Students draw Frosty on each page according to the directional words given.
Directional words include between, in the middle, beside, over, on, below, and in.
This wordless book lets children get creative in making up the story based on the pictures.
Children can color and cut out the pictures to make a book.
Help students appreciate our planet with this Earth Day book! Book shape is a circle and pages need to be cut out.
Color the earth on the cover. Page one reviews litter with some true/false questions. Page two requires cutting and gluing pictures under the appropriate category (paper, aluminum, plastic). Page three reviews air pollution with a brief cutting and writing activity (pictured).
Help students become confident readers with this book that reviews the sight words I and see.
To create the book, make copies double-sided. Then cut horizontally on the dotted lines. Put pages in order, then staple.
(Book assembly guide is available to download as well.)
This packet includes a visual representation of the five senses on the first page. The second page can be used as a worksheet or mini-book. The third page lists additional activities and books.
Review counting and writing numbers and number words (one through ten) with this book.
Arctic animals include reindeer, polar bears, foxes, narwhals, walruses, seals, oxen, moose, orcas, and owls.
This easy reader reviews the life cycle of a butterfly with one sentence on each page (6 pages including title page).
This book lets children count then write the number and number word for various winter items like snowflakes and mittens. Book uses numbers one through ten.
This book about a snowman gives students the opportunity to practice reading common words such as this, is, a, for, and the.
This character frame helps students organize and better understand a character.
Book It frame includes room to expand on the character's personality traits, their role, actions, words, thoughts and feelings, problems/challenges they face, their major accomplishments, and how other characters thought and treated the character being analyzed.
Use these cute puppets to follow up a story about hibernating animals. Puppets include a frog, bear, groundhog, snake, turtle, and chipmunk.
This download will give you three different pictures with many hidden mistakes in them. Good luck!
The recess picture has 10 mistakes, a messy room has 15 mistakes, and a busy toy store has 20 mistakes.
Story sequencing is an important skill for students to practice.
For older students, have them fill in the Book It pyramid with the beginning, middle, and end events from a story before they cut and glue to create their own pyramid.
Need more detailed responses? Have students complete the vertical story sequence worksheet, which includes room to explain the beginning of the story (setting and characters), middle of the story (events and conflicts/problems), and end of the story (resolution).
The trifold story sequence worksheet is a simple way to let students expand upon the beginning, middle, and end of story events.