Kite Writing & Art

Using clothespins, scrapbook paper and ribbon to make a great display for kids' work!

Oh, the Places You'll Go! After making the hot air balloons, have students do a writing response telling where they would like to go and why.

Writing Spring activity

"Mother/Father of the Year Magazine Cover" Students will enjoy designing magazine covers featuring their parents for Mother's Day or Father's Day. Inside their magazine, they can write an article describing why their parents deserve this special recognition. These magazine covers would make a fun idea for a Mother's or Father's Day bulletin board display.

Our Future Is So Bright...Adorable idea for an end of the year OR beginning of the year bulletin board.$ 1. All templates to make these adorable kids: head, hair, hands and sunglasses with pictures 2. Five different writing prompt pages 3. Bulletin board letters to display projects: Our Future Is So Bright! I hope you love this activity! Download the preview for more details!

Cutest class shirt ever. Each kid drew their own portrait. LOVE Love love this!! We did it for my kindergarten classroom and I still have the shirt!

Tissue Kite fun for Spring - make with craft foam, ribbon, sticky backed plastic and small pieces of tissue

"How to Blow a Bubble" instructional writing. LOVE their pictures instead of drawn ones!

Life in First Grade Goldilocks

My Favorite Book writing piece--photo of child holding book--how sweet!

FREE printables to make your own focus sticks for your students. Students use the sticks to check their own writing. FREE corresponding classroom poster set!

What parent wouldn't love to have a silhouette and their child's wish for first grade! Great beginning of the year idea!- I do this as a poetry unit suppliment but love for the beg of year! tricky part is the time it takes for the silhouettes!

Cute writing activity

Rudolph's Crazy Cousin {we all have one}... a craftivity and writing exercise... Christmas fun.

mother's day project-hold a small chalkboard with their answer

FREE Dr. Seuss Cut it Out! Pack with 4 levels of cutting ~ 1- straight lines, 2- curvy lines, 3- zig-zags, and 4- shapes. Compliments the rhymes found in Dr. Seuss' books! | This Reading Mama