Then students then labeled their own spider diagram. Click on the picture to download. Next we talked about what spiders eat. My little bunnies couldn't believe that there are some spiders out there that eat things like fish and birds!
Includes 12 files below; answer keys not included unless noted in the description below Author Study Booklet Students create a booklet about the author to serve as a keepsake memory. Perfect for using on an author's showcase bulletin board!
These quests work great as partner activities, early finisher work, or center tasks! Also includes pattern for creating a display and a bonus questioning activity! Students will also explore character traits of Brigid and practice finding proof from the text to support each trait in this activity.
Students will then use these vivid images to create an invitation. Students will also use the provided recording page to practice identifying how the character responded to challenges in this activity.
Students will also summarize the beginning, middle, and end of the story to glue to the back of their paper bag puppet in this activity.
Students will also practice identifying the author's message independently in this activity. Students will also create a flipbook for describing the beginning, middle, and end of the story in this activity. Students will also write their own "world's best cookie recipe" in this activity!
Letters to Munsch Students will write letters to Robert Munsch in this activity!Mrs. Jones shares Sing Along Songs with easy, repeating lyrics sung to familiar tunes. While a midi plays children can try to read the printed words using the picture clues to help them figure out and remember the words.
Here is the first half of the English to Simple English dictionary: lisp=mit der Zunge anstoßen A-bomb=atomic bomb, U → E; ASCII = A=41, J=4A, K=4B. Help with Printing.
Free PDF Reader Click on each letter for the full-sized print or click on the link under the artwork for a PDF version. Completed projects make a cute bulletin board display; afterwards, collate the pages and put the book in your classroom library.
There are two writing prompts to make two books included in the packet. Both are based on The Mitten, by Jan Brett. In the first one, Our Mitten, the teacher loses a mitten.
Click here for the best bookstore prices on Jan Brett books © Jan Brett (formerly timberdesignmag.com) Mrs. Jones shares links to free printable materials on the internet for young children, their teachers and parents.