The awesome Amy over at Teaching in Blue Jeans set up this amazing blog hop and giveaway for all of you incredible teachers out there! You are all the best so here’s our best for you!
Here’s my best for you!
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My Write the Room Recording Pages are a big seller in my store! If I had to guess, I’d think it’s because even I would love to put on funny glasses, grab a pen and clipboard, and walk around the room. My students love being out of their seats and this gives them a reason! Write the room is definitely a favorite in my classroom. My students look forward to their turn at this station more than any other one! I have some teacher friends who also use write the room as an activity for students to do when they finish work early. I always have a stack of these write the room pages with my clipboards so my students can use them with any extra time we have.
This pack has 25 recording pages that can be used for any write the room activity. Check out the pictures below to see just a few of the pages!
Recording page numbered 1-20 There are also pages numbered 1-5 and 1-10.
Alphabet recording page Also included are pages for finding and sorting words that start with vowels and words that have vowels.
Recording page to find words with 2, 3, 4, and 5 letters.
There’s also a version of this page with blanks for how many letters so you or the student may fill it in!
There’s a recording page for each month of the year! There are 2 copies on each page to help save some paper. I printed mine on colored paper to make it more festive!
If you like what you see, grab it now! It’s cheaper TODAY than it will be for the TpT Teacher Appreciation sale! But only for today!!
I’ll be adding pages to this pack as more ideas come to me. If you have a great idea, just leave it in the comments for me!
For me, Thanksgiving is all about family and food!! I always loved adding this activity to our writing center so students could make up their own Thanksgiving menu.What's your favorite food for Thanksgiving? Do you do any non-traditional foods? I'm all about the stuffing!Find my Thanksgiving Dinner Writing Activity at the link in my bio.• bit.ly/thanksgivingwritingcenter ... See MoreSee Less
Ready for Halloween?? 🎃👻》》What's your favorite Halloween candy??If you are able to do Halloween themed activities in you classroom, this is a fun one for word work!Students match the pictures, then read and record the sight words (or CVC words). Students can also write sentences using the words.Best part?? It's also EDITABLE! You can type your own words to match the sight words or CVC words your students are currently learning.🔗 bit.ly/halloweensightwordmatch ... See MoreSee Less
Who is ready for spooky season??! 🦇 But really though, I don't do spooky, scary stuff. No thank you! Anyone else that way??I just loved using these graphic organizers during our bats unit. There are 8️⃣ lift-the-flap organizers to choose from with different options for the amount of writing lines. Perfect for readers response and checking comprehension!Not doing a bat unit? No problem! I have these for fall 🍂 and pumpkins 🎃 too. Comment or message me for those links. 》http://bit.ly/batstoryorganizers ... See MoreSee Less