Here are 3 graphic organizers for writing about The Little Red Hen. I gave you the option of either printing in color or black and white. I also gave you the option of choosing the writing lines that work best for your class on the first organizer.Bundle and SAVE $$$:A+ Bundled Graphic Organizers Set 2: OVER 125 PRODUCTS!Find more savings at:A+ Bundled Graphic Organizers Set 1: OVER 125 PRODUCTS!The Little Red Hen:1.
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A+ The Little Red Hen: Graphic Organizers
Here are 3 graphic organizers for writing about the folk tale, The Little Red Hen. I gave you the option of either printing in color or black and white. I also
Very Hungry Caterpillar Mobile. Hang 8" lanterns (1 red, 6 in two shades of green) with different lengths of fishing line. Use pipe cleaners for antennae, and construction paper for eyes and nose. Very cool in a children's library space.
Very Hungry Caterpillar Mobile. Perfect for a reading corner or in the school library. Hang lanterns (1 red & 6 in two shades of green) with different lengths of fishing line. Use pipe cleaners for antennae, and construction paper for eyes and nose. Shop green and red lanterns in different size online at http://www.partylights.com/Lanterns/Lanterns-by-Size.
very hungry caterpillar with paper lanterns My students are too old, but this is cute
We also read The Little Red Hen and did a little writing activity with it. We decided if we would help the little red hen, which I thought everyone would say yes, of course, but we had a few that refused to help. I absolutely LOVE this little girls response as to why she would not help the little red hen.
Life in First Grade: Five for Friday!! :). Maybe Change writing prompt to "should she share?"
Great Fairy Tqle Activities. Life in First Grade: Five for Friday!! :)
Learning and Teaching With Preschoolers: Print Rich Preschool Classroom Environment
Learning and Teaching With Preschoolers: Learning with Little Red Hen
Learning and Teaching With Preschoolers: April 2011
Print Rich Preschool Classroom Environment
Little Red Hen pocket chart activity
Little Red hen pocket chart
It is important to create and provide meaningful math for preschool children. Children learn as they explore, interact and have meaningful discussion about math. In order for children to explore and interact with math we must set up our preschool classrooms to have a math rich environment through out the whole classroom. This includes math through… · Environment · Observation · Verbalization · Hands on Experiences Math Through Out the Classroom Environment Math Center Including Math Books with Props Around the room (this is on the end of shelf) The top sentence says put numbers in order. A number line is provided from 0 to 20. Around the room (this is on the back of a shelf in the dramatic play area) Children can move the calendar numbers around (each square has Velcro on the back) During Calendar time different shapes and color patterns are provided with the numbers. Picture Daily Schedule with clocks and numbers Teachers help young children develop their number sense by surrounding them with a number-rich environment.
Hen and Chicken Art Have your children create the Little Red Hen and some of her chicks. We sat out paper plates in different sizes with glue paint. The children painted their plates and then created a hen or chick with different collage materials. Little Red Hen Language Development Let the children retell the story with this simple pocket chart. Children will be able to build on their grammar skills with this repetitive text. Sensory Table Add flour and corn meal in the sensory table with flour sifters. They will be able to observe how the flour goes through easily, leaving the corn meal in the sifter. Also add measuring cups and measuring spoons so that they can experiment with measuring.
It is important to create and provide meaningful print for preschool children. Children learn as they explore, interact and have meaningful discussion about the written word. In order for children to explore and interact with the written word (print) we must set up our preschool classrooms to have a print rich environment through out the whole classroom. If your classroom is full of print then it provides the children with countless opportunities to learn about letters, letter sounds and the concept of print. Children will be able to build on their knowledge that printed words hold meaning. A print-rich environment includes: · Child-made books (individual and group-process made) With dictation of what each child said for their page of the book · Teacher-made books · Word Cards for the writing area · Word Walls · Print in all areas of the classroom even the bathroom · Surveys · Story Charts · Printed Word Labels · Maps for the block area · Cozy Book Areas · Story Telling On tapes · Shard Writing Experiences Always Remember · Books, Books and More Books · Print, Print and More Print