As a teacher, reading is very important to my instruction. Research has proven that children need to be reading at least 30 minutes a day, preferably more! Sometimes my students don’t have adequate resources at their home. I allow them to check out
Students can add this foldable in their interactive notebook page. Students must give an example of a subject and predicate. They must also complete two sentences that are missing either the subject and predicate.
This pack includes two versions of an interactive journal foldable. In one version, the examples and components of first, second, and third person are already given, and in the other version, the students have to write in the examples/components.
Students cut, glue, and sort sentences based on the 4 types: declarative, interrogative, exclamatory, and imperative. Differentiation is included in visuals reminders and simple vs. complex sentences. On the worksheets students are given examples of
I used this worksheet with my first graders when we practiced adding –ING and –ED to words. This a GREAT center activity. It includes different task cards based on root words that don’t change, drop the E, and add the final consonant. Colored
Parent Teacher Conferences are integral part of the teaching life. I personally use these letters/worksheets to plan my parent teacher conferences. I have found that giving the students and parents a chance to voice their thoughts/opinions opens
This set comes with four different versions of the menu board. There are always two different edits of each version - one with a space for students to list their words and one with just the Tic-Tac-Toe board. This spelling menu board can be used for
This packet has four sorts – two are cut and paste and two are sort and write. These sorts can be used in Word Work Stations and/or assessments. I used these with my first graders as an end of our long vowel unit as an assessment. My little kiddos
This bundle is packed with activities for your students. Each plural noun rule is/will be addressed: add s, add es, consonant y, and vowel y. There are review pages included. Students identify the words what follow the nouns, write the nouns in
Nouns are some of my favorite things to teach. I have modeled this bundle after activities I use in my classroom. This bundle includes two interactive journals - one for nouns and another for proper/common nouns. It includes two versions of a noun
This chart is based off the Daily Five Word Collector. My students keep it in their writing journals, and we record our sight words on it. It's individualized so my students write words that they have difficulty spelling on it as well. They take it
This reading log includes 75, 65, and 60 minute per week requirements. My school uses RAZ Kids, and so I have a clause in the directions requiring the students to read a portion of their minutes on the RAZ Kids website. For those who do not need a
I use this template with my reading groups to hold me accountable as a teacher. It also keeps me organized when I meet with the students. I have folders on each group, and I keep this template in the folders. When I meet with the groups, I open my
Students sort sentences based on the four types of sentences: declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory. Differentiation is included via visual cues on the sort and simple vs. complex sentences.