To Place Outside Classroom Door Bragging on the Class and An
I created these Powerpoint slides for you to start while playing background music. It is so fun to let students draw with their flashlights on the board with the music playing. Have fun!
Do your students need more sight word work? Make it fun with this Flashlight Friday PowerPoint. It's fun and easy to use. There are two slides for each of the 144 words included. The first slide says "Read it" and students will read the word aloud. The next slide says "Spell it!" and as you click through the word, each letter is highlighted. "Read it" comes up again for students to say the word one more time. Give your students flashlights to use to write the word in the air as they spell it
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K - 2nd
READING BY FLASHLIGHT! HOW FUN IS THAT?Flashlight Friday is an excellent way to reward and reinforce positive behavior. READING is the best reward, and that’s why I love this idea so much!I use FLASHLIGHT FRIDAY as an incentive to promote smooth transitions in the classroom, but you can use it any way you would like. Minute trackers are provided so your students can be active participants in the process. The only thing you need to do is decide on the behavior you wish to see from your students i
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Not Grade Specific
Get 3 Flashlight Fridays here in this download! There are 54 CVC words included in this bundle, and I even threw in some challenging digraphs for your higher kiddos. *Note: None of the words repeat. They're all different. Give each student a finger flashlight and let them blend the word, then write it in the air with their flashlight. Or just turn the lights off and practice reading! A picture that matches the word will follow to show them if they read it correctly or not. Advantages of this Fla
Get students even more excited about Flashlight Friday by presenting them with this Tic-Tac-Toe reading challenge. Before turning the lights down low, provide each student with a Tic-Tac-Toe game board. Three in a row wins!
Allow your students to enjoy the book, Extra Yarn, on "Flashlight Friday." The following items are included:Flashlight Friday with Extra Yarn Comprehension Questions (Google Slides & PDF)Flashlight Cards with Hidden Answers (PDF)Interactive Slide with Hidden Answers (Google Slides)Character Silhouettes for Story Retell (PDF)
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1st - 3rd
Do your students need more sight word work? Make it fun with this Flashlight Friday PowerPoint. It's fun and easy to use. There are two slides for each of the 222 words included. The first slide says "Read it" and students will read the word aloud. The next slide says "Spell it!" and each letter comes up one at a time. I did not put a timer on it, so you control the amount of time it takes to spell it. It is fully editable, so you can change the order of the words, eliminate ones you don't
Honestly, I do not know who created this idea of Flashlight Friday, but I LOVE IT. Included with purchase: 3 sticker/stamp cards (different sizes) 4 reading response sheets 2 parent letters See preview #flyingfirsties
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PreK - 5th
Get students excited about Flashlight Friday by posting this sign in your classroom at the beginning of the week. When Friday finally arrives, turn the lights down low, give each student a flashlight, and a good book to read!Bonus Poster: A "Flashlight Fun" poster is now included.
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1st - 4th
We LOVE Flashlight Friday in my classroom! Such a special reward to work towards. This works really well with building Read to Self Stamina!A great way to communicate with parents!
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1st - 5th
Allow your students to enjoy the book, Ten Apples Up On Top, on "Flashlight Friday." The following items are included:Flashlight Friday with Ten Apples Up On Top Comprehension Questions (Google Slides & PDF)Flashlight Cards with Hidden Answers (PDF)Interactive Slide with Hidden Answers (Google Slides)Character Silhouettes for Story Retell (PDF)
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1st - 3rd
This is a fun way to use flashlights in your classroom!
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Not Grade Specific
Always have your Flashlight Friday rules displayed so that students have a reference during their fun activities!
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Not Grade Specific
I use this sign to announce to my students that they will be celebrating Flashlight Friday!
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3rd - 5th
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Display your Flashlight Friday expectations for students to reference during centers!
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Not Grade Specific
Always have your expectations displayed for students to reference during Flashlight Friday!
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Not Grade Specific
Always display your Flashlight Friday expectations for students to reference!
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Not Grade Specific
HELP STUDENTS GET EXCITED ABOUT READING WITH THIS FUN, SIMPLE ACTIVITY!Purpose:During a chunk of time on Friday's turn off the lights and allow students to read their books with a flashlight. Provide students with a sticky note to jot down chosen vocabulary, spelling, and or phonics related terms/sentences you are currently focusing on in class while they read.Stripe Colors: Hot PinkOrangeLime GreenTurquoise Included:Flashlight Fridays Read, Find, & Jot Poster (colorful background)Flashlight
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K - 6th
Need to help your students review literary terms in a super interactive way? Put on a Flashlight Friday! Students utilize flashlights to find literary terms that are hidden around the classroom. You provide students with a clues sheet and students must find the correct literary term for each clue, writing down the number indicated next to it. I always used this right before the state ELA test to help refresh students' memories. How do I use this resource? Simply print out the clues sheet for eac
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6th - 12th, Higher Education
Does your class do Flashlight Friday? Reading by flashlight on Fridays. This is an expectation sign for your classroom. Sign comes in black and white just copy on colored paper. There is also one in purple, green, red, blue, and pink wording. The sign in landscape orientation and 8 1/2 x 11 sized.
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We LOVE Flashlight Friday in my classroom! Such a special reward to work towards. This works really well with building Read to Self Stamina!A great way to communicate with parents!
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Not Grade Specific
Have fun with Flashlight Friday. Put this poster on your door to let others know why your lights are out.
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PreK - 12th
Get your flashlights ready to ramp up your silent reading ! Use this anchor chart to introduce the ground rules and set the stage for a fun silent reading time. My fifth graders look forward to this every Friday!
Grades:
1st - 7th

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