1-2-3 Come Do Some Cornucopia Craftiivities With Me
Just a few more days 'til Thanksgiving. Woo hoo! As you're anxiously counting down the days 'til break, you might want to toss in a little craftiness for those last few days.
With all the testing, report cards and parent-teacher conferences that have taken place, I think everyone needs a bit of a brain break.
Here are some quick, easy and fun cornucopia-themed craftivities that take just a short amount of time, yet pack a big “Wow!” factor when completed.
The packet includes:
* Background information about cornucopias.
* A variety of crafts suitable for various levels of ability.
* Writing prompts
* Center activities
* Shape activities
* Word find
* Dice game
* Puzzles that reinforce numbers 1-10, counting backwards from 10-1, plus skip counting by 2s and 10s, in both color as well as black & white.
Click on the link to zip on over to my TpT shop to have a look see: Cornucopia-themed craftivities.
Since the Dolch fairy tale that I posted yesterday was so popular, I decided to feature another Dolch word FREEBIE today.
When you're deciding what Dolch words your students will work on, you may want to take into consideration their frequency of use.
I've included 2 Dolch word lists in this packet. One lists the order of frequency for each separate Dolch word list (pre primer-3rd grade).
The other list, categorizes all of the words, from all of the lists, by order of frequency. I hope you find it useful.
Well that's it for today. Thanks for stopping by. I have a busy day ahead, as the entire house had the carpets cleaned yesterday and things are in a stacked-up disaster everywhere.
Right timing because we're having 20 for Thanksgiving, poor timing because now I have more to do. I'm sure most everyone can relate. Wishing you a productive day, filled with lots of energy.
"The Pilgrims made seven times more graves than huts. No Americans have been more impoverished than these who, nevertheless, set aside a day of thanksgiving." ~H.U. Westermayer