Monday, January 27, 2014

Healthy Habits What I Learned booklet

After teaching about healthy habits and what you need to do to take care of your body, have your students write facts they remember. Use as a responsive writing after teaching a topic or an end of the unit assessment book. Picture labels will help your young students as they write.

Photo copy on transparencies and have students generate facts as a whole group or display on your optima or in a smart board file.

Included pages:
  • Flossing Your Teeth
  • Brushing Your Teeth
  • Visiting the Dentist
  • Visiting the Doctor
  • Taking Care of Your Body
  • Keeping Clean
  • Exercise Your Body
  • Eat Good Foods
You can find this HERE at my TPT store.

Check out my products I have in my TPT store that go along with the Healthy Habits theme:

(part of “Snowman, Winter, MLK King pack)

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Roll, Color, Read, Label Farming Activities FREE

I made this last fall and just came across it today.  Must have gotten a little busy over Thanksgiving and Christmas and forgot about it.  Meant to put it out for a freebie, so here it is!

Included in the packet are 3 games:

1.Roll and Color a Tractor: Students roll two dice and add the two numbers together, then color the sum by finding it on the tractor and coloring that part. 

2.Roll and Label: Farm Animals, Farm Words: Roll a die and label the picture by using the chart with the matching words. 

3.Listen, Read, and Color: Combine, Farmer: Teacher reads aloud a word and students find that word on the picture and color it. 

You can pick up this FREEBIE at my TPT store HERE.

"Staying Healthy" Mini Book

This has been on my to-do list since last February, and I finally got around to doing it!

This mini book is an easy reader to teach about healthy habits: dental health, personal hygiene, and physical fitness.  You can find this mini-book HERE at my TPT store.  Download the preview to see the entire book before purchasing.

"Staying Healthy" by Carrie Hanson
  • You need to do a lot of things to keep yourself healthy.
  • Eat good foods to keep your body healthy.
  • Drink juice instead of pop.
  • Eat fruits and vegetables instead of candy and cake.
  • Drink milk for strong bones and teeth.
  • Go see the dentist two times each year.
  • Brush and floss your teeth every day.
  • Take a bath or shower every day.
  • Use soap and shampoo to get he germs off.
  • Wash your hands before you eat.
  • Use a tissue when you blow your nose.
  • Exercise to keep your heart healthy.
  • Listen to the doctors. They will help you get better when you are sick.
  • Try to sleep for eight hours each night.

Thursday, January 2, 2014

January and February Peeker Doodles Clip Art

This set kind of got forgotten about.  I was backing up clip are over Christmas break and came across these "peeker" inspired images that I drew last year for some thematic writing projects.  They work great for craftivity projects for writing.  Simply design what you want, photocopy on construction paper and use as a topper for a writing project.  Or use them to spruce up some of your writing neat sheets.

Writing ideas to go along with this images:
"What Would You Give Your Sweetie for Valentine's Day?"
"What Do Snowman Do at Night?"
"What's Your New Years' Resolution?"
"My Dream..."
"What Does the Tooth Fairy Do With All Those Teeth?"

You can find this set HERE at my TPT store, or HERE at my Teacher's Notebook clip art gallery.

Winter and Snow Word Wall Cards

Last year I made some Christmas and Holiday word wall cards and included some winter and snow themed words in that pack.  I didn't put the winter/snow theme words up before Christmas because I wanted to save them until our winter/snow theme.  As I was doing some winter and snow themed activities today, I thought of some additional words that I wanted to include on the world wall for our theme.  I quick whipped this up after school today.

Words included:  
snowflake, igloo, snow drift, snowman, stocking hat, mittens, boots, scarf, snowball, sled, shovel, ice skates, snowboard, button, carrot, sticks, top hat, mug, ice cube, hot chocolate, iceberg, penguin, polar bear, arctic fox, eskimo, snow pants, coat, snowing, freezing, blizzard

You can find this word wall set HERE at my TPT store.

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Sketchy Lowercase Letters Doodles

I've been working on this set for a while and finally found some time to finish it yesterday.  A while back I did a Sketchy Capital Letters Doodles and started this right after.  In this set there are BW, blue, gray, red, and yellow images.  As a bonus, I've started including the line art images.  That way you can customize the letters to your own liking using photoshop or Pixlr app.  All I ask is that you give credit to me as the artist.  Terms of use haven't changed and can be found at the bottom of my blog.

Where you can find this:
My TPT store HERE
My Teacher's Notebook clip art shop HERE

If you are interested in this Capital Letters Doodles you can find it HERE.

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