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Thanksgiving Word Wall

Classroom word walls are a fantastic tool for learning new vocabulary. Today, I’m going to show you my Thanksgiving Word Wall packet. (Click here or on any photo in this post to download some free sample pages.) The packet includes: a word list to go inside a student binder or inside a file-folderlarge classroom word wall cards (optional background: color or white)thematic word work pagesblank pages for you to write your own words Here is a look at the large classroom word wall cards that you can display on your wall. It’s easy to select which ones you’d like to use and leave out the ones you don’t need. I have included word lists that you can keep at your writing station. I have placed mine inside a file folder, but you could also put them in plastic sleeves and keep them in a binder or laminate the pages and keep them together on a key ring. I have included several worksheets to help kiddos familiarize themselves with the words included in the set. This is optional and can be left out if you don’t have a need for it. I hope your kiddos have fun with it! Happy Teaching 🙂 If you would like to purchase the complete Thanksgiving Word Wall packet, click here or on the image... read more

Thanksgiving Secret Sight Word Sentence

Need something to practice beginning sounds, sight words, thematic vocabulary, sentence structure and punctuation? Check this out! To get some free sample pages, click here or on any of the photos included in this post. About this book: This book contains 30 Thanksgiving-themed secret sentence worksheets intended for use with children in Kindergarten (Prep) Grade 1 and Grade 2. Directions for use: The aim of this activity is for children to identify the beginning sound for each picture and write it in the box underneath. Once all the beginning sounds have been written down, children read the sentence and then write it on the writing line at the bottom of the page. For children finding it difficult to identify the beginning sounds, I have also included a key that they can use. Sentences included:The pumpkin is orange.Is the corn yellow?Don’t eat the green beans!I like the brown potatoes!We all like red apples.Where do turkeys sleep?Wild turkeys can fly.Turkeys eat plants mostly.Turkeys have brown feathers.A baby turkey is hatching.They are cooking dinner.We will eat together.Is the turkey in the oven?Apple pie is the best!They are decorating the cake.The pumpkin is orange.Is the corn yellow?Don’t eat the green beans!I like the brown potatoes!We all like red apples.Where do turkeys sleep?Wild turkeys can fly.Turkeys eat plants mostly.Turkeys have brown feathers.A baby turkey is hatching.They are cooking dinner.We will eat together.Is the turkey in the oven?Apple pie is the best!They are decorating the cake. Happy Teaching 🙂 To purchase the complete packet, click here or on the image... read more

Thanksgiving Color By Number

Hello! I want to show you a no prep coloring packet to help your kiddos with number recognition. To get a free sample page, click here or on the image below. Included in this packet are 12 Thanksgiving-themed color by number pages: 5 pages for numbers 1-55 pages for numbers 6-101 page for numbers 1-101 page for numbers 11-20 Happy Teaching 🙂 If you would like to purchase this packet, click here or on the image... read more

Autumn Read & Trace Sight Word Readers

Hi Everyone! I want to share a really great resource for introducing sight word writing and reading! I present to you, my Read & Trace Reader books! These are super simple to put together and such a great resource to use to help children practice reading and introduce sight word writing. To get a free sample booklet, click here or on any photo in this post. This work pack is suitable for children in Preschool and Kindergarten (Prep). Much like the Autumn/Fall Sight Word Flip Books these are an amazing, quick learning tool to put together to use to get some reading practice in! The little readers are perfect for helping to introduce sight words, sentence structure and encourages correct letter formation by allowing children to trace the focus word themselves. The written text follows a predictable pattern making it easier for children to follow the flow and assists with their reading (ideal for emergent readers). Children can color in the pictures and trace the focus sight word on each page. Kiddos can then have a go at sounding out the letter sounds as they trace and read. By doing so, the focus sight word will be retained much more efficiently if broken down and recognized letter by letter and shown by example how it is used in a sentence. The combination of writing and reading together enhances a child’s memory of the spelling of the word (recognizing what it looks like visually) and how the letters together make up that focus sight word. The use of the word then presented in full sentence format is such a fantastic way for children to perceive the meaning of the focus word and how it can be used to describe something. The Read & Trace Readers are a great way to introduce and increase children’s vocabulary by the use of simple sentences and corresponding images. Children can practice their reading until they are confident and fluent and re-use these as often as they need to. They are so, so easy to put together for use and yet such a powerful tool for learning! This is a great activity to do for individual work, but can also be read as a group (to encourage confidence in children), or even be read TO the child(ren) first before children get their own readers. Kiddos will enjoy colouring in and could even take it along with them to read on the go like in the... read more

Thanksgiving Read & Trace Sight Word Readers

Hello! Today is all about helping to build reading fluency with some easy to read booklets! To get a free sample booklet, click here or on any photo in this post. The Thanksgiving Read and Trace Sight Word Readers packet contains 6 Thanksgiving themed sight words booklets intended to for use with children in Preschool and Kindergarten (Prep). The booklets provide children with an opportunity to practice reading sight words in context and to help build confidence and develop fluency. The text follows a predictable pattern and is supported by images, making them an ideal tool for emergent readers. To assemble the booklets, print the pages you wish to use, cut them in half along the dotted line and staple together. Children color the pictures and then trace the focus sight word on each page. They can then have fun reading their booklet to friends and family, if it is to be sent home. Each booklet focuses on a different sight word and Thanksgiving theme. Thanksgiving traditions: “WE like to…”Thanksgiving thankfulness: “I AM thankful for my…”Thanksgiving dinner: “I will EAT…”First Thanksgiving: “I SEE the…”Things from long ago: “Long ago, they HAD…”Modern day things: “Today, we HAVE…” Happy Teaching 🙂 If you would like to purchase this packet of readers, you can do so by clicking here or on the image... read more

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