Teach your students about non fiction text features with this cute personal notebook. I had kids draw in examples or cut from magazines examples for each of the non fiction text features. Copy the middle page multiple times for each notebook to
Included are two recording sheets when working with non-fiction text. The first sheet asks for 3 facts, 1 opinion and an illustration and the second sheet(which I used for lower students) requires only 2 facts, 1 opinion and an illustration. I
English Language Arts, Reading, Reading Strategies
The first page is a reading goals sheet for students. They are to set an "I promise" goal for the week, record their favorite book at the end of week, record the books that they read each week (with references to AR), and rate themselves daily on
Here are three different sentences perfect for working with you young students on editing. I use this as a whole class activity and each student gets a copy and their own red pen for editing. After we fix the mistakes together, we "write it
Help your students track the weather every day with these cute graphs. Mark daily if the weather is sunny, rainy, cloudy, partly cloudy, snowy or windy. After the month is over, put the completed graph into a class book for kids to read. This is
Two ways to use these wonderful letter writing book pages.
1. Make a complete A-Z book for each student and let them work on the pages as you go through the letters. Each student can take home their own ABC book at the end of the year.
2. I make a
Included are two Valentine's Day Math activities. The first is a spinner that includes all of the colors in a box of conversation hearts. Have your students spin and then color in the number of the color spun on the big candy heart box worksheet.
Help your students practice counting and writing numbers 1-10. Each page gives students a chance to trace a blackline version of the number, then a dotted number, then room to write their own numbers. Numbered pages ask students to draw groups of
Help your students with their creative writing, prewriting, and evaluation of themselves. I let students pick a Beanie Baby to help them create and develop their main characters but they could use other types of characters or just create their own.
Help students practice putting words into alphabetical order. Twelve brightly colored hearts help students practice needed skills using Valentine's day themed words. I use this activity as a literacy station. Students can line the words up in the