This product includes three differentiated story retell forms to use with The Little Red Hen. Students may write, draw, or use multiple choice options to answer parts of the retell (see preview on TpT!).
Are you looking for a ready to print turkey hat? Choose one of the four included designs for your students to color and paste onto a sentence strip!
Choices include: 1. Turkey with the words "Happy Thanksgiving!" 2. Turkey with a fill-in-the-blank sentence: "I am thankful for _____." 3. Turkey with a blank line for writing a complete sentence. 4. Turkey with no line: Write your name or draw a picture.
Use these pages to help your little ones learn about the various ways to represent numbers 0-10. I've included an anchor chart, which can be either enlarged or laminated to use in small groups. Students can practice: * Writing NUMBER WORDS 0-10 * TRACING numbers 0-10 * WRITING NUMBERS 0-10 * Drawing dots on TEN FRAMES * Representing 0-10 with TALLY MARKS
Each Monday, a variety of TpT sellers will be drastically reducing prices on ONE item in their stores! Just type #markdownmonday and you'll find a wide range of great deals! Since it's back to school season, I've reduced the price of my "How We Get Home Backpack Labels" to only $1.00 at MY TPT STORE! These are perfect for tagging little ones during the first weeks of school and I've used these for years (and updated the selection over time). Just print, laminate, hole punch, and zip tie to backpacks! I place these in a container and tag students' backpacks during orientation or during the first day when I greet parents. This has been especially helpful with kinders who can sometimes be shy or unsure of themselves. Hope you enjoy!!
***UPDATED*** This set now includes numbers 1-36! ********************** I couldn't find these anywhere that looked "just right" so I had to make my own! Use these building block themed numbers in a variety of ways in your classroom:
* Number cubbies or backpack hooks
* Use for number lines or counting
* Tape on the floor if you use a numbered line order
* Number desks, chairs, journals, or folders
* Labeling team or table numbers
* Tape next to your existing class rules
If you can think of other uses, please feel free to mention it in the comments below!
Summer is going by so quickly and I was given the joyous responsibility to create an assessment for our incoming kindergarten students! Knowing that time is limited, but that we need data to sort students fairly, I've created an assessment to measure some of the basics for our students: For READING: * Uppercase Letters * Lowercase Letters * Letter Sounds * Sight Words * Writing Your Name For MATH: * Counting to 100 (no chart...just counting orally) * Counting by Tens * Identifying Numbers 0 - 20 * Counting Objects * Writing Numbers to 25 * Addition * Subtraction I've included a data sheet as well, so wish me luck! This is our first time sorting students in advance with ACTUAL DATA! I'm excited!! I've also slowwwwwly moving toward changes in my product covers! I'm pretty proud, but this took entirely too long to make...and then it was too big to upload to TPT! Ugh!
How many of you test kindergarten students in advance?What skills are a priority to you? Please feel free to leave comments below! If you're interested in purchasing or downloading the preview, click this link: KINDERGARTEN SCREENING ASSESSMENT
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My classroom awards have been updated to include 35 editable awards! Be sure to click 'scale to size' via print preview prior to printing.
Here are the new categories....drum roll please:
* Amazing Athlete Award * Amazing Attendance Award * Awesome Artist Award * Awesome Attitude Award * Blooming Behavior Award * Cheerleader Award * Dazzling Dojo Award * Endless Enthusiasm Award * Excellent Example Award * Fabulous Friend Award * Great Growth Award * Handy Helper Award * Happy Handwriting Award * Happy Hugger Award * Homework Hero Award * Immense Imagination Award * iReady Math Award * iReady Reading Award * Lots of Leadership Award * Marvelous Manners Award * Math Magician Award * Miss Manners Award * Perseverance Award * Positive Participation Award * Radical Reader Award * Really Responsible Award * Refined Writing Award * Rockin' Reader Award * Sincerity Award * Sunny Smile Award * Super Citizenship Award * Super Scientist Award * Team Player Award * Tech Support Award * Welcome Aboard Award
Per request, these have been updated! I use these at the beginning of the year with my kindergarten students. Simply laminate, slice, and attach to a backpack using a zip tie OR print as labels to stick on shirts.
Labels included in this set: 1 - Car Rider 2 - Walker 3 - Bus Rider 4 - Bus # ____ 5 - Day Care 6 - Bike Rider 7 - Team Up 8 - Extended Day 9 - Tutoring 10 - Parent Pick Up 11 - Blank label with star graphic (make your own!)
I have finally updated my Mother's Day item! Currently 50% off! This bundle includes: * Questionnaire for Mom * Questionnaire for Grandma * Mother's Day Coupons (write on the line) * Mother's Day Coupons (pre-filled) * Friendly Letter to Mom * Drawing/Writing Activity I may add more to this later, so feel free to add your suggestions in the comments section. :)
Once again, I have found myself creating materials to help my students get additional practice beyond our curriculum. This bundle reviews 2D and 3D shapes with a bit more depth. I may add more pages later, but right now need to work on lesson plans!!
For some reason, my cover page cracked me up. I felt like I needed to label the shapes since it looked like the two kids were partying a little TOO hard. LOL!!
Here's screenshot and you can check out the preview on TPT:
Well, I have finally made this, but many of those here in Jax probably have already taught this topic, but hey...there's always next year! I wasn't sure whether to call this one "Colonial Trades" or "Colonial Jobs" so it's sort of a combination of the two, since I'm not sure if being a farmer was considered a trade or not.
Our adventure continues in Colonial America! This week, we used my (ahem - just made on TPT) bartering pages. Each child chose their Colonial job: they could either have a trade in town or live in the country as a farmer. The mission: barter your products in order to get eight food items, four clothing items, and four items made from wood or metal to take back home. The final produce should look something like this:
After choosing their line of work, everyone got busy coloring their products and making their own advertisements. I was the local carpenter, specializing in making wooden beds. First, I modeled how to promote my product with a bit of exaggeration (Yes I did sneak in a bit of persuasive writing, didn't I?) and then stood in front of my little "Colonists" to brag about the most awesome, comfortable beds in Colonial America! Each student got to do the same thing, and some of their ads were a hoot to read!! I don't know who gave them the idea to put "50% off" though....
Finally, one of my wonderful parents donated supplies so we could experience the job of a Colonial baker! The dough was mixed inside a gallon-sized Ziploc, which meant...you guessed it...NO MESS! We passed it around and everyone got to help knead the big bag before I passed out their individual bags. If you do this activity, be sure to double-bag your dough, as the children tend to squish and mix the dough with all of their might.
The best part, however, was a parent's idea - give the kids pre-made bags of pizza dough to knead. Well, I'll tell you what...those children needed to knead!! They pounded, stretched, beat, elbowed, and killed that dough! It was hilarious! The kids ate pre-made bread sticks afterwards, so we didn't have to bake in class - yay! Finally, a successful food experience!