This book explains what happens before, during, and after a little chick is born using an incubator.
A great follow up to Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? (by Bill Martin Jr. / Eric Carle), or any lesson reviewing shapes or color words.
Shapes and colors used are orange square, purple circle, green triangle, brown rectangle, blue diamond, red heart, and yellow star.
Help students feel confident reading and writing common words with these worksheets!
Words include a, am, and, at, big, but, can, color words (black, blue, brown, green, purple, red, white, yellow), do, go, have, here, in, is, it, like, little, look, my, not, number words (one, two, three), see, where, the, to, up, we, what, you, and more.
Download the cover page and use any or all of these pages to create a helpful book for your students!
Students will love reading about baby Bim in this story. High frequency words included are me, with, and she.
This cute little book has no words! The child tells the story of how a little chick hatches from the egg using his/her own words.
To make, children must color pictures, cut out egg-shaped pages, and place in the correct order before stapling.
This book about a snowman gives students the opportunity to practice reading common words such as this, is, a, for, and the.
Practice the short /u/ sound with this cute books about teamwork and a tub.
High frequency words include carry, bring, our, hold, and us.
Children will love reading this story about items at a toy store. They will practice reading common words like I, am, and a.
Give your students a card for St. Patrick's Day with this message:
"May the luck of the Irish be with you. Happy St. Patrick's Day!"
Introduce different hats with any of these wonderful stories:
Which Hat Is That? By Anna Grossnickle Hines
The Hat Book by Leonard Shortall
Celebrate a love of reading and unite as a school with these ideas based on books by Dr. Seuss:
Cat in the Hat Day - wear red and white
Grinch Day - wear green
Foot Day - wear socks that do not match
Diffendoofer Day - wear striped shirts
Read a Shirt Day - wear a shirt filled with words
Sneetches Day - make and pin a green star on your shirt
Hat Day - pay to wear a hat and donate the money to the public library, buy a classroom book, etc.
Hats off to Dr. Seuss, whose real name was Theodor Geisel, for his ability to write entertaining books for young readers
"A person's a person, no matter how small!"
"Children want the same things we want. To laugh, to be challenged, to be entertained, and delighted."
This toolkit provides insights, strategies, activities, and resources to address bullying. It's designed for
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.