Each little tube has glitter and letters. Students try to find out what word the letters spell. Then they record it on a sheet.
This packet has instructions for starting bucket filling in your classroom. Step by step directions for setting up your classroom for bucket filling, as well as a break down of first week activities. This also includes a journal for your students to record their bucket filling acts and set up goals. As a culminating activity, a keepsake journal is available with a bright cover and journal pages for students to fill in about each other. This makes great memories!
If you guys are looking for a way to hold students accountable for Daily 5, this lady has GREAT task card printables for each daily 5. Go
Keep your mornings calm by organizing your outfits the Sunday before each school week! Check out The SuperHERO Teacher's Facebook page for other fun tips!
I didn't feel like the kids were actually reading, or getting anything out of parent signature reading logs. Students to have to respond to what they read in a meaningful way. This 5 part response log, with different responses each day allows students to choose which response they want to do, and complete one part a night. They then get the log back the next day to repeat the process. By the end of the week, they have done 4 responses. In Teachers Pay Teachers
For the Classroom
love this!- Pick out 5 each day for a weeks worth of excersizing, so you work different muscle groups each day. At the end of the week, put
Journal for students to record the weather each day : Turning my kids into little weather men
Kids each have a "bucket" and they fill each other's bucket throughout the week by putting in an encouraging note.
great literacy center. students can pull out a set of words and must form the words into a correct sentence. then they record them. this
DREAM Home Ideas
Interactive reading board! Each student will fill their cup with books they read in and out of school throughout the year! I used paint sample slips from a local hardware store! Thank you! Students can check out their peer cups for ideas and we will total books read by class at end of each trimester! Fill your cup with knowledge!
Bookworms. Every time students read a book, they fill out a book report, and they add a piece to the bookworm, to create a web of bookworms
Estimation Station: "Each week the students get to estimate how many items are in the bag. They choose their number, write it next to their
Smarty Pants - Sew the bottom shut, fill with Smarties candies, and hand out when students get difficult questions!
How this teacher manages: instead of having classroom jobs, she had a boy and girl "helping hand" of the day. The two helpers were responsible for all of the classroom jobs (line leader, door holder, running errands, etc.) Just write each students' name on a cutout of a hand and hang the hands on the wall and flip the hands each day. It is such a super easy system, and it works out so that students get to be a helper about once every other week. @Stacy Lynn
ab work out (no crunches) - 3 times a week, 20 reps each
around Christmas, challenge students to read 100 books by the end of the year. record title and author of each book on a paper "chain" link
Daily 5: What Should Students Do While the Teacher Works with a Small Group? By Kelly Harmon Students need to read and write for
73 hundreds charts to fill in. There are charts for up to 1000 making this great for students in grades 1-5
Students view different photo each day and make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions. LOVE this idea!!
For the Classroom
We created a FREE 49 slide PowerPoint interactive activity that will help explain the components of the Daily 5 to our students. The
Eating and Drinking
students keep on desks, throughout the day call out "time check" and students record the time....I used to do this when I taught math, really gets the kids to be able to read a clock!
Simply Skilled in Second: Daily 5....Word Work! (That storage unit is on sale this week (8/5/13) at Sam's Club!)
10 Healthy Soups to Fill You Up, Not Out. Make for lunches during the week!
Food Storage/Year Supply for under 5 bucks a week! Tells you exactly what to buy each week!
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