I absolutely LOVE making this “print & go”
workbook for my kiddos.
I become queen of the copy room for a bit, which is well worth the effort because after I’ve got them done, I’m free and have reduced my stress level a ton!
My students enjoy working on a page a day, and I have a little lesson for 10 days
! Woo hoo.
There are full-page
, large templates to make a worksheet, poster, bigger booklet
, and teacher’s edition
I’ve also made 2-on-a-page worksheets
to conserve paper, plus a cover
if you’d like to make a workbook
like I do.
When my students complete their booklet, they earn a “Hats off to you!” bookmark
. These come 5
on-a-page, as well as 12-on-a-page
I also laminate
a set of the large patterns and put them in my math center
Children use a dry erase
marker to do X number of pages.
I complete a set using Seussical colored markers, mount them on turquoise and red construction paper, laminate, and hang them up as posters
The worksheets are also great for homework
, a spring break
packet, sub folder
, or for early finishers
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, wishing you a simply marvelous month of Seuss fun, with giggles galore.
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