Every year over Christmas break I send this packet home with each student for them to use and practice over our holiday break.
I put all this in a ziploc bag and I also send home their pencils and crayons from the past few weeks because we get new
Now you can organize your classroom library and save on colored ink. These labels are streamlined and printer friendly!
Labels include #1-30, A-Z, and specific categories (mammals, space, Eric Carle, Magic Tree House, etc)
Slides #3-6 : Snowman Activities
Can, have, are sentence map
Sequencing steps to build a snowman
Snowman read and write the room
Create a list of -an words
Slides #7-9: Penguin Activities
Can, have, are, need sentence map
Create a list of –in
Use these activities in your literacy centers/stations or in your word work. Students will be using the letters in common Christmas words to create other words.
You can make individual copies for each student to complete independently or they can
Use during literacy stations, word work, or as whole group activity. The students will record words from around the classroom for each letter.
This helps your students become familiar with your word wall, anchor charts, posters, and other resources
If your students are struggling on sight words, this is a great tool to help reinforce and improve their sight word knowledge. My class calls sight words, "heart words"....because you have to know these words by heart!