You can read aloud the poem, 'Dig a Little Hole' and complete this sequencing activity as you study plants and plant growth, caring for plants or even during a Thanksgiving unit of study where you introduce Squanto as helping the Pilgrims to grow
Celebrating the 100th Day of School is fun!!!!
Ask students to do 100 jumping jacks, 100 hops, walk 100 steps and sit quietly for 100 seconds.
You can have even more fun....this is a worksheet to see....
'How many times can I write my name in 100
After you have discussed Election Day with your students ~ Let them have a little fun with an election at home!
Students may vote on favorite anything ~ dinner, vacation, board game, television show.
This shows students that every vote counts and
Interested in making Gingerbread Houses with your class?!?!?
All you need are small milk cartons (cleaned out, of course) and this list of supplies that students will need to create their Gingerbread House.
Students put in sequential order from Beginning, Middle and End, a small story about friends. One friend writes a letter to the other.
Students illustrate matching pictures for each sentence.
This can be used year-round but can also be used
Read aloud the story, 'Picking Apples & Pumpkins.' Students complete the Venn Diagram comparing and contrasting apples and pumpkins.
Students can write an 'All About' with an :
Paragraph about apples
Students cut out and paste the sentences in sequential order from beginning, middle to end.
Then, students will color a picture to match each sentence in this sequential story.
Enjoy and Happy Holidays!!!
Students write their New Year Goal on the paper provided. I have two on one page, so you will cut this in half.
Then, using large brown construction paper, students will cut out the shape (to the best of their ability while looking at your model)
Read Aloud the story, song or poem, 'Aiken Drum.'
Students illustrate a picture of 'Aiken Drum' using their imagination. Then, identify the capital letters in Aiken Drums' first and last name. Students will write their own first and last name,
Read the Poem several times to the class displayed on sentence strips. Mix up the individually cut out words and ensure that they can read to themselves, noting capital letters at the beginning and punctuation at the end of sentences.
Students keep this 100 Chart to reference at home when completing assignments or to practice identifying numbers and counting all the way to 100!!!!
Also good for identifying counting by 2's, 5's, 10's.
Adding 10, Subtracting 10