Mother's Day

28 pages. Common Core State Standards:RF.K3c, L.K.2a, L.K.2b, L.1.2b, RF.1.1a Punctuation paddles are quick and easy to make and a super-fun way for students to learn about end punctuation. They also make a terrific whole-group assessment tool.

12 pages. Common Core State Standards: RF.K1a, RF.K1c, RF.K2a, RF.K3c, L.K2a, L.K2b A sweet story to help students learn the months.
1 page. Teach your students how to sign or finger-spell "I love you" and then send this note home for them to leave somewhere. They'll enjoy the great fine motor skill of signing for their families, and the excitement of a mystery note that they can hide
6 pages. This is a terrific writing prompt for a Mother's Day activity. Students use adjectives and verbs to describe their mom, draw a picture and cut out the happy Mother's Day heart. Make it even more of a keepsake by adding a school picture.
9 pages. What a lovely card for mom. Use my 3 templates or have students brainstorm a list of words with you, write them on the board and then have students create their own word art as an independent computer activity.

5 pages. Make this card for Valentines' Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, or Grandparent's Day.

3 pages. For a quick and easy art center, add this bookmark to your Mother's Day gift-making activities.
5 pages. Teach children how to sign "I love you." and then have them make this Mother's Day Sign Language card, certain to become a keepsake and special memory!

29 pages. I've updated this packet.  This makes a wonderful "craftivity" card for students to make their mom's for Mother's Day. Also includes a matching easy reader booklet. There are 3 similar booklets for various ages and levels of ability.

70 pages A Monthly Newsletter Packet chock full of a little bit of everything that might go on during that month.
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