I have used this Notebook page to help keep my students organized during our Literacy program. The students are grouped by color in heterogeneous groups. Then we discuss the different tasks for each station. Guided reading groups are pulled
These forms are helpful for Morning Work on Mondays. They allow the students to share about their weekends and have a prompt for discussions. It gives the teacher a writing sample or an insight into the students’ thinking.
This notebook became a daily event in my classroom. Each student uses this page to do three things: 1) documents attendance; 2) chooses a lunch option; and 3) completes the morning routines. This page is editable for your use.
This is a SMART Board version of the old "Shut Box" game. The goal of this game is to cover all of the numbers, 1 through 10 by rolling the dice. The first version allows the player to use addition to help cover. For example, if 5 and 3 are rolled,
This set of lined paper consists of 15 different themes with a title at the top and accompanying clipart. Each page has a 1-inch left margin for binding purposes. What a great way to monitor your students' expository writing with short writing
Facts in Fives is a brainstorming game which uses specific categories with certain letters of the alphabet. Teams or individuals try to fill in as many boxes as possible with category members that begin with the game’s letters. Included are
I used this Teacher intro notebook during our student/parent orientation. I have submitted it so that you may edit it with your information. I've used this format for about 10 years, originally on Powerpoint.
For me, one of the most difficult parts of getting the Writer's Workshop Bulletin Board going was finding the idea. For this board, I used a denim patterned cotton fabric for my background. Then, I reproduced these signs and finished the board.
For me, one of the most difficult parts of getting the Writer's Workshop Bulletin Board going was finding the idea. For this board, I used a ocean patterned cotton fabric for my background. Then, I reproduced these signs and finished the board.