Dinosaur games incorporates animal science with math and language arts skills that will add to your games learning centre! Dinosaur games are easy to make and fit into file folders or envelopes, making them convenient to store. Photocopy all the pattern pieces onto colourful bond paper. Add a bit of colour with markers, and your games are bright and attractive. Laminate all the game parts to give your games a longer life in the classroom. Most importantly, this hands-on method of reinforcing skills, saves on paper. Games include: Dinosaur Bones Found in the Mountains, Words That Tell, Do You Know Dinosaurs?, Dinosaur Labels, and much more. This Animal Science lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, hands-on activities, word comprehension, math skills, word recognition, sequencing, and trivia game to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
SQUEEK! Our supplement to your mouse theme or a theme of traditional folk tales and fairy tales is sure to be a hit. Includes big book pattern, sequencing patterns for City Mouse And Country Mouse, puppet patterns, and sequencing cards for The Mouse And The Lion. Activities include: "Visuals" contains clip art and organizational materials; "All Kinds of Mice" explores the different kinds of mice and where they live; "Traditional Mouse Tales" introduces old folktales about mice; and "Mouse Art" gives ideas for art activities. This Primary Studies lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, activities, board game, art and colouring pages to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Big Books for Tots includes patterns and text to make 3 big books for emerging readers. The stories can be read independently or integrated with a theme study. Their friendly and lively style and easy and repetitive language will encourage your emerging readers to read and reread. "Big Bear's Balloons" reinforces colour recognition and counting skills. Students will also be able to recognize the sequence of events that leads to Bing's predicament. "Dana Banana" is a story about nutrition and one girl's love for bananas. Students will reinforce their knowledge of the days of the week and colour skills. "Twelve Hats for Tina" tells about Tina and her love of hats. Students will reinforce their knowledge of the months of the year and the seasonal holidays and occasions. This Big Books lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, activities, big book assembly, and word search to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Storytelling props for your classroom for years to come! Add some fun to story time with our adaptations of popular nursery stories and songs. You will find pictures and text for three stories and two songs. The provided pictures are easy to colour and assemble for storytelling. As you tell the story, place the pictures — for all to see — on a flannel or magnet board. Then, let the children retell the story using the pictures. Stories include: The Magic Perogy Pot, The Little Red Hen, The Gingerbread Man, The Farmer In The Dell, and Eensie Weensie Spider. Also included are "How to Assemble" and "Telling the Stories". This Nursery Rhymes lesson provides a teacher and student section with big book, illustrations, and text to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Make a big book to add to your dinosaur theme resources. Instructions are included to make a big book that reveals the stegosaurus as you read or sing the story. A letter of the word stego disappears with each verse, and a bone appears in its place. Children clap where the bone takes place of a letter. Contents include: Overview, How to make a big book, How to read Stego, Patterns, Puzzle patterns, Rebus chants, and Letter to the class. Sing the song of Stego to the tune of "Bingo". Stego appears on the left hand side of the book as the pages turn. The text starts out large and becomes smaller as the pages are turned. Students will participate singing a song and will clap in rhythm to the song. This Animal Science lesson provides a teacher and student section with big book, puzzles, and rebus chants to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Bienvenue à le monde des dinosaures! Ici vous trouverez de travail des emplois et des activités pour faire de votre Centre de Apprentissage de Dinosaure plus complète. Les emplois de travail-inclus peut être photocopié ou reproduit directement sur du papier de construction ou de l'étiquette de Manille. Les instructions sont inclus pour chacun et sont faciles à suivre. Certains des thèmes abordés sont: les Mangeurs de Viande, les Mangeurs de Plantes, Deux Jambes, Quatre Jambes, Je suis un Dinosaure, Pays de Dinosaure, Match de Fossile, Chasse D'os de Dinosaure, Chansons de Dinosaure, Méga Puzzles, et des Cartes d'Activités. Les pages de livre de centre sont pour le développement créateur. Chaque enfant peut créer un livret de son ou de ses études de dinosaures. Cette leçon de Science d'Animale fournit un section d'enseignant et étudiante avec des passages de lecture, activités, recherche de mots, jeux de société pour créer un plan de leçon bien arrondie.
Rapunzel, Rapunzel! is a spin-off from the traditional fairytale. Before reading the Big Book version, students should be familiar with the traditional tale. For Kindergarten, you may want to tell the story orally, simplifying the storyline. Proceed with Rapunzel, Rapunzel! Students will use rhythm and rhyme in oral and written activities, will attempt and practice reading behaviours, will recognize the point of view of the story, will associate words and letters with sounds in a meaningful context, will recognize exclamation marks for placing emphasis, and understand purpose of the dialogue balloon and quotation marks. Strategies include reading to students, repeating repetitive patterns, and brainstorming. This Big Books lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, big book, and little book assembly to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Our huge resource is an exciting study of primary and secondary colours of the colour wheel, and is loaded with activities youngsters are sure to love! Our unit features a ready to make Big Book, complete with six literature enrichment activities for the colour stories "Mouse Paint", "Colour Dance", "Colours", "The Colour Wheel", "The Colour Wizard", and "The Little Red House". Also included in our resource: creative task cards , journal word cards, language arts/colouring activity, bulletin board patterns and ideas, clip art, creative writing pages, colour contracts, colour of the day bulletin, and certificates. This Art lesson provides a teacher and student section with a variety of lessons, activities, colour experiments, logo design, and word search to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
What A Mess is a funny story about a girl who doesn't like to keep her room clean. Read the story as a supplement to your environmental theme study. Use the story as a kick start to a classroom environmental awareness project. Students will become responsible towards keeping their immediate environment tidy and clean. Students will realize that respect and responsibility towards a good environment can begin at home with their own belongings, and in the classroom that is shared with others. Students will listen to a story, participate in an oral discussion, and participate as Classroom Helpers. This Chants & Classifications lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, hands-on activities, and big book assembly to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
What could be a better supplement to your theme of whales that this package. Everything from whale communication to whale food and whale characteristics is covered with simple to use activities. Whales contains activities to supplement a theme of whale research and to help provide visuals and learning activities for students. As students explore the world of whales, use the following topics for discovery as a guide: whale extinction, Inuit and whales, geographical locations of whales in Canada, whale communication, whale families and social groups, whale hunting, whale watching, food, mammal-like characteristics, and current events. This Animal Science lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, activities, word search, big book, and bookmaking to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Notre ressource Un Printemps Sensa-Soleil est parfaite pour enseigner du Printemps et de toutes les choses qui vont avec cette saison de renaissance. Les activités de terrain et une histoire de rébus avec les activités pour la réflexion créatrice inventent la majorité de notre plan de leçon. Les contenus incluent : les Épouvantails la discrimination visuelle, les Épouvantails montrent aux nombres, je suis une reconnaissance de couleur de Tulipe, une reconnaissance de couleur de Couleurs d'Arc-en-ciel, une reconnaissance de couleur de Champignons, des Bottes et une reconnaissance de mot de Parapluies, des Poules et une reconnaissance de lettre de Poussins, je suis une reconnaissance de mot de Chenille, les Champignons Grands à la Petite commande et aux Histoires de Rébus Créatrices. Cette leçon de Vacances fournit à une section d'étudiant et d'enseignant des activités de terrain, un ordre, une discrimination visuelle, une reconnaissance en couleur, une reconnaissance de mot, une reconnaissance de lettre, une commande et des histoires de rébus pour créer un plan de leçon bien arrondi.
Red Rover's see-through tummy reveals what he eats. Students complete the story with their cut-out drawings of rainbow fruits and vegetables. Interactive chants, hands-on centered listening activities and family homework make up the bulk of our lesson plan. Also included are: an interactive storyboard story, colour activities and rebus chants. Stories and activities included are: Red Rover Eats a Rainbow, An Artist's Palette, Colour Trees and Leaves, Crayons in a Box, Butterfly Wings, Yummy Ice-Cream Cones, Rainbow Rhyme, Colour Chants, and Rainbow Sandpaper Prints. This Primary Studies lesson provides a teacher and student section with storyboard, hands-on activities, interactive chant, rebus chants, and art activity to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Valentine's Day fun mixed in with reinforcement activities for visual discrimination, sets to numerals, letter recognition and more. Hands-on activities and a rebus story about sharing, spanning 37 pages of great Valentine ideas, while exercising visual discrimination, sets to numerals, and letter recognition. Contents include: A Valentine Letter, Valentine Creature, Lady Valentine, Be My Valentine, Will You Be My Valentine, Valentine, How Many?, How Many Hearts?, and Rebus Story Activity. This Holidays lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, activities, and rebus story activity to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Our huge resource is an exciting study of primary and secondary patterns, and is loaded with activities youngsters are sure to love! Our unit features a collection of patterns, clip art, book mark templates, task cards, lacing and activity cards for events throughout the year. Themes included in this resource: Back To School, Autumn, Halloween, Christmas, St. Patrick's Day, Bears, Dinosaurs, Sea Animals, Butterflies, Farm Animals, Zoo Animals, and Pets. This Art lesson provides a teacher and student section with a variety of activity cards, clip art, task cards, templates, and book marks to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Vern owns a restaurant and makes the most delicious vegetable soup in all of Canada. Our resource includes the story of "Vern's Vegetable Soup", patterns to make a flannelboard story, rebus chants — "Soup" and "In the Pot", and numeral recognition and counting skills. Students will reinforce counting skills of 1 to 10, will reinforce colour recognition skills, will recognize vegetables as nutritional, and will listen to a story. This Primary Studies lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, flannelboard, rebus chants, and culminating activities to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Five Little Halloween Cats is a big book with hands-on activities as well as flannel board patterns for story recall. Our unit combines art, language arts, and math skills with this holiday lesson. Easy to assemble, our resource includes big book and little book patterns, colour and sequencing activities, art and language arts activities, cat mask creation, and Halloween Dress-Up game. The "Colour Cats" activity uses visual discrimination to create a matching activity. The "Sequencing" activity uses cats to sequence the days of the week, numbers, or the alphabet. Use the provided cat silhouettes to make stencils for spatter painting. This Holidays lesson provides a teacher and student section with big book, little book, hands-on activities, culminating activities, and bookmaking to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
September 1, 2005 was the 100th anniversary of the province of Saskatchewan. While learning about the first 100 years of the province, you'll find black line masters for poems, songs, rebus chants, activity sheets, student bookmaking, hands-on centre activities, and a storyboard story. See the Bibliography and Resources to find Web sites for pictures of the Saskatchewan flag and other provincial emblems and to find a list of great storybooks by Saskatchewan authors. Contents include: Sticker Sheets, Name Tags, and The Welcome Basket — Storyboard Story. This Canada lesson provides a teacher and student section with poetry, art activity, listening activity, rebus chant, creative writing, bookmaking, song, chant, hands-on activities, and follow-up activities to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Little Boy Blue is another nursery rhyme with a twist. Based on the original nursery rhyme, little boy blue is responsible of looking after the sheep and cow; however, instead of watching over the animals, he is fast asleep under a haystack. Students will construct their own little, and big book of the story. The pages can be cut in one of two ways: on yellow Bristol board, or any colour Bristol board. Colour the provided illustrations and cut out the text. Students have the option of assembling the big book using a normal template, or using the provided haystack template. This Nursery Rhymes lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, activities, little book and big book construction to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Stories for Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day and Spring combined with patterns and illustrations make up two big books and two felt boards. In our resource, you will find two big books: "Just For You" and "How to Make a Valentine Card". Also in our resource, you will find two felt or magnetic board stories: "I Can Climb a Rainbow" and "A Dewy Green Leaf". Each story has extended story activities. Reduce and photocopy little books for each child to read along with the story. Ask the children to illustrate their own little books of "A Dewy Green Leaf" and "I Can Climb a Rainbow". This Holidays lesson provides a teacher and student section with activities, stories, cut and paste to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
A city consists of many communities and of many cultures. The students will recognize that Canada's cities are multicultural and that the First Nations were in Canada long before European settlement. Contents include: List of Resources, Student Objectives, Multicultural Faces of A City, Making The Big Book, Story Patterns, Read The Story, Joseph of Ukraine, Preparing The Flannelboard, Telling The Story, Story and Flannelboard Patterns, and Additional Reading. Students will realize that Canada is multicultural, that some people who live in Canada came from other countries, that people of the First Nations lived here long before us, will listen to a story, will participate in a class discussion, and will locate different countries on a map or globe. This Canada lesson provides a teacher and student section with big book pattern, and flannelboard story to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Nature Chant Package features 3 packages of popular rhymes for Kindergarten to Grade 1 children students. Chants range from easy, repetitive reading to more descriptive. Young readers will find success in reading, learn about Canada and nature, and increase vocabulary. Wacky Animal Rebus Rhymes are rebus rhymes that feature Canadian animals. Some are modeled from traditional rhymes that the children will recognize: they are delighted to understand the humour. Borders display the words represented as a rebus in the rhyme so the entire written vocabulary is displayed. Colour Chants includes little book patterns, and uses a repetitive narrative that is the same for each colour chant. This Chants & Classifications lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, activities, rebus rhymes, and big book assembly to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Awesome Animals is a resource package about some of the animals of Canada. Upon completion, your students will have retained factual information about Canadian wildlife, be aware of environmental issues and discover an empathy towards animals. Creative Task Cards have been developed for independent learning. Skills covered in our resource are: Creative Thinking and Problem Solving, Communication, Numerical Literacy, and Social Values. Topics covered in our resource are: Animal Homes, Adapting to the Environment, Pollution, Conservation, Forest Fires, Animal Babies, and Animal Characteristics and Comparisons. This Animal Science lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, activities, board game, and word search to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Make Big Books for Christmas the easy way. Just colour and cut out the large bold illustrations. Cut out the text. Glue onto bristol. Add any finishing touches. Laminate and bind. It's easy and the kids will love the stories. Included in our resource are patterns to make 3 Big books: A Night Filled with Love, Under the Tree, and Make a Snowman. Enjoy more ideas with your big books with matching activities, art activities, picture cards, sentence cards, and sequencing activity. This Holidays lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, and big book assembly to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
In our package, you will find patterns to make an interactive big book. Interactive books include your listening audience in the reading of the story. You can make a big book and story pieces that are added to the story as you read along. Place the big book at a reading centre for hours and hours of reading enjoyment. You'll also find patterns to make hands-on activities for a learning centre and flannelboard patterns for "Old Macdonald" that add a visual dimension to a traditional song. Contents include: Story Overview, How To Assemble, Story Patterns, Hands-On Instructions, Hands-On Patterns, Old Macdonald Flannelboard Instructions, and Old Macdonald Patterns. This Primary Studies lesson provides a teacher and student section with big books, hands-on activities, and flannelboard activity and song to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
The art of quillwork is told through a big book and flannel board story in our teacher resource for Kindergarten to Grade 2 students. The Circle of Life, traditions, and the value of Elders as a wonderful learning resource is emphasized. Contents include "The Art of Quilting" information cards, Jacket Pattern, Moccasin Pattern, Mittens with Quills song, big book patterns for Mittens with Quills, and storytelling of "Nosisimis and the Porcupine". This Primary Studies lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, information cards, patterns, songs, big book, flannelboard, and word search to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Find out the truth about Hickory Dickory Dock and enjoy our version of Hey Diddle Diddle with a twist! Instead of jumping, "The cow sang a song under the moon — There's no udder like you." We've re-written these two nursery rhyme classics for your students to enjoy in big book and little book formats. Follow-up hands-on activities reinforce sequencing, counting and telling time. Activities include: mixed up rhyme game, flannelboard — fun with prepositional phrases, "What Time Is It?" board game with instructions, and picture match for visual discrimination. This Nursery Rhymes lesson provides a teacher and student section with big book, little book, hands-on activities, and board game to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
The Mitten is an adaptation of an old Ukrainian folktale, rewritten rebus style for young readers. Read and reread the story, allowing your audience to participate. Use the story props to tell the story a different way. Students can participate by telling the story to each other. Also included are topics for discussion, how to assemble story, The Mitten story illustrations, Centre Book pages, hands-on activities, Mitten Day, pocket chart and bookmaking. Compare the rebus story to other versions of The Mitten, such as The Mitten by Alvin Tresselt, and The Mitten by Jan Brett. This Chants & Classifications lesson provides a teacher and student section with a variety of hands-on activities, big book, sequence, visual discrimination, and memory match to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Start your emerging readers and writers with individual shape-books and optional sentence frames to work towards independent authorship. The ultimate goal of a creative writing program is to develop independent authorship. These bookmaking patterns can be used as a stepping stone. The story frames encourage a creative written and illustrated response. Patterns include: Every Body Needs a Home, Haunted House, My Pumpkin, Bunny Bunny Bunny, My Friendship Book, The Story of Tad, Busy as a Bee, and Are You a Butterfly. This Big Books lesson provides a teacher and student section with bookmaking patterns to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
The Storytelling Pictures Package contains the following units: Storyboard Stories for Spring, Story Pictures for Storytelling, I Love My Learning Centres, and bonus Records Sheets. Contents include: How to Set Up the Storyboard Stories, Five Little Chickadees, Jack in the Beanstalk, Five Peas in a Pod, and additional activities for all three stories. Make story time come alive with these easy-to-assemble story pictures. This centre identification package contains illustrations for 24 different centres in your classroom. Keep records of your various classroom activities and tasks with theses delightful record sheets. This Big Books lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, and big book assembly to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
B is for Bannock — M is for Moccasin — T is for Tipi. The stories featured in our resource are being enjoyed by children and teachers across Canada in both provincial and First Nations schools. Aboriginal children read about things that are familiar and non-Aboriginal children learn about the cultures of First Nations people. Students will learn about traditional foods, develop their listening skills, participate in letter sequencing activities and write an acrostic food poem. Included are patterns and text to make 3 big books: B is for Bannock — a recipe for bannock, patterns for big book and little book stories; Inside My Tipi — patterns for big and little book stories, creative writing pages; and M is for Moccasins. This Canada lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, activities and recipes to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Welcome to the world of dinosaurs! Here you will find work-jobs and activities to make your Dinosaur Learning Center more complete. The work-jobs included can be photocopied or duplicated directly onto construction paper or manila tag. Instructions are included for each and are easy to follow. Some of the topics included are: Meat Eaters, Plant Eaters, Two Legs, Four Legs, I am a Dinosaur, Dinosaur Country, Fossil Match, Dinosaur Bone Hunt, Dinosaur Songs, Mega Puzzles, and Activity Cards. The center book pages are for creative development. Each child can create a booklet of his or her dinosaur studies. This Animal Science lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, activities, word search, and board game to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Our Owls unit will provide resources to supplement a theme study of owls. Our unit is divided into 10 areas of study: Characteristics of an Owl, Habitat, Owls Love the Night Life, Owl Babies, Food for Owls, Night Friends and Owl Enemies, Different Kinds of Owls, Endangered Owls, Owls in Literature, and Owls in Visual Art. Resources included are: Owl Information, 19 Task Cards for Independent Learning, Student Record Sheet, Journal Word Cards, Owl Quiz, and Creative Writing Page. Students will increase "owl" knowledge, increase awareness of our environment, work independently (individually, in pairs, or in groups), follow instructions, and participate in a variety of activities that reinforce learning skills and objectives. This Animal Science lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, activities, word cards, task cards, word search, and quiz to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Kids Love Canada provides supplemental resources for themes like communities, animals, legends and folktales, families, trees, and more. Kids Love Canada: In Winter has big book and little book folktales on "Rabbit, North Wind, and Mountain Ash". A "Animal Bucks" board game. Storyboard stories on "Martha and the Northern Lights". Artist studies of Canadian artists like Mary Pratt. Rebus story for "Canadian Children in Winter". A Ribbon Candy art lesson by Monique Martin, and a family bookmaking activity for National Family Literary Day. Students will learn about Canada and reinforce skills like reading, math, and critical and creative thinking. Students will learn about Canada from material designed at a level they can understand. This Canada lesson provides a teacher and student section with board game, storyboard story, word cards, big books and little books to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Les histoires de rébus donnent l'encouragement aux lecteurs émergeant et le succès dont ils ont besoin. La peinture fournit une indication de mot, en établissant quitté au pistage juste et au fait de renforcer l'idée que les mots font des sentences qui font des histoires. Les histoires dans cette unité répètent de la raison, les choses qui sont grandes et petites et le changement des saisons. Les activités créatrices encouragent les étudiants à exprimer leurs idées par l'art. Notre unité inclut de plus longs chants pour le lecteur émergeant légèrement plus avancé, comme "j'Aime la Chute", "j'Aime Mon École", "l'Histoire d'une Feuille", "j'Aime l'Hiver", "j'Aime le Printemps" et "les Couleurs D'été". Cela Scande des slogans et la leçon de Classifications fournit à une section d'étudiant et d'enseignant la lecture des passages, les histoires de rébus et les activités réfléchies créatrices pour créer un plan de leçon bien arrondi.
Follow up your farm theme with a focus on pigs, the farm's most interesting animal! Complete with literature enhancing activities, rebus stories, pig facts, book-making activities, songs, contracts and certificates. Our resource creatively combines Science with Language Arts, as students explore the world of pigs. Also incorporated are activities in Drama, Gym, Health, Math and Art. Contents include: Great Pig Storybooks, Literature Enhancement Activities, Rebus Stories, Pig facts, Bookmaking, Three Little Pigs Flannelboard patterns, Centre Book Pages, and Songs. This Animal Science lesson provides a teacher and student section with storybooks, hands-on activities, parts of a pig, and word search to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Our Christmas unit includes a variety of hands-on activities to keep students entertained during the holiday season. Contents include activities on visual discrimination with "Snowman", "Jack-in-the-Box", and "Stockings"; a "Not at Christmas" classification game, where students identify the objects that are not usually seen at Christmas; a "Make Tracks" identification activity, where students identify the tracks made by the different animals and people; sets to numerals with "Oh Nuts" and "Angels and Clouds"; "Christmas Colours" identification; "See That Star" illustrated story; locker name tags; and additional ideas for more activities. This Holidays lesson provides a teacher and student section with hands-on activities, colouring, and certificates to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Our unit contains three storyboard stories about a young boy, a grandmother, and Buddy — her dog. Non-native children learn a bit about the culture of First Nations people in northern Saskatchewan. Teachers of aboriginal children can adapt the story to suit their own First Nations community. Use the kinship term for grandmother from any language. Replace the name of the dog with a dog the children are familiar with and so on. Why not draw and add your own story pieces and give Kokum and Buddy a whole new adventure? This Primary Studies lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, storyboard stories, discussion questions, and hands-on activities to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Build with the basics. Graphing and ordinal numbers are the focus of our comprehensive resource that is loaded with take-home worksheets and fun graphing art and activities. Ideal for centered or independent learning, and comes with numerous pocket chart activities. Rebus chants and stories are also included. You will find black line masters to make easy-to-assemble activities for a pocket chart and learning centres, as well as student worksheets. Contents include: Graphing, Ordinal Numbers Pocket Chart Activities, Ordinal Numbers Student Worksheets, Ordinal Numbers Hands-on Activities, and Ordinal Numbers Action Rap. This Math lesson provides a teacher and student section with a variety of hands-on activities covering topics on graphing and ordinal numbers to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Our Sunsational Spring resource is perfect for teaching about Springtime and all things that go with this season of re-birth. Hands-on activities and a rebus story with activities for creative thinking make up the majority of our lesson plan. Contents include: Scarecrows visual discrimination, Scarecrows sets to numerals, I am a Tulip color recognition, Rainbow Colours colour recognition, Mushrooms color recognition, Boots and Umbrellas word recognition, Hens and Chicks letter recognition, I am a Caterpillar word recognition, Mushrooms Big to Small ordering, and Creative Rebus Stories. This Holidays lesson provides a teacher and student section with hands-on activities, sequence, visual discrimination, color recognition, word recognition, letter recognition, ordering, and rebus stories to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Included in Hands on Classification! are pictures that you've been searching for in magazines. These classification activities are for the beginning Kindergarten student. They are an introduction to manipulative activities. Most of the activities or work-jobs in Hands on Classification! can be made into file folders and are easily stored. The instructions indicate colouring the pictures, but they will look equally attractive photocopied onto coloured bond paper and mounted onto coloured letter size files or Bristol board. Your students will have fun colouring the provided images. This Chants & Classifications lesson provides a teacher and student section with activities, drawings, and cut-outs to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
We've packaged together 2 books on Learning Centres. The first book "I Love My Learning Centres," contains illustrations for 24 different centres in your classroom. Your students will become familiar with the pictures that identify their favourite centres. The second book "Record Sheets," contains 24 different Record Sheets on 19 different themes. These can be used with commercial stamps or stickers. Identification Pictures included in our resource are: Listening or Music, Painting, Puppets, Playhouse, Blackboard, Games, Blocks and Toys, Make-believe, Sandbox, Puzzles, Water Table, Work Jobs, Felt Board of Storytelling, Art, Play Dough, Beads, Small Blocks, Typewriter, Writing, Computer, Large Blocks, Reading, Science or Wonder, and Tools. This Big Books lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, record sheets, and big book assembly to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Rebus Chants A to Z encourages "reading-like" behaviour and gives beginner readers the repetition and sense of accomplishment they need. Teachers will photocopy chants for each student. The chants can be stapled and sent home at the end of a theme, or stored in a duo-tang all year. Encourage students to follow the chants with their fingers, keeping on track with the picture words. Have students point out particular things, such as the beginning of each line, double letters, phonics rules, repeated words, and punctuation. This can be done orally at first; then, have students underline, circle, or colour important parts. This Chants & Classifications lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, activities, teacher notes, and big book assembly to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Do you like Dragons? This and many other questions will be answered in our engaging unit. Students will create a "Big Book" by colouring the provided illustrations and using the provided text. Students complete a "My Dragons Word Book", in which students will fill in the provided pages with drawings and words. A "Don't Wake the Dragon" puzzle is provided for students to complete and colour. Our unit is ideal for teaching reading and writing as well as word recognition using a Dragon theme. This Nursery Rhymes lesson provides a teacher and student section with activities, colouring book, word book and word cards to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
A must for every Canadian, our unit is complete with fun and engaging activities all about Canada. Activities include making big books, art lessons, artist studies, patterns to make game board, and storyboard stories. Contents include "A Princess, Two Countries, a Baby, and the Tulip", "Artist Study of Mary Heister Reid and William Kurelek," "Tulip Art, Victorian Style Art Lesson," "The Canada Day Parade", and "Canadian Vacation". Students will learn about Canada and reinforce skills like reading, math, and critical and creative thinking. Students will learn about Canada from material designed at a level they can understand. This Canada lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, activities, board game, word search, and reader's theatre to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Rebus chants encourage "reading-like" behavior and provide new readers with repetition and a sense of accomplishment. Chants are most effective if read daily. Once you get going, it only takes five to ten minutes each day. Packages contain rebus chants that can be enlarged to 11x17" to make a class big book, and bulletin board, or they can be photocopied for each child. Students can make their own chants booklet using the cover and border patterns provided. All the chants in our unit are based on the seasons and include "It Is Autumn", "School Time", "Haunted House" and "Snowmen". This Chants & Classifications lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, activities, chants and a booklet to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Space is an introduction to the mysteries of the Universe. Included are Task Cards for independent learning, Journal Word Cards for creative writing, and Hands-On Activities for reinforcing skills in Math and Language Arts. Space is a perfect introduction to further research of the Solar System. Students will learn about the following topics: The Universe, The Solar System, The Sun, The Moon, Other Moons, Stars, Comets, and Constellations. Students will expand their knowledge of the known universe with answers to the questions, "What is the Universe?", "How many planets?", "What makes up the Solar System?", "What is a comet?", "What is a star?", and many more. This Earth Science lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, activities, word search, task cards, quiz, and answer key to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Storyboard stories and little books to make for the classroom. Storyboard stories are an alternative to flannel board stories. They provide the same storytelling enjoyment but they are easier to assemble. Instead of cutting and gluing felt pieces to make a character or an object, just colour the blank line-art story pictures. Student creativity and organization are highlighted in this language arts lesson, as students create storybooks to enhance their reading and writing skills. Included in this unit are: "Hannah's Toque", "Douglas Fir Tree", and "How the Animals Found the Sun." This Holidays lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, activities, and storyboard stories to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
An informative lesson on the Saskatchewan Prairies. Featuring a dictionary, hands-on sequencing, little book patterns, creative writing, making the big book, read the story, alphabetical elevators, hands-on patterns, and journal word cards. Students will recognize towns in rural Saskatchewan, develop mapping skills, develop vocabulary, develop numeracy skills, develop creative writing skills, and participate in a variety of independent learning activities. Additional reading includes "A Prairie Alphabet" by J. Cugnet-Ballatyne, with journal word cards, class dictionary, and word search activities; as well as "The Auction" by J. Andrews, with task cards and more stories activities. This Canada lesson provides a teacher and student section with activities, big book assembly, sequencing activity, word cards, word search, and task cards to create a well-rounded lesson plan.
Cowboy Hats, Boots and Books includes two big books, with little books for each as well as patterns for student bookmaking, songs, and rebus chants. Contents include: Cowboy Clip Art, Parts of a Cowboy, Cowpoke of the Day Bulletin Board, Cowboy Songs, Cowboy Chants, Big Book — Counting Cowboy, Little Book — Counting Cowboy, Big Book — One Good Cowboy Hat, Little Book — One Good Cowboy Hat, and Student Bookmaking Patterns. This Primary Studies lesson provides a teacher and student section with reading passages, activities, big book, and bookmaking patterns to create a well-rounded lesson plan.