Celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday with a little growth mindset writing! This balloon is perfect for writing after the Seuss favorite. Have your students think about what they want to be, where they want to travel, a goal they want to accomplish. Then,
Is your school a Great Expectations school? We know how hard it is to know when to knock, and who to knock for! Post this sweet poster outside your door to let your visitors know to knock! Print on colored paper or add colorful details with
As a part of a Great Expectations school, teachers are asked to post the 8 expectations for living. These are our school rules. These expectations are teaching our students to treat each other with respect and celebrate their differences! This
It's fall y'all! Now is the perfect time to use pumpkins for all your subjects. One of my favorite ways to use pumpkins in the classroom is describing physical properties. Students can use this organizer to keep their data in one spot. And, with
If you're using Writer's Workshop for your writing instruction, this little tool is necessary for writer's conferences! Use it to jot down a compliment and your teaching point. The checklist on the side gives you options for what the student will be
This is a great tool to get your kiddos to start writing a beginning, middle, and end story! Students can draw a picture, then write one to two sentences on the provided lines.
You can also use this in small group instruction or writing centers!
This resource was created out of necessity! Spiral review of showing a number different ways is essential to 1st grade. You can use this sheet to extend in Kinder if your students are ready and as a review in 2nd grade. I use this daily during