Labels for Browsing Boxes and smaller labels for each book help little ones keep books in the right place. Includes favorite authors Jan Brett, Eric Carle, Dr. Seuss, Beatrix Potter, and favorite characters like Clifford, Sam, Skippy Jon Jones, and
Reading, Classroom Management, Library Skills
PreK, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd
Guided Reading Books, Printables, Literacy Center Ideas
My other CHAMPS posters were not working for me this year. My new class needed bigger visual cues, so I made these. You can print them as is on regular letter sized paper, or you can make them smaller by choosing "print 2 to a page" or "print 4 to a
These are the 100 sight words that Kindergarteners from my district are expected to know. I printed these and used them as deskplates for each student, but they can also be put in writing folders. Needs to be printed on ledger sized paper. Thanks!
Print double sided. The first page has a space to draw a picture of a noun, with 5 spaces to label the noun with adjectives. The second page has space to write an expository piece using the web from the first page. :)
I attached these to each of my Kinder student's book boxes so that I could keep track of who had what book. This also makes Read to Self easier to manage cleaning up when they put their book boxes away. I added a space for mastery, since I put some
English Language Arts, Reading
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd
Classroom Forms, Literacy Center Ideas, Literature Circles
Use your school's Printshop to print on Poster paper, then add photos or details. Display at Meet the Teacher night. Little ones (and their parents) get a kick out of seeing what you were like when you were their age. Good community builder and Ice
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These cards fit in a mini-pocket chart to create a visual schedule with an added daily focus, if desired. The "I Can" or "Focus" cards can be placed in the pocket next to the scheduled activity. Use a dry erase marker to write