This fun scarecrow craft is very versatile. I've included "patches" for a variety of standards: Upper and lowercase letters, vowels, blends, beginning sounds, matching words with pictures, numbers 0-30, odd and even, shapes, colors, contractions, compound words, CVC words, and rhyming words. Choose whichever one you want to work on. Students make their scarecrow and then trim and glue on the appropriate patches.
If your school has to fulfill the Constitution Day educational requirement, you'll enjoy this vocabulary-building packet. There is a lot of vocabulary that goes along with explaining the Constitution. Many of these words are new to your students. There are 42 Constitution-related word cards in this packet, with matching definition cards.
Do you have a cat-theme going? Do your kiddos enjoy Pete the Cat stories? If so, I think you'll like this alpha cat packet. The packet includes separate upper and lowercase letters that are purr-fect for Memory Match and "I Have; Who Has?" games. There's also a set of cards with both the upper and lowercase letter on them. Cut them up to make puzzles, or run off a set for each student. They color, trim, collate and add a cover to make an Itty Bitty booklet.
To help reinforce colors and color words, play this "spin to win" cool cat color game. Students choose a partner and take turns spinning. Whatever color they land on, they color that sneaker, and then trace and write the matching color word in that color. The first one to complete their bookmark with all of the colors is the winner.
This packet is a fun way to reinforce colors and color words. Use the cards for Memory Match and "I Have; Who Has?" games. Students match the color word card to the matching color shoe card.
This is a quick, easy and fun game that you can make for an independent alphabet center, which will help reinforce upper and lowercase letter identification.
Here's a fun way to help your students learn how to read number words and match them to the correct numbers. There are 5 ways to play the matching games. Print, laminate and trim the templates and use them as independent math centers. This is an interesting game for a Daily 5 activity as well, and can also be sent home with a struggling student for 1-on-1 practice with a parent.
There are a variety of ways you can use this packet. For a back to school treat bag, run off the "Welcome" puzzle template. Personalize them with your students' names. Cut up each puzzle and put them in Ziplock Baggies. Choose one of 3 header cards and attach. You can also give them during your apple studies or as an inexpensive gift for birthdays, Valentine's Day etc. A large apple puzzle, to be used as an independent center activity, is also included, as well as a blank grid, to help younger students easily put their puzzles together.
Teach, review, practice and whole-group assess with these apple-themed "I Spy!" games. Packet includes worksheet-games for uppercase letters, lowercase letters, shapes, numbers 0-10, numbers 0-20, plus a blank template to fill in higher numbers. Students enjoy playing the game and you can see at a glance who is having difficulty.