• Summer Writing Prompts

    Summer is a great time of year to engage a child in writing. Not only can it be fun, but continued writing is beneficial for the retention (and further development) of skills obtained during the school year. The following writing prompts are specific to summertime and aim to entice even reluctant

    Summer Writing Prompts
  • Calendar Template

    The following is a calendar template. It can be used to teach students the elements of a calendar or used by students to keep track of homework assignments and/or upcoming projects. This would also make a great resource for ELL students and those receiving special education services. Recommended

    Calendar Template
  • What I Want to Do This Summer Worksheet

    Summer is finally upon us, but the learning doesn't have to stop with this fun summertime worksheet! Using the sunshine, children write 10 things they want to do this summer. Possible Modifications/Adaptations: As an added challenge, have student(s) choose 1-3 items to write about in more

    What I Want to Do This Summer Worksheet
  • Today is Monday Sequencing Activity

    The following activity can be used in conjunction with or as a follow-up to the story Today is Monday by Eric Carle. To use, print, cut out and laminate the images (sequencing cards) provided in the attachment below. Sequencing cards can then be used as a whole group activity during or after the

    Today is Monday Sequencing Activity
  • We’re Going on a Leaf Hunt Follow-up Activities

    A great way to introduce children to the wonders of the fall season...We're Going on a Leaf Hunt by Steve Metzger is a story about three friends who go on a hiking adventure in search of leaves. Read the story aloud and then set out on your own outdoor adventure! Provide children with small paper

    We’re Going on a Leaf Hunt Follow-up Activities