Friday, July 3, 2015

Daily Schedule Cards

I've been working on these since last summer and finally finished them!  Yay! Now just to take the time to print and laminate and get ready for the fall.  I have been using the same ones in my room for the last 10 year and thought it was time to update and make things a little cleaner and easier for my first graders to read.  I used to use DJ Inkers "DJ Spiffy" for a lot of things in my classroom and realized that the font is too "jumpy" and first graders have a hard time reading it.  

I created these classroom schedule cards with picture clues that little ones can read on their own. I formatted them to fit into my blue Carson Dellosa scheduling pocket chart. The last page includes a blank page that can be screen-clipped into your own editing software to create your own.

***Schedule Cards included in this set:
math, reading, writing, bathroom break, morning work, word work, centers, sharing, guided reading lunch, recess, assessment, social studies, science, computer, music, art, snack, gym, library, field trip, guidance, silent reading, movie, quiet time, dismiss, brain break, social studies or science, clean up, math calendar, DOL sentences, catch-up time, friday folders, early dismiss, must-do work time, guest speaker, wash hands, stuffed toy day, sunglasses day, mustasche day, hot cocoa, popcorn, ice cream, soda pop, popsicle, valentine party, pajama day, holiday party, birthday, pumpkin seed counting, pumpkin sorting, pumpkin carving, BLANK PAGE TO CREATE YOUR OWN

You can find this HERE at my TPT store.  
**Make sure to download the preview to get a good look at several that are included in the set.

Clip art sources:
Clip Art by Carrie
My Cute Graphics

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Manners on the School Bus Mini Book

Last and final book in the Manners mini-books I plan to use this fall:  Manners on the School Bus.  This book teaches appropriate behavior children are expected to show on the school bus.  These skills will be taught during our PBIS lessons this fall during back to school week.

Text in this book:
Manners are important. Here are some good manners on the school bus.
To be safe I will stay seated and face the front.
I will keep myself and my stuff out of the aisle. It keeps everyone safe.
My head, hands, feet and all objects stay inside the bus to keep me safe.
When I wait for the bus I will be peaceful. That keeps everyone safe.
When I’m on the bus, I will use a quiet voice and talk about nice things. That is being respectful to others.
I will follow directions and listen to the bus driver the first time. That shows respect to the bus driver.
I can be responsible by being on time. I don’t want to miss the bus!
I will be responsible and clean up after myself.
I can tell the bus driver if something is broken or if there is a problem on the bus. That is being responsible.
Doing your best and following the rules on the bus keeps everyone happy!

You can find this book HERE at my TPT store.

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