Cut out the letters, words, and sentences from the second page.
Allow each student to paste them onto a blank copy of the first page (or any of the other pages as appropriate).
Use the first page a note taking guide. The second page can be used as the copywork.
Differentiate by giving students a page appropriate to their skills, experience, and time available to them.
Enlarge any of the pages to use for whole group or small group teaching. This can be done at a local printing company or education agency.
Any of the pages can be used as part of an assessment cycle of pretesting, checking for understanding (formative assessments), and/or posttesting.
Print the first page on cardstock or tagboard. Laminate it and place a small piece of hook and loop tape in each box. Print the second page on cardstock or tagboard. Cut out each of the boxes and place a coordinating piece of hook-and-loop tape on the back of each piece. Use this matching game at a center or as a small group/partner activity.
Use any of the pages in interactive notebooks. Print size may have to be reduced depending on the size of the interactive notebooks being used by each student.
Encourage students to color and personalize their individual sheets by using crayons, markers, colored pencils, colored pens, and/or highlighters.
The first page can easily be customized to each student, classroom, and situation! Just write in your information and then copy it!