This is a cute Cinquain poem that makes a great bulletin board piece and is good practice for editing and revising. The student will fill in the first page. This page gives them hints for what word goes in the blank. When they finish this they will want to check it for spelling and to make sure they choose words that work for each blank.
Once they are done with there rough draft they will make their final draft. This can be done on the template provided or you can let them choose a piece of color construction paper and have them make lines with a ruler.
We couldn't start February without making some great stations for the month. I am really excited about how cute these turned out.
Letter cards that can be used with the sorting sheets. There is also an acitivity for before and after. The letters can just be used in an ABC station or to help with the Boogle game.
A Valentines spinner where students keep track with tally marks and then graph the information and answer the questions
These cards are laminated and then students can use dry erase markers to make all the words they can for each word family and then easily clean them off for the next student.
I love these stamp a word cards. Students look at the picture on the card and then stamp out how to spell it.
Students put the mixed up sentences in order and then write them on the recording sheet.
The synonym cards can be used to match or can be used to play memory.
Students match the words with the contraction they make and then write their answers on the recording sheet.
These cute cards are for ABC order. The cards are put in order and then recorded on the recording sheet.
This is a contraction game. The pack also includes an addition game.
These little guys are my favorite. The students will use the hearts to measure the objects and then record their answers on the sheet. If they finish other objects can always be added to measure such as their desk, shoe, book or pencil!
I love these dinosaurs! They are from Pink Cat Studio. There are number cards to 100. They can be used for sorting and also go with the addition game.
These base ten cards are used for a greater then less than activity.
The number cards or base ten cards could always be used to create an addition or subtraction station as well. You could also find the dinosaurs with the matching numbers as the base ten cards and have the students play memory.
I love how this pack turned out! You can find it at our TPT store HERE