If your students are like mine, they will absolutely LOVE making these "itty bitty" apple-themed booklets. Easy-peasy for teachers too; simply "print & go".
I call them that because my pattern has 4 small pages on a one-page template, making the completed booklet “just the right size” for my students.
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Because the booklet is little, children are not overwhelmed with a lot of worksheets, but instead, enjoy working on the mini pages.
Even though I just assign a few pages, many of my students ask if they can do more!
The booklet keeps everything nice, neat and organized too, plus printing’s a breeze conserving paper and ink.
I think you’ll really enjoy the versatility of this packet, as you get to design your own booklet to suit your students’ level and reinforce the skills you want them to practice.
It’s also super-simple to diversify which helps slower learners feel comfortable, while choosing other pages to challenge your brighter kiddos.
I’ve included 80 different options, so have fun.
Assemble a “big” Itty Bitty booklet, with a variety of pages, or make several.
* One can easily make one for math, which can practice such skills as:
counting, number recognition, number words, skip counting, addition, subtraction, +1, +10, greater & less than, patterning, small-medium-large, sequencing, groups/sets, tally marks, and comparison!
* Another booklet can lean towards literacy, as children practice building their vocabulary, writing their name, tracing a pattern, looking for upper & lowercase letters, travel through a maze, connect the upper & lowercase letter
* color by color word, label an apple, answer a question, complete a symmetrical picture, think about feelings, describe and apple using adjectives,
* think of other words that begin with the letter Aa, think of other words that have 2 syllables, or see how many words they can come up with, using the letters in apple (a poster answer key is included).
I chose an apple-theme, as many of us launch back to school with that, plus it was easy to use apples to cover a variety of literacy as well as math standards, and my students truly enjoy learning about apples.
For the last page, I designed a little certificate of praise.
An Itty Bitty booklet can be used for morning work, Daily 5 word work, a math center, for homework, early finishers or tucked in a sub tub.
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, hoping your students enjoy practicing a variety of standards. with an Itty bitty bit of help from a little booklet.
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