This is a bat-shaped student book about bats. Book can be used for an informative text, sight word find, fluency practice, word work etc. Cut out the pages (or have students, parent volunteers etc) and staple for cute, informative books!
This is a literacy station activity where students match the "Ch" on the chicken to it's egg with the picture and remainder of the word. I have my students match the eggs and then write the words or write the words as part of sentences.
This packet of listening station reflection papers has ones to use throughout the year based off the skills you are focusing on. Adorned with Scrappin' Doodles borders and picture clues to help define text for each section (for low or non-readers),
This literacy center is a sentence building center where students build an "I can" sentence using a picture of the sense and another picture to complete the sentence. For instance, "I can (picture of ear) a (picture of a drum)". Students can build
This item is a cvc puzzle. Students look at the pictures on their mat and match the CVC word to it. When built correctly, a spring picture appears. All you have to do is print, cut up the picture page and laminate (if you choose!). I've used it both
This assessment is used by me to test basic skills that are ongoing throughout the year (letter ID, sounds, numbers etc). It is formatted to record for all four quarters. Additional skills are also included in both math and literacy.
This product is a sentence building activity that is winter themed. Students sort the winter hats by color and then arrange them into a simple sentence. When all three are finished, the children can read the winter short story.
This is a end of unit book for learning about Chicks! Each student has their own book to show their learning. Each page has the student fill in a fact about chicks based off the sentence starter. It has a mixture of both fact and opinion writing.