Great for recording vocabulary terms in early grades. The first template includes boxes (with handwriting lines) for 4 terms including an area to draw a picture describing the term.
When students are ready to progress, use the second template which
Great for younger students recording academic vocabulary terms. Each template has room for 4 terms including a space for writing the word (with handwriting lines) and an area to draw a picture to describe each term.
Students will cut and paste various fall pictures onto a graph and then answer questions that use the words more/fewer and greater/less. Includes two complete graphing worksheets. Great for fall math fun!
Have students practice Fountas and Pinnell 25 high frequency words with this "I have Who Has" owl themed game! Give each student a card and have the student with the star on their card start by reading their card and finding who has the next sight
English Language Arts, Reading, Reading Strategies
This is a Powerpoint great for learning letter sounds. There is a slide for each letter with a picture to match. The slideshow automatically plays to the tune of Dr. Jean's "Who Let the Letter's Out" and slides transition automatically as the song
Students will complete the sentence and rainbow write the sight word "can" after reading "Jesse Bear What Will You Wear?" Students get to decide what they want Jesse Bear to wear and write the words and illustrate the bear to match. Great activity
Students can write a note to the Easter Bunny and make a list of what they want in their baskets. Trace the words and make up their own list then fill in their name at the bottom. When finished they can color in the Easter pictures. Great writing
Students will practice using their math position words as you read directions of where to cut/paste various Halloween pictures to make a spooky scene. Both black and/white (for students to color) and full color version included.