Freebie! I have, Who has? Printed this game out and can't wait to play! You can make it a whole group activity and "assign" different sounds to different students!
Phonograms I have, Who has?
Duct Tape Brick Doorstop. Good kid project.
Teach-A-Roo: Duct Tape DIY- Bright Ideas Blog Hop!
I love this way more than "don't throw a fit" ... gratitude is a great lesson!!!
Crisscross Applesauce In First Grade: You Get What You Get...
Team Scoot - A New Twist on an Old Favorite - Learn how to engage your students in a cooperative learning variation of the traditional Scoot game
This is a fun craft to incorporate with the American Symbols lesson. Each student can make a bald eagle and put facts about it on the back. The teacher can hang up the eagles on the bulletin board to display the students work! Perhaps making other symbols to add to the board would be beneficial as well.
American symbols unit
FREE! This fun bingo game will help your students learn more about the 2014 Winter Olympics! Included is: a student bingo sheet for them to fill out, winter Olympic words for them to choose from, and teacher cards to cut out to call off the words. This will be a fun way to learn more about the Olympics!