Print off this black+white book and let your child/student color in the pages. This is great for an emergent reader, focusing on the sight words "I" "see" "a" "of" and predictable words which can be self-checked by the picture on each page.
I use this organizer to help me stay organized while planning from month to month. I write down activities I've found, Read-A-Loud books I will use, Materials to Pull and Games to fill (in baskets) and a spot to write brief notes about Printables I
I use this in conjunction to the Planning by Month document also listed (free). I look at the activities I have planned, materials needed and printables to print-and decide what I need to prep.
I also glance over the Planning page as well to see
I use this for part of our handwriting practice. It is a simple and quick activity to use in addition to whatever handwriting routine/curriculum you do in your classroom. It is also a great piece to send home that helps the parent see where their
We use this to keep track of daily behavior when used with a chart (from the Busy Budgeting Mama). Depending on the color at the end of the day, a sticker is added to the chart.
For example, if my daughter gets 4/7 stickers on her chart by the
Print the carrots numbered 1-5 out on orange construction paper. Either allow the child to cut, or cut in advance and paste in order. I then have green strips of paper that they count and paste to the top of the carrot, (the number) matches to the