Happy International Blog Hopping day! I'm linking up with Kreative in Kinder to share some freebies with you (these are actually just old blog posts, visit my TN store for more freebies)! Click the picture below to join in!
I created a few forms that I wanted to update and I thought I'd share them with you. The first one is a parent contact form.
The second one is a problem solving sheet for students to reflect on their behavior.
Click on the pictures to grab your copies.
Halfway through my first year, I was assigned a group of 1st grade girls. Up to this point, I was used to working with 3rd-5th graders. My plans for the girls were the same as my older kids - read a book and do some sort of writing with it plus a little word work. The girls were done in about 10 minutes. I still had 20 minutes to fill. The girls needed to work on sight words so I decided to make a dolch kit and practice sight words during our sessions too. Since I still had time left in my sessions, I made a simple sight word book template. I had the girls choose one sight word from their list that they struggled with and write a predictable book using that word.
Here is a small picture of the cover.
Sorry that these pics are sideways - I can't figure out how to make them the correct way! These are interior pages from a students book called "They had Animals". Her pages say things like "They had an elephant." "They had a cat." The girls were able to recall & retain the sight words they made books with. Within 2 months, they were discharged from AIS (academic intervention services). You can grab your free copy of my book template at my Teachers Notebook store!