Children read, add end punctuation, circle the capital letters, underline the adjectives, trace and write the directional words and then color, cut and glue the matching picture.
Reinforce lots of Common Core State Standards with this sweet easy-reader that incorporates the 5 senses. Students read, trace, write, add end punctuation, underline the adjectives and color the pictures.
This seed packet practices a variety of math standards: Data collection & analysis, sorting, comparing & contrasting, predicting, guess-timating, counting, sequencing, greater than, less than & equal to, plus graphing. You can do these activities as a whole group, or set things up as a center and have students work independently on their own seed worksheets. If you like this activity be sure and check out the easy-reader: My Seeds.
Help students practice and improve their writing, as well as review the 5 senses, with this candy corn graphic organizer.
Review the 5 senses with this cute pumpkin "craftivity." Students cut out the words and label Sam.
Increase your students' writing skills with this quick and easy pumpkin "craftivity" that reinforces the use of adjectives, as well as involving the 5 senses. If you like this activity, be sure and check out the matching apple one.
The life cycle of an apple dangler, is quite lovely when completed. Younger children can make this as a flat project, older students can add extra pizzazz, by making it 3D. To do that, simply glue 2 treetops and 2 tree trunks together on the fold. The 3D apple is made up of a red, yellow and green apple. The blossom is a coffee filter, with the edges colored by a pink marker.
There are 3 Life Cycle of an Apple craftivities in this packet + 2 different apple life cycle templates to choose from. Children can color, cut and glue their life cycle to an apple, apple tree, or apple pie plate, or use the photographs instead of the coloring clip art.
There is a front and back to the apple and apple tree projects. Completed projects look wonderful dangling from the ceiling. The apple pie life cycle makes a sweet bulletin board. I spray the pie slice with apple spice fragrance for the finishing touch.
Increase your students' writing skills with this quick and easy apple "craftivity" that reinforces the use of adjectives, as well as involving the 5 senses. If you like this activity, be sure and check out the matching pumpkin one.
A quick, easy and fun way to teach the parts of an apple. Run the apple cover off on red, yellow and green construction paper and give students a choice. Older children can label their apple by writing on the lines, younger students can cut and glue the word-labels.