This reading log not only gives students a place to record their reading, but also prompts them to write a sentence or two about each book. Ex: Describe your favorite character using complete sentences.
This is a super easy way to introduce those little ones to research reports! The form prompts for a topic sentence and 3 supporting details so this can easily be turned into a paragraph writing project. It also prompts for research sources. Enjoy!
This writing paper includes the dotted line for handwriting guidance as well as a mini-rubric/self-check at the bottom of each page where students can be reminded of checking for capital letter, punctuation, etc.
Leprechaun Spotting Posters are a ton of fun to hang in the hallways around your classroom! Each March I hang these for St. Patrick's Day and I get to sit back and enjoy student gossip about all of the leprechauns they believe they've seen! It's a
This file contains a classroom passport (Mexico, Germany, Italy, Africa, England, Holland, Sweden, Israel, France, India, USA, North Pole), holiday handwriting pages, daily journal pages, boarding passes, world map, suitcase, and country flags.
This monthly reading log is super simple! Students color one small picture for each night they read 20 minutes or more. There is a guide at the bottom encouraging students to read for more than 25 days per month. This file includes a log for :
This is a wonderful homework template that I've used in 2nd grade. Each day there is a spot for you to add math practice problems, 5 spelling words, and there is a spelling word task each day. There is also a reminder to read for 20 minutes each
This is a book to give your class as an activity that would make a great culmination to a pumpkin unit. Using a real pumpkin(s) the students are prompted to study their pumpkin, measuring circumference, weight, height, etc... The students have so
This is a great form to use after a read aloud or silent reading time. This reading response gives the students the opportunity to explain what happened in the story and how they feel about it. This workpage also features guidelines for writing.
This reading response is quick and easy! I ask my 2nd graders to fill one out each Friday after D.E.A.R. time to help hold them accountable for the book they have been reading all week. I have used the handwriting guidelines, too, because
This simple book report form is a great way to get kids thinking about beginning, middle, and end. I like to throw this form into the homework packet. It doesn't take much time to complete, and it's a great way to have kids share a book they've
Use this writing page to help your students formulate a topic sentence, 3 supporting detail sentences, and a closing sentence. This page prompts for color coding each sentence and is a wonderful way to transition eventually from single paragraph
These passes are perfect for classroom rewards or a classroom store. I use them in my class in conjunction with our class cash system. I set high prices on these valuable passes and the students have the opportunity to buy them from me once a