Learning to read is hard work!
Beginning your Day Submitted by: Dollucy Grainger, Pre-k teacher Have a designated place for all items backpacks, folders, library books, and anything else your students may need to turn in.
Then have students mark themselves present by moving a clothespin or card with their name on it. Then have the students do an independent activity such as math tubs with specific activities or a writing exercise for 15 minutes.
This activity gives you time to check for parent notes, do your roll, and any other morning changes or problems that may come up. Bell Work Submitted by: Carol When the bell rings and the children come in after I meet them at the door, they have work to do.
I put a quiz, problem or a review of some work on the chalk board. They date the page and begin the work as soon as they enter class. This gives me time to do all the administrative jobs that I need to do first thing in the morning.
The work is collected and I mark it or I assign someone to mark it. It prevents many disruptions and lets the children realize that they come to class to work.
Daily Geography Submitted by: Miley Since I teach s. All the questions come straight out of the book! To combat this, I have a variety of different activities that my class does depending on the day… Mondays are journal time where they tell me about the weekend easier than trying to tell me in the hallway, trust me!
Tuesdays and Thursdays are a daily speeddrill in Mathematics we do addition to start, then subtraction, mixed etc. This variety in their morning routine helps focus them immediately on entrance and keep them for the rest of the morning session.
Morning Activity Submitted by: Mer, 4th Grade To keep the kids in order in the mornings after we have gone over handwriting all of the letters in cursiveI have gone to several trivia sites.
The interesting and appropriate ones I have put on charts or small chart booklets, and I hang one each day for 1st thing in the morning handwriting practice. Not only do they love it, but they learn something also and share them with their parents for an interesting conversation at dinner.
Parents love it too. Morning Bell Work Submitted by: Amanda Suchodolski, Second Grade I found a wonderful activity to use for bellwork while I was student teaching.
What it is is a daily review of Language Arts or Math. The key is that it reviews the skills from the previous year. Each day they focuses on skills such as: The students are able to come in each morning and do the work with confidence and feel success because they already have experience from the previous year.
Also, you will feel confident that your class is doing a bit of review each day to strengthen skills needed to grow. They will not be able to forget a skill and will constantly reinforce what is already known.
I also use it as a guide for mini-lessons that are needed for large or small groups. Morning Work Submitted by: DeeGee, 3rd After morning assembly on the playground the students enter the classroom and put their things away.
They then take out their journal pouch. The pouch includes their journal composition book and journal prompts which I have provided.
Approximately 20 journal prompts are given each month. The students cut them out and paste them in their journals. They spend 15 minutes writing. Upon completing their journal writing they are then responsible for completing the math problem of the day.
This is also done in the Math journal. As they complete they bring the book to me and I correct. Students are required to show all work in solving the math problem. By the end of the morning work I have completed attendance and any other related activities that need to be completed in the morning.First Grade Reading Books 1st Grade Reading Worksheets 1st Grade Homework 1st Grade Activities 1st Grade Worksheets 1st Grade Writing Free Kids Activities Fun Worksheets Reading Activities Forward Teach Your Child to Read - FREE First Grade Reading Comprehension Passages - Set 1 - Give Your Child a Head Start, barnweddingvt.com .
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