Heather Fitzgerald

Fri, 21 Apr 2017 12:02:03 +0000

Look How I Have Grown! Students reflect on their growth over the past year by writing and drawing about what they "know, understand, can do and are". This is the perfect spring craft for your classroom.

    A fun craftivity flap book where students write about all the friends they are going to see this summer, the places they want to visit, and the things they want to do. Includes eight different versions of the pages: blank, lined, blank & line, & picture frame, and two versions of the cover (with and without 
a sun). Each of those are with a normal block font and another "fun" font.

    Mrs. T's First Grade Class: End of the Year Projects

    About Me ABC's - Classroom Doodles

    spring writing activity...cute!:

    Look How I Have Grown! Students reflect on their growth over the past year by writing and drawing about what they "know, understand, can do and are". This is the perfect spring craft for your classroom.

    What attributes do your students have that make them "lucky?" In this St. Patrick's Day Shamrock "I am lucky" Craftivity students write about four things that make them a lucky person. It is a perfect St. Patrick's Day writing lesson and a fun activity for elementary school.

    This sheet is designed to help students choose new and improved words instead of overused words when writing and strengthening sentences. It is a handy tool to keep in your students' writing folders or make into a classroom poster. Thanks for looking!Leave feedback and earn TPT credit!You can build credit by leaving comments after your purchase.

    Looking for an adorable little project to compliment the super popular Dr. Seuss book “Oh, The Places You’ll Go?”

    FREE End of Year Memory Book with 3 Student Writing Templates and a Free-Writing Page! Your students will love this end of year activity!

    Cute Mother's Day flower activity!