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This packet is perfect for September.
There are two writing projects with mini page toppers for posting student writing and decorating your room or hall.
Informational Text provides information for students about the topics.
Have them highlight key ideas.
Graphic Organizers help them to gather ideas.
The pre writes provide them with an outline to prepare their writing.
Finally there are final write pages, differentiated, to meet all student writing levels.
I like to use some of the pages for whole group experiences and others I place in the writing center.




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Four terrific titles for READ ALOUDS followed by simple to use activities that focus on developing comprehension skills!!  You will feel confident by June that your class has a sound understanding of the concepts of comprehension.






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This packet takes Officer Buckle and Mean Jean to create an exciting way to introduce your class to rules and safety.







Two adorable crafts you can use as page toppers.

24 rules in two sizes with pictures.

Writing about a class rule, True or False and a sort sheet on making choices.

Three activities to accompany Kindness is Cooler.

Three activities to accompany Officer Buckle and Gloria.

Three activities to accompany Recess Queen.

Word work:
Making words and a word search.

Finally a game of safety an a mini book of rules for your class.

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There is no better story to start the school year out right and to discuss BUS SAFETY.
Yep, The Wheels On The Bus!!
There are so many adorable books and videos to use with these activities.



A craft is simple and perfect for posting.
Add the student's picture to one of the windows.

Vocabulary for posting.

Activities for recall and for color study.

Writing is plentiful with: informational, sensory, and narrative.

Final write pages.

How do you get to school?

A mini book on bus safety and a snack making a school bus!!

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There was an old lady who swallowed some books!
LOOK at these amazing activities to accompany this story.


Cute backpack craft for students to create with supplies to fill it with.
Vocabulary for posting.

Copy and laminate.  Cut out the supplies and retell the story.

Sequencing, vocabulary, cause and effect, retell

Word work includes:  making words, abc order and a word search.

Two math games and an activity about your year at school!!

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No summer is not over yet BUT for many that is what Labor Day means.
This packet contains information and activities to help students understand the TRUE meaning of Labor Day.

Vocabulary for posting and hats to print and cut.

Informational text in three forms.

Graphic Organizers for collecting information.

A class cover and pages for writing an informative piece.

Word Work
Parts of Speech, Word Search, Making Words, ABC Order

Occupation sort and what do you want to do?

Definitions...Labor Dispute and Union.
The Labor Dispute is a fun filled activity for your students to complete a Labor Dispute for home and school.

Math...Add and Subtract
Language...Question or Statement

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These are two of my monthly favorites.
Inexpensive but so valuable.

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I love these pages to allow students opportunities to practice sight words.
By reading, printing, spelling and writing with them students will build confidence in working with each word.
August/September sight words include:  I  like   the   and   can   you   see   a
Students PRINT
Students SORT

Students MATCH
Students SPELL
Students WRITE
Notice how the activity pages and assessments continue to grow as words are introduced each week.

There are also vocabulary cards.  Color/Black and White
I like to have students color the card as the word is introduced and then place in on the word work ring.
At the end of the month a parent helper flashes the cards.
If the student can read the word it goes home in a baggie.
If not it remains on the ring for further practice.

There are weekly assessment sheets as well as the monthly.
These are perfect for parent teacher conferences as well as record keeping.
The packet ends with a game for partners.

I will be adding to this each month with new words.
August/September is also where COLOR WORDS are introduced.
Take a peek.
The color words are:
red, blue, pink, black, brown, purple, yellow, orange, green
There are color word cards and black and white for students to color.
A partner game is ideal for practice reading color words.


There are color posters and a number of activities.
These are the samples for red.
Every color has the same activities.

Print, spell, read and write.

For practice there is match us up, syllables, word search, read and color, and color the words.


There are assessment for the color words as well.



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Looking to manage behavior in a positive way? This is perfect for you.  Instead of catching students breaking the rules, catch students following the rules! 
You can use a bulletin board or a chart.
Take a picture of each student and place them in the pocket chart.
At the top print a sign that says…”I caught YOU”...
Then throughout the day I reward students by putting the card up by their name and make a quick response...”I caught Erin working quietly.”
You will be surprised how many others will try to have you CATCH them behaving.
During writing say I have two cards...Who will I catch writing!
I try very hard to assure that every student earns cards.  The pocket chart makes it an easy visual.
If someone is talking during group discussion instead of pointing THEM out reward someone for listening carefully.
The pages are found in color as well as black and white for you to choose from.
There are full pages, half pages, and then small cards to put in a baggie or punch and collect on a ring.
 

 There are 24 positive behaviors to recognize.
The packet includes check off pages for keeping track of what each student has earned.

 This is the sample of I CAUGHT YOU LISTENING...
Color/Black and White
Full page, half page, and small cards

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I love these!  No hurt feelings, everyone included AND cooperation all in one!
Find a partner.
Find a group by making multiple copies of one item.
Want 4 groups copy 4 of the items multiple times.
Your class will enjoy these and soon learn to find their match quickly without conversation and by using cooperation.  
And to top it off you get a little movement as well!






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