For some reason, I have strong memories associated with the Winter Olympics.
Animal Groups and Animal Characteristics My students love animals! So, to keep a sense of routine during these last few weeks of school, our morning have been filled with reading and writing activities for Animal Groups. My students worked in small groups and with partners to read, write, and share all about animals and animal characteristics!
Students used graphic organizers and post-it notes to record their learning. Then they worked with partners to write reports. Here's a look at our reports.
Here's a look at an alligator shaped book. Fun With Fish Students used a teacher prepared writing booklet to write on the topics of characteristics of fish, fish habitats, fish food, fish babies, and interesting fish facts.
The student work in unedited in all of these photos. Here's a look at a few of the fish designed paper plate projects. We read, studied, and wrote about Insects! Here's a look at a report!
We also covered amphibians, but I guess I did not take a photo of those projects! It's been a busy week! We finish school on June 21! Hope you are having a great month!Snow Activities - ChildFun Necklace or Ornament - Enchanted Learning Snowman Card - Enchanted Learning Snowman Necklace or Ornament - Enchanted Learning Snowman Activities - First-School Toboggan Game - Mrs.
Petersen's Preschool Page Snow Fun Pages - Mrs. Petersen's Preschool Page Frosty Readers - Mrs. Silverman's Second Grade Class. These beginning of the year writing activities have first grade students feeling confident about writer's workshop and becoming writers in the classroom.
These beginning of the year writing activities have first grade students feeling confident about writer's workshop and becoming writers in the classroom.
Free reading comprehension worksheets for grades Use these free, printable worksheets to practice and improve reading comprehension, vocabulary and writing. Each reading passage is followed by exercises which for younger students focus on recalling information directly from the text and for older students focus on prediction, inference and character traits.
Encourage children to create their own stories with this winter writing activity. Jan 06, · Snowman and winter activities are the first topics/theme we will start with as we head back to school after winter break. It was not yet winter when the students left for break in December.
It's the perfect choice for the first graders (engaging and fun) for the first week back in January. Rolled up in our snowman craft is sequence writing, science, drawing, art, poetry, rhyming, and language arts.
It’s the perfect addition to your snowman literacy units .