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This pdf has 32 different Valentine’s Day Cards. You can give them to your students or have students make them for each other. The cards come with both colored and white backgrounds to give you lots of options.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Here’s our Valentine’s Day Freebie! Students can read all about Saint Valentine and traditions of Valentine’s Day and then answer questions on the organizer.
Happy New Year! Here’s our Let it Snow Sample Freebie! Students read all about snow, answer questions on the organizer and complete the life cycle of a snowflake diagram to show what they know!
Ring in New Years 2018 with this creative reflection activity! A perfectly wonderful activity for the 1st week back after winter break! One activity focuses on learning from the past by “Looking Back at 2017” and another activity focuses planning for the future by “Looking Ahead to 2018.” Just copy the organizers back to back and you’re ready to go!
Happy Holidays! For a sneak peek inside our Treasure Each Month: December Activity Bundle check out this Saint Nicolas Christmas Freebie! Students read about Saint Nicolas and then use this cut and sort activity to show what they know!
A Valentine’s Day pack that will make your heart sing! It includes a 5-page flip book based on all the things students love, a word scramblin’, an ABC page, and a love note template. These printable pages work great as activities for morning work, valentine centers, writing centers, or for fast finishers. Happy Valentine’s Day!
A set of five printables for Groundhog Day…What is your prediction? Where do groundhogs live? and Let’s Write a Letter to Mr. Groundhog. These work well as a fun activity in centers or for morning work. Happy Groundhog Day!
Great organizers to use to research about Martin Luther King, Jr. Is your class learning and studying about one of the greatest civil rights leaders in American history, Martin Luther King Jr.? These three graphic organizers are perfect for celebrating and learning all about the life of this amazing man!
Winter’s a perfect time to learn about those funny waddling creatures! This mini-unit is a great way to start the unit. It includes a reading passage about penguins, fact organizer to complete after reading, and four photo posters for your bulletin board.
Copy the polar bear parts from this pack. Have students choose a colored construction paper for their background, dark colors work best. You can use old newspapers for the polar bear’s head, if desired. Then tear up scrap pieces of white paper for the snowy landscape. This craft project works well after learning about polar bears.
Is your class researching about famous inventors, scientists, mathematicians, or influential people in history? These custom-created 2-page graphic organizers are perfect for guiding their research.
Amelia Earhart was one of the bravest women in history. She has been an inspiration to women around the world throughout history. Not only was she first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean but she proved without a doubt that with courage and persistence women can do anything! This biography unit includes reading passages that tell her life story, graphic organizers, vocabulary posters, and flip book!
This pack is a set of printables to use during your St. Patrick’s Day celebration. They can be used in a few ways including as a St. Patrick’s Day Scavenger Hunt – post these posters around the classroom. Have students travel around to read each one and answer the questions on their scavenger hunt organizers. Play a giant game of Concentration – move the desks out of the way, lay the posters face down on the floor. Have students take turns flipping them over, reading the information, and trying to match them. The student with the most matching pairs at the end of the game wins. This works best when played with a small group of 2-4 students.
These fun illustrated story starters are sure to get your students writing. There are 9 different illustrations and writing prompts included. Great to use for a writing center activity too! Just print and go!
Happy Easter! Enjoy this pack of fun Easter activities including facts about rabbits, hidden eggs, word scramble, and Easter-themed writing activities.
Celebrate Earth Day product with this non-fiction resource. It includes reading passages, vocabulary posters, and a 5-page flip book. Students will love learning all about Earth Day and ways they can help save our Earth with this creative and interactive activity pack!
For a sneak peek inside our Treasure Each Month: April Activities Bundle check out this All About Chickens and Life Cycle of a Chicken Freebie!
Welcome Spring Organizers with these 11×17 BIG Placemat Size – Welcome Spring with these unique organizers that are FUN in a BIG way! This cool and creative product is two “BIG” Spring Organizers——11×17—–as a PDF. You might want to have them printed at a local print shop for a few dollars. They come in both black and white or color. Or, if you prefer, you can print them in color, laminate it, and have students use a dry eraser marker to complete both sides.
Students will love this fun way to reflect on this past year. Reflection questions help students wrap up the year in a positive way! There are two pages to copy back to back–great for morning work or centers during those last days of school! There are 6 reflection pages included in this pack–for younger and older students.
In this gift pack, you’ll find interview organizers, 18 colorful chore coupons, and a fun flower printable to make just for MOM. Have student conduct an interview with their mom. The act of conversation is a wonderful gift. This is a great activity for students to do with their mothers and/or grandmothers to learn more about their past. Using the organizers, students interview their mother or grandmother and write down their responses or video record them using an I-pad or cell phone.
Back to School & Fall Resources:
Happy November! For a sneak peek inside our Treasure Each Month: November Activity Bundle check out this Turkey Sample Freebie!
Are you nuts about fall? I am! This fall bulletin board freebie helps you create a fall bulletin boards in a snap! Follow the directions in the pack to create your own colorful fall display! Banner Titles include: Nuts About Fall, Nuts For Fall, Welcome Fall, and Happy Fall!
Happy October! For a sneak peek inside our Treasure Each Month: October Activity Bundle check out this Spider Sample Freebie! It includes a reading passage about those awesome arachnids and a cut-n-sort spider activity too!
Daily Reflections help students wrap up their day or a daily lesson in a positive way! The questions are geared for an elementary social studies classroom. Many of the reflections have maps (world map or US map) for students to color where they have been learning about. There are six different versions of these daily reflections to use as exit slips for social studies OR as a perfect way to wrap up at the end of a unit.
Be Smart Back to School Classroom Rules Poster. This colorful and creative poster is great for decorating your classroom! This 8.5 x 11 Rules Poster will look wonderful in your classroom. Just print, laminate, and post. If desired, you could enlarge it or have it printed at a local print shop like Office Depot, Costco, or Staples for a small price but a fantastic poster-sized display.
Creating a Time Capsule is an awesome critical thinking and fun writing activity to do with students! It works especially well at the end of the year to create a special keepsake! Teachers love it because it’s meaningful and students love it because it’s a creative project that’s all about them! Have your class create their own time capsules by downloading the mini-unit.
The anticipatory set refers to an activity to focus the attention of the class to get ready for the lesson that will follow.he anticipatory set refers to an activity to focus the attention of the class to get ready for the lesson that will follow. This checklist will be valuable for helping teachers plan out a fun and meaningful anticipatory set for any subject. There’s an article on my blog that gives examples and explains how to use this tool.
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