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St. Patrick’s Day Write, Read and Draw!

by Jill & Cathy on February 25, 2015

St. Patrick's Day themed Write It, Read it, Draw it Sentence Activity FREE from The Curriculum CornerThis set of Write, Read, Draw pages is designed with a St. Patrick’s Day theme. Students cut out and read the words at the bottom of the pages.  They then create meaning by arranging them into a sentence, gluing them in the blank boxes, writing the sentence on the line and finally illustrating the sentence to show understanding. The first link doesn’t contain punctuation and doesn’t have the first word capitalized, but for those students who still need that support, there is a second document provided for a bit of differentiation. We have also again provided a blank page so that you can differentiate even further by making up your own sentences using sight words or other seasonal words and phrases. St. Patrick’s Day Read It! Write It! Draw It! St. Patrick’s Day Read It! Write It! Draw It! (punctuation & capitals)

Have students who are in need of simpler sentences?  Check out our other version on The Kinder Corner

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St. Patrick’s Day Word Cards w/ Activities

by Jill & Cathy on February 24, 2015

St. Patrick's Day  Word Cards w/ Pictures and Activities Includes Recording Pages FREE from The Curriculum Corner | Word Work | Daily 5 | Literacy Centers Make your March word work bright and colorful with our St. Patrick’s Day Word Cards and coordinating activities.  These were created to be an easy to put together word work center.

St Patick’s Day Word Cards w/ Pictures

Activity Cards  Includes 15 different tasks students can complete with the word cards.  You may have students choose the card you would like them to complete, or have them choose. Activities include writing and movement.  We have also created an assortment of recording pages to be used with the activity cards.

5 line Recording Page (5 short lines)          5 long-lined Recording Page (ideal for sentences)

10 line Recording Page                                 4 Box Recording Page (for illustrating words)

How else will you use these word cards?  We would love to hear about it

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3rd Grade Emergency Sub Plans

February 21, 2015

Third grade teachers, how often do you go into school when you are truly sick simply because going to school will take less effort than pulling together sub plans?  All teachers know that it is sometimes worse to stay home than go to school sick.  Hopefully these emergency sub plans will make your life just […]

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Reading Paired Text Resources & FREEBIE from Evan-Moor!

February 13, 2015

Now more than ever, we find that we live in a world where teaching students to read involves so much more than letter/sound recognition, site words, fluency practice and literal comprehension.  At young ages our students need to be getting much deeper into texts – inferring meaning, relating genres, comparing viewpoints and forming opinions.  Here […]

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Telling Time Anchor Chart

February 10, 2015

Print this anchor chart using your poster maker to create a large visual for students as they learn to tell time.  Or, add to a math notebook as a resource tool. Telling Time Anchor Chart

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3rd Grade Individual “I Can” Statement Posters

February 10, 2015

Here we have created a set of 8 1/2 x 11  sized posters of our “I Can” statements for 3rd grade. We have kept these fairly simple and made them in black and white so that you can copy them onto whatever color of paper you wish, back them with construction paper or use your […]

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Valentine’s Day Round-Up

February 5, 2015

To make it simpler for you to find our resources, we have gathered all of our Valentine’s Day posts into one spot.  Click on the icons below to be taken to the post.  We hope you enjoy all of the freebies below!                           […]

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2nd Grade Individual “I Can” Statement Posters

February 4, 2015

This is a set of 8 1/2 x 11  sized posters of our “I Can” statements for all grades. We have kept these fairly simple and created them in black and white so that you can copy them onto whatever color of paper you wish, back them with construction paper or use your school’s poster […]

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Annedroids Viewing Party: Recycling Project & Classroom Decor

February 3, 2015

As teachers and moms there is so much for us to love about Amazon’s new series Annedroids.  It is so hard to find a show that we approve of as moms, find educational AND is engaging for children!  This is it.  To show off our new find, we hosted a viewing party in our home. […]

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1st Grade Emergency Sub Plans

February 2, 2015

How often do you go into school when you are truly sick simply because going to school will take less effort than pulling together sub plans?  All teachers know that it is sometimes worse to stay home than go to school sick.  Hopefully these emergency sub plans will make your life just a little easier […]

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1st Grade Individual “I Can” Statement Posters

February 1, 2015

We have had quite a few requests for 8 1/2 x 11  sized posters of our “I Can” statements for all grades. We have kept these simple and created them in black and white so that you can copy them onto whatever color of paper you wish, back them with construction paper or use your […]

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Using Ozobot to Introduce Coding in the Classroom

January 27, 2015

This post brought to you by Ozobot. The content and opinions expressed below are that of The Curriculum Corner. As teachers and moms, we are always on the look-out for toys our boys will love that we also love.  We recently received an Ozobot in the mail and are excited to say that this definitely […]

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Teaching Kids to Support Claims with Evidence

January 26, 2015

Claim & Evidence Cards  Claim & Evidence Mini-Lesson The blue cards are designed to be used as a part of your mini-lesson. We have created a claim: Our class is the greatest. To accompany this claim, we have made an assortment of smaller cards. Some of these are written to be evidence to support the […]

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Valentine/Friendship Scoot

January 23, 2015

Here is a worthwhile activity to do on or near Valentine’s Day that will get your students writing and make them feel valued at the same time.  Students each have their own page and put their name at the top.  When you start your SCOOT students move from page to page in the room filling […]

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Friendship Fluency Sentences

January 21, 2015

These are great to print for a quick center, especially during the month of February when Valentine’s Day is celebrated by so many.  If you are in a district that doesn’t celebrate Valentine’s Day in classrooms, it is even MORE perfect because these sentences focus on friendship without a mention of cupid, being “mine”, hearts […]

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