Social Studies. Today sure was a long Monday!
Not to mention I'm getting sick. Yuck! Thank you for all your sweet comments yesterday! I had my boyfriend choose 4 random numbers between 1-24. He picked 3, 8, 22, and 24! So I was looking through my phone pictures and I found some fun Foldable pictures I haven't shared yet. First up, an easy math one. Then they wrote a description of each property and some examples. Easy, right? Now, on to some social studies. Then they wrote what a community was on the back of the top flap.
One last Social Studies Foldable, then a freebie! On the front flaps, they just wrote the name of the different U.S. Then on the inside, they wrote when and why we celebrate the holiday. If you're interested in the whole set of foldables, you can check it out here! Oh, if you noticed, we usually glue our foldables into our notebooks. Don't forget, the big TPT sale has one more day! Everything at my store is 28% off as long as you enter "cmt12" at checkout!
Educationjourney. Update: I know this is an older post, but I'm going to join Nancy's linkly party at The Apple Basket Teacher.
Let's all share our amazing creations. Every summer I go a little crazy with Vista Print orders, and I tell myself that I am not going to order anything new next year. Of course, I keep ordering again and again. I'm still waiting on a big sale, but my shopping cart is loaded full of goodies. I thought I'd share some of the things I've made. I use these business cards as a reward in my treasure chest. This return address label will be new for me this year. I'll send these postcards home a few weeks before school starts back. I'm excited to try out these reflection cards next year. These return address labels will go inside students' library folders to help select "just right" books.
I'll use the return address labels on tests that I want students to retake. I love the brochures I make for open house. On another note, yippee for 100 followers!!! Pirate Themed Classroom. Ahoy There Me Hearties!
Many of you have told me that you plan to have a pirate themed classroom this year. This is such a fun theme! This week I will be posting some of my ideas and printables to help you get started with this theme. Teaching Themes - Pirates. Below, you will find a wide range of ideas and resources to help you when you are teaching children about Pirates.
If you have any relevant resources to share, please email them and I will add them to this page. Thank you! Pirates, Pirates, Pirates - Use this format to encourage children to write poetry involving alliteration and lots of adjectives! Character Sequencing - A clever way of creating and presenting stories, which could be based upon a pirate theme. The Cursed Sword - A collection of History / Literacy ideas (including a pirate section) which are based on the book 'The Cursed Sword'.
<A HREF=" Widgets</A> Find ideas and resources linked to popular pirate-themed books! Les pirates. Les pirates. Retour page d'accueil : ici !
Activités scolaires : * Dossier et projet sur la piraterie (maternelle) (IUFM Paris) * Pomme verte * La chasse au trésor (gommegribouillages) * Les pirates (sacàidées) * Bannière "Pirates ! " ; portraits de pirates, utile en production d'écrits - les mêmes en couleurs - ; masques à colorier ou en couleurs ; (sparklebox) * "Mon ami le pirate" : questions et tapuscrits 1, 2, 3, 4, (crevette) * "Le trésor de sabre noir" CE1 : questions et tapuscrits 1, 2, 3, . . . * Jeu "qui est ce" à partir de l'album "Gare au hibou" (iufmcarelunistra) Pirates. Voici quelques activités à faire avec les plus petits sur le thème des pirates. 1.
ÉDUCatout : Rassemblement, ateliers, activités motrices, etc. 2. Tomlitoo : Jeu à imprimer - Le bateau pirate est constitué d'un bateau pirate, d'une île pirate, d'une ville avec son fort, et d'une planche de coffres au trésor 3. Tomlitoo : Chasse au trésor 4. Mon Anniversaire : Préparer une fête - invitations, décoration, jeux, activités manuelles et goûter 5.