This Read Across American Green Food Literacy and Math Activity Fun Pack is filled with printable activities to help your students continue to grow in their literacy and math skills while enjoying some Green Food Books and incorporates Common Core Standards! AND – just PRINT and GO!! NO PREP!!! There are five literacy and five math activities to keep your Read Across America theme lasting a whole week!
As a BONUS, I’ve included 3 different styles of “I Love Books” Bookmarks
AND 3 different 8 x10 famous quote posters!!
Literacy Activities include:
Oh, the Green Food You Can Eat! Naming and Illustrating
Which Green Food Spelling is Correct?
The Green Food Book (9 pages) Focuses on using “is green” vs. “are green.”
Math Activities include:
Addition with Peas
TV Food - Counting by 10’s
Green Food Patterns
Base Ten Blocks with Olives
Dice Addition with Green Pickles
Bonus Items include:
3 Different Styles – “I Love Books” Bookmarks
3 Different 8 X 10 Famous Quote Posters
Be Sure To Check Out . . .
PUPPY Themed Station/Center Signs
PUPPY Themed Job Chart Cards
KITTEN Themed Station/Center Signs
KITTEN Themed Job Chart Cards
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Read Across America Socks, Fox, and Feet Literacy and Math Printables – PRINT and Go! NO PREP!!
Read Across America FISH Literacy and Math Printables – PRINT and Go! NO PREP!!
Read Across America Cats and Hats Literacy and Math Printables – PRINT and Go! NO PREP!!
Reader’s Theater A LUCKY ST. PATRICK'S DAY - A Very Fun Story
Reader’s Theater THE MAGIC SHAMROCK - A Magically Delicious St. Patrick’s Day Story
Reader’s Theater MRS. McCURDY’S ST. PATRICK’S DAY VISIT - Simply Delightful!
Thank you so much for taking a peek at my Read Across America Literacy and Math Activity Fun Pack. If you follow me, you already know I love to leave you with a joke and a smile. I hope you enjoy these Wacky Green Food Funnies….
Q: What do you call a pickle lullaby?
A: A cucumber slumber number!
Q: What did the lettuce say to the celery?
A: Quit stalking me.
Q: Why is a pea small and green?
A: Because if it was large and red it would be a tomato.