This sheet is used as part of a pumpkin unit. Each child uses observation and measurement to conduct an investigation and report their findings. I use this as a small group activity/center but it can certainly be used with a whole group if they
This apple themed mini book includes several sight words, predictable text and clear illustrations to help young readers. I also put reading dots under each word to help students practice following text with their finger. This would be a great
Balanced Literacy, Reading, Autumn
PreK, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd
Thematic Unit Plans, Guided Reading Books, Literacy Center Ideas
Students playing this game will flip the top card on the double ten frame card deck, read the number, and then trace that number on their Race to Trace spider sheet. Included in the game is four different tracing sheets and the double ten frame
The literacy unit is 25 sentence constuction sheets for kindergarten and first grade level students. Students will -
1 - Read the sentence. Each sentence uses sight words and words that can be easily figured out using context clues. Under each
With this literacy center, students will find each Thanksgiving themed sentence in the room and record it on their sheet. Each sentence includes easy to read sight words and picture clues for other words.
Students will love putting this
For this activity students will hunt for sight words around the classroom and record them based on how many letters each word has. I have included the recording sheet and the sight word cards (I attach these to foam or paper snowflakes before
Balanced Literacy, Reading, Writing
Thematic Unit Plans, Printables, Literacy Center Ideas
With this literacy center, students will find each turkey themed sentence in the room and record it on their sheet. Each sentence includes easy to read sight words and picture clues for other words.
Students will love finding these silly turkeys
For this game, students will roll the color word die and write the word in the correct column. When the game is finished (they reach the top of a column or time is up) they can count and record how many times they rolled each color word in the box
This is a fun apple activity to assess students ability to put numbers in order from 0 - 10.
I typically have my students glue their apples in order on a sentence strip but this can also be laminated and used as practice in a center.