This resource contains a Good Morning Work Book / Greeting Book that is a great activity to use on a daily basis with your student(s). This book will help students to settle down and get ready to focus for their morning work. Many students may struggle with the transition in the mornings, so by providing this work book as anchor in their daily morning routine, it will help them to settle quicker.
It is individualised
so each student can have their own copy.
The document comes as a keynote or powerpoint file. You can add on different wording and add pictures of your student etc. but please note you will not be able to add/change/extract any form of clipart/imagery/text from this document. This is to protect our fabulous clip artists and myself as a teacher-author.
This is a harder, newer version
of my Good Morning greeting book. This book encourages students to be able to write their answers (you can also add text to it for them to overwrite if they are not yet at the level of independent writing) but continue to also choose symbols for the answer.
All symbols are also included at the back of the page.
The questions that this greeting book ask are;
♦ my name
♦ how do I feel?
♦ my school
♦ what day is it?
♦ what month is it?
♦ what season is it?
♦ how's the weather?
♦ what should I wear?
You can purchase both my Good Morning and Good Afternoon Greeting Books for a discount price here.
★ You can find the matching Good Afternoon Work Book here.
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