Cut Apart Sentences:
--Put a stamp in the right-hand corner of the envelope.
--There are five parts to a letter.
--Your address tells the mailman where you live.
--A zip code is a special number for your city.
--A mailman drives a mail truck to deliver the mail.
--The mailman delivers mail into your mailbox.
--You buy stamps at the post office.
--A postmark cancels the stamp so it can’t be used again.
Write Your Address Cut-Apart:
--Have students write their address in the labeled “dotted lined” sheet. Then they cut and paste onto the envelope in the correct spot.
Post Office Center Card:
--Use for your classroom post office and letter writing unit. Photocopy double sided and students can write letters to each other and fill out the address to send to people in your class or other classrooms doing the post office theme.
Cut and Paste Parts of Letter and Envelope:
--Students cut and paste the different parts of an envelope and letter into the correct spot to learn about the different parts of each.