This pack contains 13 pages of activities that can easily be used the first week of school...
~ All About Me- each child draws a self-portrait and writes their "story"- makes a great class book!
~ All I Ever Really Need to Know I Learned In
In my class, we graph the weather each day. This pack includes weather graphs for August-June including sunny, cloudy, windy, rainy and snowy weather. Also, you will find temperature graphs for August-June including hot, cold, warm and chilly
Grab a clipboard and a pencil and start HUNTING!
-Color, number and 60 high frequency sight words, divided into seven groups, ready to be printed, laminated and cut.
-Sight Word Hunt worksheets that correspond with the sight words page
The Welcome Kit is a great tool for welcoming your students to their first day of school. After you prepare the Welcome Kits, distribute them to your students at your Meet the Teacher day or give to your kiddos the first day of school.
These printed labels are great for student folders that are used to send back and forth to school.
Two sets: Send Back to School and Keep At Home
Print onto Avery 5263 labels. Stick to inside of folders.
Estimation jars and journals are a great way to incorporate math in a fun way. You can use this activity with a small or large group of students.
1. Start with a clean jar.
2. Print a cover page (there are four to choose from) and several inside
This activity allows you to monitor the progress of your student's fine motor skill development.
Have each student draw a self-portrait at the beginning of the school year.
Repeat the self-portraits at the end of the year.
You'll be able to
Purpose: Match number word (0-10)to the number of chocolate chips on each ice cream cone.
1. Copy ice cream cones onto cardstock. Laminate for durability.
2. Cut apart the top and bottom of each cone.
Ready for matching!
3. Glue the title page to
My worksheet has been designed as a tool to verify that my students understand how secondary colors are created.
- If you print this worksheet onto copy paper, your students can use crayons to color in the paint cans.
- If you use white