What Would I Take With Me
What would I take with me ... if I were going to the Bahamas on holiday, or trekking in the jungle, or travelling to the moon (and back)! You can use this lovely printable frame in so many ways. Younger children can draw or cut and stick, older children can write.
Relief Teaching Ideas
There are so many things you could do with these! Here's a few ideas: - lower case/upper case letter matching - sight words - antonyms - synonyms - math sums - shape names & pictures - analogue...
Reading Trifold Brochures
If you are looking for an engaging addition to reading workshop, these trifolds are for you! they cover several reading skills and reading strategies and these foldables are engaging for students! Students can work through just one trifold each week. It includes an anchor chart, skill explanation, a visual and sentence stems. These can be used in guided reading, independent reading, read aloud, early finishers, for homework or for morning work. #guidedreading #readingskills #readersworkshop
Beginning, Middle & End
We have been working hard on retelling the beginning, middle and end of a story. Last week we read, "Stellaluna" by Janell Cannon, and created a story map to outline the beginning, middle and end of the story. The students did an amazing job retelling the story. :) Here is the mini-anchor chart and writing activity we used in the classroom for our beginning, middle and end retelling story map... Click here to see this activity in my TpT store
Vocabulary for Interactive Notebooks-Freebie Foldable Graphic Organizer - Teaching Science with Lynda R. Williams
Vocabulary for content areas can be challenging for many students. Using foldable graphic organizers can help students to understand and retain the
Neteducatio - Nálunk mindent megtalál, ami egy pedagógus életét könnyebbé, eredményesebbé teszi
Taníts meg tanulni! - Tanulást segítő játékok, praktikák, módszereket, amelyek alkalmazásával eredményesebbé tudjuk tenni az óvodai foglalkozást, a tanórát.