I revamped an "author unknown" quote I found online and made it appropriate for teaching. Hope you like it.
Reinforce number recognition & simple addition with these sweet bee-themed number puzzle games.
Here's an anchor chart poster featuring the parts of a honey bee. I've also included a bibliography of my favorite bee books, along with educational links to bee videos.
"I love you to pieces" is a super-fun "rip & tear" craftivity that will help strengthen those finger muscles.
This is a super-simple, end-of-the-year writing prompt that makes a quick and easy memory book, or class book you can share with your next year's kiddos.
Use this cute bicycle template for a sweet end of the year writing prompt, where students choose two wheels and write about their favorite things that year inside the spokes. You can also use it as an icebreaker at the beginning of the year, as an interesting way to get to know your new students.
I'm putting this in my back-to-school section as well as something to make in May or June, so that you can remember to make a copy of your first day photographs, in order to have them to make this sweet keepsake craftivity at the end of the year. If you look closely you'll see the butterfly that "frames" the "then and now" photos.
This "craftivity" packet is very versatile. I have templates that you can use at the end of the school year, where students write about the"souper" summer they are looking forward to, or the "souper" year they had, or they can make one for your next year's kiddos explaining why they are going to have a "souper" year in __________ grade.
With the superhero craze in full swing, I'm sure your students will enjoy the many options in this packet for making some superhero Father's Day paper love.