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Friday, September 13, 2019

Autumn...September 23

Autumn is soon arriving and there is so much for youth to learn during this time.
Key vocabulary, facts about seasons, why leaves change color and more.
This packet is filled with informational text and activities to use for reading, writing and answer questions.
Below are my favorite books to use during this time of year.








Vocabulary for posting.
A cute rake craft for hanging in your classroom.

Informational text on Autumn.
True or False for assessment.

Activities to gather key facts for writing.

Final write pages.

Word work with key vocabulary for Autumn.

The apple tree and the four seasons.


Data Collection
Compare and Contrasting seasons
Definition work


I love this poem!
An activity to accompany it.

Word Work
Followed by activities to follow the books suggested.








Tuesday, September 10, 2019

An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves

What AN OLD LADY WHO SWALLOWED SOME LEAVES?
This delightful  rhyme story will provide opportunities for you to introduce reading strategies while having fun.
Sequencing, Cause and Effect, Word Work, Writing, and more!
There are activities for your literacy centers and a cute craft for posting on your students writing page.








Monday, September 9, 2019

Constitution Day and Citizenship Activities for the Primary Child

2019 is the 228th anniversary of the Constitution.
In 2004 it was decided that each educational institution that receives Federal funds for a fiscal year is required to hold an educational program about the U.S. Constitution for its students.
Don't fret...
This packet is perfect!
Citizenship is also covered embedded in the Bill of Rights.


And don't forget this symbol!


Vocabulary Cards for posting
Word Word

Making Words and Definition
Constitution

 Three forms of Informational Text
True False for Assessment
Graphic Organizers for recording key facts

Bill of Writes

Writing about our Freedoms


Citizenship
What is a good Citizen


Saturday, September 7, 2019

HOW TO Writing Projects for Fall

Fall is filled with wonderful opportunities to engage students in writing "how to" stories.
This packet uses the themes:
How to Rake Leaves
How to Pick An Apple
How to Carve a Jack-o-Lantern
How to Pick the Perfect Pumpkin
There are a number of differentiated graphic organizers to encourage appropriate sequencing and writing a meaningful paragraph.
I have included here the literature I love to read before beginning a "how to" writing lesson.