These activities are great for spring AND insect science units!
Everybody knows what April showers bring, right? Nope, it’s not pilgrims… it’s June Bugs! It’s a new twist on an old saying that will have your kids reading, learning new insect
Do you teach a mini-unit on letter writing? If so, this is a perfect resource for your young writers. The set includes:
• description of letter writing activities to try during your unit and in your classroom on an on-going basis
• two pages of
The Yeti has become a favorite winter character. My students love the furry fellow, especially this charming one done by my illustrator husband, Jonathan. You can extend the Yeti theme throughout the day be using these letter, word and number cards.
This set contains eight different list papers with original line drawing illustrations for seven themes, plus one blank list for students to illustrate. Each theme can generate lots of different lists kids can write. For example, the Game List
Extend word learning with this freebie paper! This particular format can be used in many ways for students in kindergarten through fifth grade. Teachers will find the two versions (five word and ten) lend themselves to word making activities
These posters/handouts teach good hand washing habits and a song, too. Healthy hand washing is broken down into four easy directions– water, soap, bubbles, water. These little posters with their simple words and graphics give a clear message to
Here are two simple black and white templates for class books based on the poem "November"– a NOvember Book and a YESember Book.
After reading the traditional poem students can contribute a page that illustrates something that is no longer around
This free download features poems for the beginning and end of the school year. There is a kindergarten, preschool, and first grade version. By measuring your students in the first and last weeks of school with yarn you can create a keepsake for
Here's a great little treat for your incoming students! The Star Poem on a cute card goes with a glow-in-the-dark star that you purchase separately, as described in the pack. Give it to students before school starts so they can make a wish for a