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If children were reading about volcanoes, once finished, students could create their own volcanoes and label the different parts of it using knowledge from text. (pin is used to simply show an example of volcano).
Students will use chart when reading to help them feel more confident and motivated when presented with a problem.
Students will use this checklist when writing to ensure that they have minimal mistakes.
Students will write about which candy they prefer, then will pair up and share aloud what they chose and why.
Students will be asked to write the given word on a note card in the shaving cream, then spell it out.
Students will use Easter eggs to create spelling words, students will say spelling word, then spell it out.
Students will play bingo, pictures will be based off of characters in a recently read book, or even vocabulary, and students will mark off the correct picture.
After reading a book with the class, for example, The Rainbow Fish, students will then craft their own rainbow fish.
Students will hear definition and use the fly swatters to swat the corresponding vocabulary word on the board.