This lesson was made by my wonderful teammate, Lauren Clowers. Highlighters, sticky notes, pens, pencils, all that fun stuff. I love growing bundles because you get things not only at a bundled discount but free stuff too as things are added. Tuesday's warm up - do the helper red words again but this time, if you feel like they're ready, give them the sentences with helper red next like this: They set their card with the word facing up on their chair and start walking around the inside of the circle.
Students just grab a word card and build it with the letter cards. Thank you so much for your time. Person 2 - you are the listener.
Write a new story about a different cat in a hat. Which do you prefer. Besides the fact that it is super fun, hands-on, and will get them excited about telling time, it will also help them focus on how a clock looks and works Look at the teacher answer key.
As I say in this blog over and over, differentiating for all students - both low students AND high students - is really important to me so I try to include the same activities in different levels as much as possible.
Each page has a word, a picture of the word to color, and lines to write a sentence about their picture using the word. On Friday, read the passage together. It's the little things. They could draw or use words to compare themselves with Pete the Cat. Saying you're tired is like saying pizza is delicious.
Pete Saves Christmas Worksheets — If your class likes to read the Christmas version, then these worksheets may be right up their alley. Just keep your hands up in the air in a frozen high five with the student - they'll giggle and get it. Then I start complaining about my feet starting to itch Friday, August 10, Guided Reading: I also LOVE sand writing!!.
Here are some of the nonfiction books we read this week to help us fill in our bear chart. Second Grade Journal Writing Prompts — Recently, a lovely reader named Trina left a comment on our post about Elementary Writing 49 Ideas and Story Starters for Kids. She contributed 46 fabulous journal prompt and writing ideas, and I had to share them with you.
K-1 Student Center Activities: Fluency © The Florida Center for Reading Research (Revised, ) If cards do not match (e.g., cat, “b” letter card), return cards to their original positions and allow partner to take a turn. 4. Continue until the timer goes off.
5. Peer evaluation Extensions and Adaptations.
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