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What's in Your Name?
Teaching vowels and consonents with students' names
November: "Books of a Feather Are Read Together"
Motivate your students to read during the month of November!
Excellent Resources for a Study
A list of excellent books and other resources to use with your invention unit.
A change of pace for the last Friday of the month
Student-created puppets and fables
Letter Recognition with Cereal Boxes!
Combine some cereal box fun with letter recognition for your early learners!
Successful Reading at Home
Reading to a "listening audience" is a terrific recipe for success!
TV Dinner Trays
Oh, the many things you can do with a TV dinner tray! (Especially book reports!)
Sharing the Gift of Reading!
2 FREE reproducibles
make a great follow-up activity after the principal or janitor comes in to read a story! Great for the month of December!
The Reading Cafe...Celebrating Dr. Seuss' Birthday
A menu of student-reviewed books awaits parents and other guests at this "Reading Cafe." You'll want to make this one an annual event!
Ideas for Celebrating Dr. Seuss' Birthday (March 2)
More ideas to make this event special
Flash Cards - Computer Timed
Sight words practice using a Power Point program
A fun way to learn new compound words!
Caught You Reading! Tickets
May is "Get Caught Reading Month". Have fun with this idea! Includes
A Porcupine Named Fluffy
Create a new book while studying synonyms and antonyms!
All The Places To Love
Inspire art and thoughtful reaction!
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
A perfect book of repetition only invites itself to be a perfect class-written book!
Coat of Many Colors
Excellent way for students to ponder what 'richness' means in their lives.
How Leo Learned to be King
An inspiring story that causes us to reflect on the kind of people we want to be.
I Love You the Purplest
Connecting our feelings with colors!
Inch by Inch
Measure those inches all over the room!
Children will look at the clouds above them in a whole new way!
Students really "put themselves in his shoes" with this insightful extension to reading "From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler".
A great springboard for discussion on how we perceive ourselves. What will be written on your apron?
Turn rhyming words into couplets!
Guaranteed chuckles with this book!
Show and Tell
A "bubbly" art activity turned into a very creative writing assignment inspired by this picture book.
The Adventures of Dilford the Dragon
A dragon and a notebook get taken on a grand adventure in your student's homes!
Who Am I?
Kids love to figure out clues. Now have them write one of their own inspired by this book.
A few ideas to help students' comprehension when reading novel.
Battle of the Books
A great way to motivate students reading!
Predicting Rhyming Words
"Silly Sally" by Audrey Wood sets the stage for this excellent way to teach rhyming words.
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