Build your classroom community with this friendship tree! Students each add their thumbprint to the tree and write their name under it. Place it on your classroom door to make the students feel welcome! Just a note - I usually print it on ledger
Read these poem with your students, have them circle the sight words and draw a detailed spring picture at the bottom. Next, have your students read the poem independently and fill in the missing words!
This log will help your students record their daily activity for each day of the week. In my classroom, we run laps around our track, once students have finished their laps, they come back to the classroom and colour the boxes according to how many
Read the story Owen by Kevin Henkes and have students make a connection by completing this writing page. There are two versions, so you can choose which level your students are at. They can choose a item that they love, just as much as Owen loves
Send home a small notebook and jar with 1 student. They can fill it at home, bring it back and students guess how many items are in the jar.
I cut out and glue this page to a small notebook. In the notebook, students write the sentence"There are