This is a letter I created to place in the sack that was sent home with the leader each day. It clears up any questions parents may have about what can be brought to school. For the sack, I used a basic size sinch sack.
In this created file, you will find 5 different books that can be made and sent home with your students. Each book has a "job" for your students when it is his/her turn to take George, himself, and the book home for a night. Each day during circle
This is a file I created to use in small reading groups. I printed as many as I needed, laminated, and let the children use dry erase markers to write the words as practice during group time. Very quick and easy!
This is an easy and fun way for students to keep track of weather daily in their weather journal! In addition to recording weather, it also teaches students the basics of a calendar by needing to fill in the month, year, season, and days.
Here's a great acitivty for your students to do with parents after coming home from that special first day of kindergarten. I kept the papers until the last day of school. I made a memory book with this being the first page. Each year, I had many
This is a graph I made for my students and I to fill out together after tasting 3 kinds of apples and choosing which was our favorite. It's best to copy in color for the students (I used this in kindergarten) so they are able to keep track of the
This is a fun and easy recipe for your students to make in groups of 2 or 3 during apple week (usually in September). It's a great teamwork activity that includes introduction to measurement. Don't forget the fun part which is, of course, getting
This is a class book cover designed for your student made class book with a transportation theme. In order for the text to upload correctly, I had to make it a PDF file. One you print, you will just need to write your name in the blank at the