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(This upload was for an earlier version of the pack, but will give you a great idea of what is in it.....No with more worksheets)
This booklet will help you plan for a week or more (up to a month if needed)
The theme of this series of booklets is 'Oceans and Under the Sea'
The focus books are "the Rainbow Fish" by Marcus Pfister and Eric Carle's beautiful story 'A house for Hermit Crab'.
There are so many picture books available it was hard to choosewhich ones to include in this booklet.
You will receive A 27 page PDF which has some lapbook printable worksheets, coloring ideas and spelling activities.
• worksheets for spelling and writing
• lapbooks for spelling and writing
• create a class mural by combining the finished pictures created by your kiddos
• over 30 amazing website links with hundreds of games to use on IWB, themes of work and activities to help you plan the best unit ever!!
I am a great fan of linked images when I am creating a resource to use in class. There are over 40 images linked to some fantastic websites that I have researched and included because of their incredible imagery and activities. I have always found this a great way to plan my resources, and I hope that you do too.
This means that you are able to simply keep this unit of work on your thumbdrive and click directly onto the links as you need.
There are hints for what to take with you on Relief days with links to some great Relief Teaching ideas pages.
The suggested timetable has interactive links to my pinterest board, so that your resources will continue to grow as more pins are added. Within the book there are over 60 links to websites, and for those of you who follow my 'Surviving Casual Teaching' facebook group, you will know that I have a good working knowledge of helpful teaching resources.
I recommend that you buy copies of the two recommended picture books for days when you may not have IWB capability.
A bonus in this pack is from my dear friend and collaborator Adrian Bruce, who has kindly donated a game from his store.
Please support him by paying it a visit, his resources are amazing