If you’re like me, you like cute projects that help to reinforce important topics. Students tend to put more effort into the activities and they can recall more details. Flip charts used to be my go to, but I felt that only a few of my kinders could do them independently. There were too many directions. That is when I discovered pocket charts. Pocket charts are just as cute, but easier for young preschoolers and kindergarteners to use independently. Students will love learning the rules of the classroom, school and carpet time using this fun project-based activity.
Included in the unit:
*Large group Rules label and cards in color for classroom display.
*Three choices for pockets: "Our Classroom Rules," "Our School Rules" and "Carpet Time Rules."
Keep Hands and Feet to Yourself
Mouths are Quiet
Listen to the teacher
Be a Good friend
Raise Your Hand
Stand in Line
Eyes are Looking
Listen to the Teacher
* I will be will to add rules as need-leave me a message under questions:)
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