General Knowledge for Kids
Earth Day is on April 22nd, try out these fun and simple activities in your classroom! Earth day book list, sensory bin, easy crafts kids can do by themselves, anchor chart, downloadable or printable book, and more for your toddler, preschool, kindergarten, or first grade students. These activities will also work well in special education classrooms. Teach students how to help our environment with a foldable template about the three r’s reduce reuse and recycling.
#These #April #Writing These April Writing Resource set is packed with graphic organizers to cover the main themes for April: Earth Day, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Refuse, Spring, garden, flowers, etc. Your students will enjoy writing with these motivating resources. The resources are set up so that you and your students can choose the writing topics – you are not locked in to specific topics! I have even included 40 April-themed graphics to spark ideas for writing. No more, ‘I don’t know what to
A perfect activity for your All About Me preschool theme. Use this free one page printable to help kids share a few things about themselves. When complete you can add to a portfolio, give as a parent keepsake, or bind in a class book. The page is filled with images to help emergent readers understand the text. Plus, it is easily differentiated. Perfect for beginning of the year and all about me theme literacy center in preschool, pre-k, or ki
Review healthy and unhealthy choices/behaviors with early elementary/primary school students! In a movement-based activity, students decide in the actions described are healthy choices or unhealthy choices. Students complete an independent sorting activity for extra practice. This lesson is perfect for school counseling classroom guidance lessons with Kindergarten and first grade students.
February is Dental Health Month! These dental health activities, children’s book suggestions, and dental health crafts are perfect for teaching and getting your students excited about taking proper care of their teeth! Great for kindergarten, first, and second grades!