Great for February morning work! There are 20 student sheets designed for independent seat work. Full of fun and literacy review! I print these, staple them, and give them to my students for first thing in the morning work. If they complete the booklet by the end of the month (with my approval of course!) they get to get a little something from the treasure box. They are very motivated to get focused each morning and do their best work.
I have started creating these literacy journals for my classroom to be used as morning work. My students know what to do as soon as they enter the room. The pages are engaging as well as fun.
Here is a run down of what this booklet includes!
Page 1- Bright Teacher Cover
Page 2- Collage of pages (Preview of this product)
Page 3- Black and White Student Booklet Cover
Page 4- Cut it out letters to spell - February
Page 5- ABC order page (2 separate lists of 8 words each)
Page 6- Find and Rewrite the paragraph (10 grammatical mistakes)
Page 7- Make Lists- (Winter words, winter clothing, winter activities, and snow words)
Page 8- Writing Prompt with "Helper Words"
Page 9- Make contractions (Word Bank Included)
Page 10- Editing- Getting rid of all those -ands!
Page 11- Plurals (Includes all the rules and practice)
Page 12- Common and Proper Nouns
Page 13- Unscramble the Valentine's Day words
Page 14- Write complete sentences using these words (Valentine's Day related)
Page 15- Reading Comprehension (Make the picture match the description)
Page 16- Creative Writing Prompt (Valentine's related)
Page 17- How to Writing Prompt (How to bundle up!)
Page 18- Make Words from the letters of FEBRUARY
Page 19- Short Vowel Review (Color the hearts using the Code)
Page 20- Reading Comprehension (Make the picture match the description)
Page 21- Letter Writing to your Valentine
Page 22- Making compound words
Page 23- Create your own Valentine & Use Descriptive Writing to describe it!
Page 24- Narrative Writing-Explain what is happening in the Comic Strip
Page 25- Credits Page