From Squyres' Special Class: Have a "CrunCHy MunCHy Party" to help kids learn the "CH" sound!
Birds, Birds, and More Birds.... from StrongStart
I first found this pin. Making an "I Wonder" statement to get the kids thinking. Stephanie Harvey talks about "I Wonder" statements in her Primary Comprehension Toolkit. This is a great resource to help you design comprehension strategy lessons for use with informational text. I like this idea to prompt students to think and discuss various things they are learning about.
When checking out this pin, I found several other posts from StrongStart with great ideas for learning about birds.Check out these other ideas on bird coverings, edible nests, and what birds eat.
From Kindergarten and Mooneyisms: Slap Words! I love this simple word wall game. Put sight words on different colored sheets of tag board. Lay the words cards on top of the table face up. Call out a word. The person to find it first slaps their hand down on top of the card, then takes the card and puts it to the side in "their pile". The person with the most words wins!
From My Second Home: A Hanging Word Wall
From First Grade Gallery: Abe Lincoln's Beard. These are too cute!
This is from Deanna's Wild Thing Unit on TPT.
For cute clipart to go with Clifford, Dr. Seuss, and Where the Wild Things Are...
go to MelonHeads Illustrating
From Bishop's Blackboard: Math About Me! Get the students thinking about how they use numbers, both big and small, in their everyday lives. Have students create a poster all about themselves using only numbers. They can write their house number, their birthday in number form, their age and ways to add it, their favorite number, and how many people are in their family.
From Elementary Organization: Computer Login Cards Make logging in during center or station time easier with this management tool.
From Little Priorities: Persuasive Writing using the book Hey, Little Ant