Featured Lesson Plan Students read about and discuss Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa customs, and use a graphic organizer to compare and contrast the holidays. I have provided 2 different versions of these suitcase templates in order to help you select the version that would best suit your own needs.
Looks at how various children identify themselves within their families. Enlist the aid of friends or classmates to perform it. The Role of the Individual in Social and Political Participation Demonstrate respect for the rights of others in discussions regardless of whether one agrees with the other viewpoint.
Something red shone through the window. Make a top ten list outlining your ten favorite aspects of Christmas. Write and illustrate an original Christmas story.
Write a journal entry about the evening. Grandpa Joe sat all alone in his living room.
What did you do? After your students have cut out these 3 pieces, they should staple the two suitcase templates together along the top to form a flip book.
You will be emailed a download link for this First Day Hooray project so you can download and use it today! The suitcase templates are on 2 worksheets, have thick borders, and they are easy for your students to cut out and assemble together on their own.
I know that it takes teachers a lot of valuable time to assemble their classroom and hallway bulletin board displays.
Why, it looked like a reindeer nose! December Calendar Set Christmas Theme My free December calendar set is designed to fit inside monthly calendar pocket charts that many teachers use. Your students will enjoy creating their own Grinch flip books using these fun and unique Grinch templates.
The calendar pieces can also be displayed on a classroom bulletin board. Write an essay supporting your opinion. Israel is in Kindergarten this year, so we are really focusing in on those letter names and sounds.
Example of Assembled Project Some ideas for creative writing topics that would be appropriate for these suitcase templates are: The handle is glued behind this booklet.
This five page banner is included for free in this set of back to school teaching resources. Design your own Christmas card. There are 11 printable worksheets in this free teaching resources set.
The handle template is not shown in the examples below, but it is the same size and shape as shown in the examples above. You may set it to a familiar tune or compose an original tune for it.
Write a letter to a friend telling what the week before Christmas is like. Make a Christmas wish list. This time is valuable and better spent on developing your classroom curriculum, so I have designed a matching 5 page banner for your bulletin board display.
Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
The stripes represent tradition, history, and the future. Write an unselfish letter to Santa, asking him to bring a needed item to a friend or family member. Paste your picture and sentence onto a sheet of red or green paper. Hyperion Books for Children,Creative Writing ; Writing A Descriptive Paragraph (Gr.
1) Writing a Descriptive Paragraph (Gr. 1) Use this packet to teach your students how to write a descriptive paragraph. A pre-writing group brainstorm sheet, a student brainstorm sheet, and a revision self-check are provided.
and make life easier for your upper-grade colleagues. Lesson 4: All Families Are Different, Yet the Same Overview: "Celebrating Differences" worksheet (included) Reading Informational Text in First Grade” found on the grade level home page. Includes both instructions and a checklist for close reading and writing.
This My Holiday Memory Book Worksheet is suitable for 4th - 5th Grade. In these memory book worksheets, students complete several activities that help them remember and record their holiday. This writing worksheet may be used to remind your students of some summer activities such as to play football, to ride a bike, to swim, to sunbathe, to go hiking, to go camping, to go on a 5/5(1).
My Christmas Tree Writing Prompt A Christmas worksheet for students to write about their own Christmas trees! Fun for all students and a great creative activity!
Early Elementary Writing Prompts. These are geared for your first time writers. Very basic prompts that allow them a great deal of creative spark.Download