Have you started thinking about your 2020 New Year Goals? Do you want to drink more water during the school day? Start an exercise regimen of HIIT during your students' recess time? Hey...I'm serious! I had students running in place and doing squat contests with me to see who could do the most squats in a minute!😊 It's not too early to start putting your 2020 goals in place along with your students using this FREE 2020 New Year Goals activity sheet. This simple and FREE 2020 New Year Goals activity printable was designed for students to write or draw their goals for the New Year. Here is another version that I have used over the past couple of years with a different format. Let me be the first to wish you a Happy and Prosperous New Year! May all your 2020 NEW YEAR GOALS be met!🎇
Okay, so let me start by saying...I LOVE THIS BOOOOOOOK! I love it so much, I have a video of me reading it on YouTube! The Gingerbread Girl by Lisa Campbell Ernst is by far one of my favorite picture books to read! This Gingerbread Girl is no joke! She is one spunky smart cookie! My students compared and contrasted this story with various versions of the the gingerbread boy stories using The Gingerbread Girl Story activity sheet (Standards 2.RL.2.7, 2.RL.2.9). This is a great, no fuss, no prep, just print and go compare/contrast and comprehension check activity sheet that allows you to assess your students understanding of the story. Visit my Teachers Pay Teachers store or click here to download your copy! Don't have the story? No worries! You can purchase a copy of The Gingerbread Girl by Lisa Campbell Ernst here!😊 (Amazon Affiliate)You can also listen to the story read by yours truly. 💖💖💖 😍
Gobble, Gobble! It's that time of the year when Turkey gets creative to survive Thanksgiving! I love this book and the various activities that can be done along with it. My students LOVED devising a plot and disguise for the Disguise a Turkey project I sent home. However, before I would send them home with their project, I wanted to make sure they had a understanding of the story and Turkey's character. So, I created this quick print and go comprehension check to assess my students understanding of the story. Get your copy of Turkey Trouble Comprehension Check today for a simple, yet effective way to check your students understanding of this creative turkey's challenge to not be eaten at Thanksgiving dinner!
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