5 pages. Common Core State Standard: 1.MD.3a
A fun way to review analog and digital time. Print off the color copies, laminate and glue to Popsicle sticks so that you can reuse them each year. Using a dry erase marker, students show the time that the teacher calls out, they then flip the Popsicle stick to show the digital time. This is a quick and easy way to whole-group assess. A black and white template is also included, so that students can make and color one for themselves.
If you have an owl theme going in your classroom, then you'll enjoy these 10 Frame activities. If you like teaching by theme, be sure and check out the many other 10 Frame packets.
If you're decorating with an owl theme, or just love owls, I think you'll enjoy this classroom management tip. Being "fair" and getting your turn, is extremely important to young children. You may think you know that Kelli had a turn, but let's face it we all can't remember everything. By making these, there will be no arguments. The proof is in the can. Remind students NOT to play with the cans or take the sticks out.
7 pages. Common Core State Standards: 1.MD.3a
You can make just a teacher clock to help demonstrate how to tell time, or you can print off the templates so that each of your students has one. This is a quick and easy way to whole group assess. If you'd like a matching digital owl clock click on the link.
10 pages. Common Core State Standards:RF.K.1d, L.1.1a Look closely at Ollie the owls eyes. You will see an uppercase letter in one, and a lowercase letter in the other. Ollie is a "Turn & Learn" alphabet wheel.
23 pages. Common Core State Standards: K.G.1, K.G.2, K.MD.3, 1.MD.4, 1.G.1 Make these silly shaped owls and increase your students knOWLedge of shapes, shape words, attributes etc.
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7 pages. These are quick, easy and rather inexpensive gifts to make for your students for the first week of school.