Read the directions to your students and have them color in this number grid appropriately. If they've followed the directions correctly, an apple will be revealed. This is a quick, easy and fun way to teach, review and assess: number recognition, spatial directions, ordinal numbers, diagonal lines, plus listening and following directions. This packet will be free for an entire year, after which time it will be updated & put in Diane's Dollar Deals in my TpT shop.
These "shapely apples" can be used as anchor chart posters, large flashcards, a bulletin board, and assessment tools. Make extra sets and use them for independent centers and games. Children can also choose their favorite shape and make a shapely apple of their own. A shape attributes worksheet is also included.
This is a quick, easy and fun apple-themed game to play with your students, to whole-group assess spatial directions.
I designed the folder flip files, as a way to introduce early elementary students to doing research and putting facts that they find interesting into their own words. These are a great precursor to reports that they'll later be writing.
This apple icebreaker is a fun way to get to know your students. So that your kiddos can get to know you too, make sure you make a personal sample. Packet includes the writing prompt template, plus a blank one for you to fill in with whatever. This actiity will be FREE for an entire year(!) after which time it will be up-dated and put into my 20-page "Fall Writing Prompts Craftivity packet."
You've heard of an apple for the teacher, well this is an apple from the teacher. They are a quick, easy and healthy alternative to a back to school treat bag. If you'll be studying apples in the fall, this snack fits right in.
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.
Including adjectives, enhances students' writing. Here are 10 fall-themed describing worksheets that will help your students practice this skill. Includes an adjective definition anchor chart.
An interesting and fun way to introduce a lesson, is with a KWL. This is a graphic representation of what students KNOW, WHAT they WANT to find out, and finally, what they have LEARNED, when you've completed your unit. There are quite a few topics in the fall that lend themselves to KWL's.