Resource Round-Up: Chevron Learning Scale, Character Education, Articulation Language Craftivity, and More!
Want to keep things organized this year? Put a label on it! Need some proof? Look for Text Evidence. We have these and an Articulation Language Craftivity, Kindergarten ELA, an Editable Newsletter Template, and a Character Education Bundle too!
“Learning to cite text evidence can be tricky for younger students. This unit has everything you need to help your students become pros at referring to the text when answering text-based questions. They’re sure to love the fun detective theme, as well!”
“This Chevron Learning Scale is a perfect way to quickly assess how well your students are grasping the concepts you are teaching. Each number on the scale corresponds to a different level of understanding. Not only does it help you see where they are, but it also allows your students to really think about how well they understand the topic!” It’s Free!
“This bundle contains 30 different seasonal craftivities that will have your speech students busy all year long. Each craft contains words and images for every sound in every position, as well as a blank form for language or fluency targets!”
“Use this back to school craft as a motivating way to help your students learn their new speech goals. The craft will become a fun visual to reinforce speech practice at home.” It’s Free!
“Create a classroom of confident students who can solve problems, make good choices, be kind to others, and follow routines using these character units. These units help you teach your students to have character (aka social skills) using visuals, read-alouds, posters, positive notes, and engaging activities.”
“Art easel routine is a fabulous, visual way to teach and remind students how to paint and create at the easel independently! Super simple and so effective for your little learners.” It’s Free!
“This no prep resource for Jennifer Armstrong’s Shipwreck at the Bottom of the World features a student packet with more than 60 pages of worksheets and activities, as well as a variety of optional learning extensions, vocabulary tools, and quizzes. There are many opportunities for cross-curricular connections to science and geography with this text, and the unit includes an activity in which students will make a sextant, a scientific tool used in the story, and an Antarctic animals worksheet.”
“This question and answer dice game for Dan Gutman’s The Kid Who Became President is such a fun way to check for comprehension! Students move along the game board by answering questions from the novel — great for centers, or print out several copies and place students in groups for some fun test-prep!” It’s Free!
“Encourage students to use the strategies they have learned by posting strategy posters that they can refer to when they need reinforcement. These posters have children thinking of the strategy and the words beside them explaining each one.”
“Just add the news! 2 sided newsletter template created in both color (if you have an online newsletter) and B&W (for send home copies). These super-cute templates are ready to use — just update with your personal classroom information!” It’s Free!