I have just posted my pack for Fall - and for those who have Autumn, there are pages included to enable you to use this pack too.
I have marked it down to 50% for two days only ( 26th - 28th Sept, Sunday evening Aussie time)
This pack contains 135 pages and has 5 English and 5 Math tasks for K-1. It helps to celebrate the Fall/Autumn season and builds on the need to use adjectives.
Word Wall- This will help you to brainstorm words about fall/autumn for your grade to use in writing tasks.
Adjectives- Recording sheets to draw and then list the adjectives for all things autumn/fall
Mini book- This will give you two books. Copy and staple where the two marks are, then cut in half. Children can record what they see, hear, touch, smell and taste during this season. There is a cover for Fall and one for Autumn.
Matching - There are two sets – one in full color and one in a ‘save my ink’’ version. Color copy, laminate and cut the cards. Store in a small bag. Match the lower case to the capital letter
Writing tasks - Life as a Scarecrow, If I could ride on a tractor…, Down in the pumpkin patch, A Hay Ride, Down on the Farm, A huge sneeze, Template to make your own writing topic, An extra writing page for more writing
How many? There are two sets – one in full color and one in a ‘save my ink’’ version. Color copy, laminate and cut the cards. Store in a small bag. Add a peg on the correct number
Roll and cover - Use a 6 sided dice - roll and cover. There are three additional sets that ask you to +1, +2 and double the number rolled
Jigsaw- These eight sets will give each student a chance to explore counting patterns for 1, 2, odds, evens, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 10’s. Color copy and cut along the lines. Then match up the patterns to put the picture together.
How many leaves on the ground? Work out how many leaves on the ground? Color copy and laminate, then display around the room. Read the equations and use the leaves like a number line.
Record your answer on the answer sheet.
Time to Eat Apples - Color copy and laminate, one set is o’clock, one set is half past. Spread them out and match the correct labels.