This pack is perfect for Back to School!
This is a great set for the first day or first week of school to discuss how your little ones will get home from school. Includes reading, writing, math, & art! WOW!
Within this packet you will find materials for each of the three activities and suggestions for use.
Begin by reading the book, "How Will I Get to School This Year?"
by Jerry Pollotta & David Biedrzycki. (*optional)
Then, display your transportation posters on the board (see below for which are included) and discuss your schools different methods of transportation home.
Students will create artistic mini-me kids with the craftivity templates included, and hang them next to their method of transportation home.
Next, you can use the data collected from the craftivity for a wonderful math lesson on graphing. Four different types of graphing worksheets are included with the most common methods of transportation home. (I am happy to make special ones upon request!)
Finally, wrap up your activities with a fun writing prompt. In the book mentioned above, the author talks about all kinds of far-fetched ways to get to and from school. Let your student’s imaginations take over when they are prompted to write about how they would get to school if they could choose any way they want!
These activities are great with the book, "How Will I Get to School This Year?" However, you can use with most any favorite transportation book or none at all.
***Transportation Posters Included:***
*Walkers & Bike Riders
*Car Riders (2 different posters)
*After Care & Other
***Craftivity Templates Included:***
*Girl Template ( 2 to a page)
*Boy Template (2 to a page)
* Option 1: Car Riders, Bus Riders, After School Care, Walkers, & Bike Riders
* Option 2: Car Riders, Bus Riders, After School Care, Walkers, Bike Riders & Other
* Option 3: Car Riders, Bus Riders, & After School Care
* Option 4: Car Riders, Bus Riders, After School Care & Other
***Writing Pages with Regular Lines AND Primary Lines:***
* Brainstorming Page
* Thinking Map (Flow Map with Intro, Beginning, Middle, End, & Conclusion)
* First Draft Paper
* Publishing (Final Draft) Paper with an Illustration space (2 different kinds)
* Extra Paper without an illustration space
I tried to think of everything you may possibly need to make these activities fun and a success with your students. If you do not see something you need, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I hope you and your students love these activities. Follow my store for updates and first peek at my new products. Enjoy and happy teaching.
Stellar in Second