Activity for Chrysanthemum. Every time someone says something mean to her, kids crumple up a smooth heart. Try to smooth it out at the end when they say nice things. Message: hard to smooth a wrinkled heart.
Looking for a simple DIY classroom project to help keep you Kindergarten and Preschool students engaged during story time?! Come check out this easy DIY felt board and felt board story props, which are the perfect read aloud activities!
Make sure students are engaged during Silent Reading by using highlighting tape and this bookmark. Especially the lower readers who are challenged by trying to record their thinking with pencil and paper.
"While you read today, use the tape to track your thinking/learning."
Green: use to mark main
Orange:use to mark new vocabulary
Words you learned
Pink: I have a question here,
FIX IT UP SENTENCES (APRIL) - NOW AVAILABLE! This pack makes great morning work, literacy centers, homework, or a mini lesson. Students are required to correct each sentence by capitalizing words at the beginning of the sentence and a few other words such as Easter and add the correct ending punctuation. Your students will have FUN "fixing" each sentence. Take a look! $
The snowball writing method is a fun way to teach your students how to write collaboratively. Students write, crumple, and throw. Their stories are continued by another student in the class! #writing#teaching#EnglishLanguageArts
Rainbow Words are a fun and engaging way to practice SIGHT WORDS in the classroom and at home. Students work their way through each level (25 words per color of the rainbow). Using these color coded cards students can differentiate their own word work time by using their own cards with easy to prep word work activities.
This worksheet is full of sight words. At the top are the sight words for the week/day/month etc. Students have to find those sight words on the page and circle or highlight those words. By using this activity it keeps them familiar with all sight words while looks specifically for the words of the week.
Comprehension 2- Plate sequencing activity. The teacher will read a story to the students aloud. After the story, the teacher will hand students pre-cut images of events in the story. Students will place the images in correct order. The book should be available for reference if students need help during the activity.