CollectCollect this now for later mwherman "Love these for math centers! These games are so simple to use and require very minimal prep. They are perfect to use in math centers or as extension activities when students complete their work!
First Day Freebies Do you struggle to figure out how to occupy students on that very first day as they trickle in loaded down with book bags full of supplies?
You know the scene, students come in a few at a time, full of nerves and questions about where things go and what to do.
You spend those first minutes running around repeating directions, collecting materials and calming kids. The first day and especially the first hour can be a stressful time for kids and teachers.
But it doesn't really have to be. I like to have an easy and open ended activity waiting for them on their desk on that very first day. They set their materials on the floor beside their chair and work on the activity while I make my rounds visiting them. I like using one of these two activities because they both also give me some insight into my students.
For the first one, students decorate the number three or fill it with pictures that represent themselves or their new grade level.
This also gives me a very quick and informal assessment of their ability as a writer and speller. It also helps me gauge their feelings regarding this brand new year. Here is the new and improved version for both second and third graders: Head here to download your free copy: Students can mold and play with it as I make my rounds.
This is something they really enjoy and the process of molding and creating relieves those first day jitters. I learn a lot about my students through this activity as well. This student made his favorite food: Another students molded the play doh into her pet dog. Then students used the recording sheet to illustrate and write about their creation.I've been working hard to give kids and teachers activities to use to help with creative writing.
If you've been to one of my workshops, you know creativity is fantastic fun! So, here is a line-up of fun . The Original Summer Bridge Activities: 2nd to 3rd Grade [Julia Ann Hobbs, Carla Dawn Fisher] on regardbouddhiste.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Help children maintain skills while away from school with this award-winning series and original summer learning program! Daily activities in reading. Home › Parent & Afterschool Resources › Grades 3 - 4. Resources for Grades 3 - 4. Third and fourth grade mean full days with lots of reading and writing!
The materials here can help you make the most of the time outside of school. May 17, · Thanksgiving Writing Prompts. October 22, How to Make a Lava Lamp.
May 5, These super cute and fun synonyms puzzles are such a fun way for first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade kids! FREE Fall Vowels & Consonants Coloring Pages select a couple educational activities, and enjoy a fun week exploring the.
Summer Bridge Activities: 3rd to 4th Grade [Julia Ann Hobbs, Carla Fisher] on regardbouddhiste.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Help children maintain skills while away from school with this award-winning series and original summer learning program!
Daily activities in reading. By understanding 3rd grade writing standards, parents can be more effective in helping their children meet grade level expectations.
As specified by writing standards, 3rd grade writing activities include learning to organize work using a beginning, middle, and end, focusing on sequence of events.