Do you have “early birds” in your classroom that are hard to keep engaged? You know, those students who ALWAYS manage to finish their assignments early and need to be moved to the next task before chaos ensues?
Do you have a broad range of learners in your classroom with no other adult in the room but you? Do you have one of those classes where an average printable is way too easy for some but too difficult for others?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, have I got a solution for you!
Included in this packet are 20+ literacy activities intended as a review for most upper elementary students. Using task cards or pre-printed task sheets, students create a journal page from scratch for each activity that they choose. At the end of the month, pages are assembled into booklets by students.
January’s Journal includes individual activities to review and apply the following concepts:
Capitalization of titles
All activities revolve around January related themes.
As a teacher, all you have to do is print a set of task cards for the month OR print a task sheet for each student for the month. Provide a ream of blank copier paper in the classroom, stand back, and watch! That’s right, a whole month of engaging work for early finishers with only one trip to the copier!
PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT a packet of worksheets. Please read the description carefully before you decide to make a purchase.