First Day of School Lesson Plans and Activities 24 July The first days back are the most exciting and yet overwhelming days of the year! Empty bulletin boards, a new audience for all your favorite read alouds and of course, all the crafts and activities you've pinned on your "back-to-school" Pinterest board all summer.
October Read Alouds 07 October There are so many great books that bring the magic of October alive in the classroom, but I've picked 10 of my favorites to share with you today! A few of these don't make their way on my classroom bookshelf or into my library book bins for good reason!
I typically put away the books I use for instruction until I read them to my class.
Once I do, I'll place them on the shelf and into the eager hands of my students. This post contains affiliate links for your shopping convenience. Rather than just giving you a quick little blurb of each, I thought it would be more beneficial to explain how I use them in my classroom.
While I'm aware there are so many restraints on the curriculum and schedules in schools today, I'm lucky enough to work in a district that supports my creativity and design to integrate these when possible.
Be sure to keep that in mind when reading. When I can, I look at the teaching points in my monthly content and find away to make it work! This book encompasses both skills in one great story!
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It inspires you to have your own hands-on pumpkin themed counting experiment. One day in the month of October, parents come in for a pumpkin filled day of fun.
It's lots of fun and is sure to surprise even your highest thinkers with the results! You can find it on Amazon here. Many lessons focus on also using a "reader's voice.
A few years back my class taught me how their Kinder teachers taught them the match hand gestures, which I have since adopted. Pumpkin Pumpkin is perfect when teaching into fluency because of the predictable structure of the text. Students can also use pictures for tricky words and focus on how to "read punctuation.
You can find it here. The images are eye catching and facts are fun filled! It also the perfect model when asking and answering questions about a topic. It's a definite must read and purchase for your classroom. Each page features a state in the US and a specific event, place, tale or tradition!
Now when I introduce the book, I'm sure to give it a big into! Then we take the time finding the different states featured in the book on a map.
My students know the NJ page every time!Celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday on March 2nd with these printable worksheets and activities. Math.
Addition. Writing Story Pictures. Writing Worksheets. More ELA Worksheets. Phonics & Early Literacy. Alphabet. Phonics Worksheets. Kindergarten and 1st Grade. Name The Dr. Seuss Books FREE.
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dr seuss books - for a baby shower for a child you can ask guests to bring their favorite dr seuss book!
Find this Pin and more on First Grade Dr. Seuss by Ann (Swanie) Swanson. Seuss books with activities for each book. printable coloring sheets, and crayons in goodie bags. Decorate your room with this bright and colorful Dr Seuss inspired multipurpose classroom pack. It includes MS Word editable labels, tags, frames, pennants, binder covers, and spines to organize and beautify your classroom.
I drew these hats to use in my classroom and posted them here at A to Z w-a-a-y back in These are for personal use in your own classroom and/or home. Official site of Dr.
Seuss and the Cat in the Hat featuring games, printable activities, the complete illustrated character guide, information about creator Theodor Geisel and his books for kids, parent and teacher resources, and a photo gallery of his artwork.