This is a monthly behavior chart that you can edit. I use it with a color coordinated clothespin clip chart. Each student has a clothespin. Their pin starts at green everyday. They move up the chart for following the rules and down the chart for
For All Subject Areas, Classroom Management, Character Education
A template for a homework packet cover. Has space for weekly updates, nightly homework, spelling, sight and vocabulary words. Also has a space for nightly reading recording and parent signature. There is a section for science and social studies as
English Language Arts, Math, For All Subject Areas
This is a monthly behavior chart with the correct dates for 2018-2019. I have input my own start/end date and holidays, so you can see the format I use, but it is an editable Word document so you can customize it to your liking. I use it with a
This worksheet can be used by students to answer the who, what, where, when, why and how questions for a story. I use it during my literacy center time; students read a leveled book independently and then fill it out. It could also be used whole
This worksheet can be used by students to describe characters, settings, and major events in a story. I use it during my literacy center time; students read a leveled book independently and then fill it out. It could also be used whole group or
This building sentences activity corresponds with Houghton Mifflin Theme 2-1. Students cut out words and arrange them to form a sentence. They glue the sentence down and then copy the sentence on the lines provided.
This is a graphic organizer for story sequence. Students can use it to draw and write what happens at the beginning, middle and end of a story. It includes an area for the title and author. It is aligned with Common Core Standard RL 1.2.
English Language Arts, Balanced Literacy, Reading
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
Homework, Literacy Center Ideas, Graphic Organizers