Tweet 3K Shares I have been busy brainstorming ways to get M and M excited about reading on their own.
Class books, pocket chart activities, various activity sheets for getting to know your class, and more. So many files to choose from!
This year will be off to a great start with these activities. These files are zipped. Every file is PDF as well as either Word of Publisher so you can easily modify if you own those programs. Below is an index of what is found in the packet. Suggested grades are next to each file.
Be sure to check out the preview file as well! Have the students read the statement in the box, find an item to match the statement, draw a picture, and write a word in the box.
For grades Read the statement to your students and have them find the item that matches the statement. Then they must draw a picture of the item in the box.
First Day Name Tags Type a students name on a name tag in the space provided. Students, who are leaving school on a bus, would get a bus name tag. Students who are walking home would get a sneaker name tag.
Students who are getting a ride home would get a car name tag. After you type the names on the tags, print the tags on cardstock, laminate, and place a pin on the back.
Give each student their name tag on the first day. Each page has a picture for your student to color. You can read the book together k-1 and then have the students take it home to share with an adult. Back To School Times A writing activity for the first day.
The student fills in the newspaper writing prompt to create an All About Me paper. You could display these on a bulletin board. Parents would enjoy these at open house.
These are also nice to save for the portfolio. How Did You Get Here? A tally and graphing activity.Charles Doe has been teaching for 32 years, including 20 years as a Title I reading specialist and 3 years as a media specialist.
In addition to presenting and writing articles, he has been involved with computers in education for 12 years. He also is a long-time product reviewer for . 42 Teachnology Timeline-timeline of munication technology pre 20st century media impact 30 bc – in ice age europe people mark ivory bone and stone with patterns to keep track of time using a lunar calendar this timeline of clothing and textiles technology covers the events of fiber and flexible woven material worn on the body including making modification battery technology batteries.
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Newspaper articles are meant to be read with efficiency, so they follow a style that is sometimes called an “inverted pyramid.” This activity will show students how to follow the organization of a newspaper article. Need a current events worksheet for your classroom? Use this free Current Events Report handout!