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FUN Fall writing activity. This resource has been designed to help students plan out and write a fun, Fall-themed story! Can be used again and again as things will change each time students use the activity because of the roll of the dice.
Using this resource, students will roll one die 4 times and use the chart to help determine the character, setting, weather and conflict that should be in their story. Then, they will plan out their story on given pages:
– Character Planner
– Setting Planner
– Story Planner
After all planning is complete, they will write their stories!
Students will be able to create a cute little book of their very own with this cute download!
* I’m a Little Pumpkin poem page
* Booklet cover pages (1 color and 1 bw)
* Booklet pages (with 2 different line sizes to choose from based on your students abilities). Each page contains 2 lines of copy work and a picture to color (or create)!
This circle letter resource is designed to give younger students the ability to see a word and then spell it using circle letter manipulatives. This resource can be used to reinforce letter learning, letter sounds, formation of words and much more.
With an October-theme, students will love creating / forming words that are related to Halloween such as bat, web, pumpkin, squash, candy, spider, cat, leaf and house. You will receive two copies of each word mat (color and b/w).
Whimsical Unit designed for use during October and November with PreK – Kindergarten students to practice fine motor, math and language arts skills!
29 student pages offering plenty of tracing, matching, copying, counting, early reading and more!
This resource, Pumpkin Poetry, has been created to spark your students’ imaginations and creative writing!
Covering 9 different types of poetry:
- Mono rhyme
See description below for more details.
The resource, The Pumpkin Patch – Rebus Story, Comprehension & Shape Book, has been designed for early learners! Those beginning to read will enjoy reading this ‘Pumpkin Patch Story’ and using the to help!
After students read the story, there is one worksheet to test their comprehension. The final part of the resources is a cute, 3 page Pumpkin Shape Book.
See suggested uses in description below.
$3.00Buy NowPumpkin Science has several fun, hands-on activities that ask students to compare, contrast, observe, estimate, count, sort, investigate, graph and much more…Students can even create a Pumpkin Science Journal or use pages as notebooking pages.See more about this product in the description below.
This download contains 160 student pages PACKED with 2nd Grade learning! In it, you’ll find a variety of fun and engaging worksheets, puzzles and activities that will allow students to learn, practice and review needed skills: 1, 2 and 3 digit Addition and Subtraction, Principles of Multiplication, Multiplication x2, Number Sense, Greater than / Less than, Fractions, Shapes, Patterns, Money, Writing, Rhyming, Classification, Phonics, Syllables, Reading, Sight Words and more!
Help students learning to count and recognize number words (numbers 0-20) with these self-checking puzzles!
Print, laminate and use! Students will match each number, number word and picture. If correct, the pieces will fit together.
Get your students’ creative thoughts going with this resource, October Color & Write A Story! With 20 different October / Fall-themed scenes, students can color the picture on each and then write a story that goes along with the picture.
Use as part of a creative story writing assignment, as seat work for early finishers, as a homework assignment, in a literacy center or even in a sub-folder! Also, imagine the great student-created bulletin board that can be displayed from student creations.
This Monthly Writing Prompts Journal is for the month of October and has been designed to help students think, create and express their own ideas and opinions on a variety of topics.
There is a separate journal page for each day of the month that provides students with writing prompt. Some prompts a light-hearted while others are designed to make students critically think about issues, values, etc.