Laura McIntosh
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A book a week:  Koala Lou by Mem FoxRead the book daily for a week and complete a activity a day - oh so simple!Activities include;1.  Pre-Reading Story Word List2.  Sequencing3. Character Feelings4.  Multiple Choice Comprehension5.  Writing 6.  Connected Story Words and Brain Stretches 7.

A book a week: Koala Lou by Mem FoxRead the book daily for a week and complete a activity a day - oh so simple!Activities Pre-Reading Story Word Character Multiple Choice Writing Connected Story Words and Brain Stretches

Have the children draw a step by step koala then use real bark and leaves on the tree.

Sustainability, FMS: Have the children draw a step by step koala then use real bark and leaves on the tree.

Time Foldable - thinking making the minute hand blue to correspond with the blue paper.  Maybe make the #s on the yellow paper a different color and make the hour hand's color correspond to that...

Adventures of a Third Grade Teacher: Monday Goodies, Currently and a Time Freebie!

FREE Time to the hour and half hour cut and paste. First Grade Common Core.

Grade Common Core Worksheet (Time to the hour and half hour). Cut and paste to show the time. Telling Time I added 2 new pages!

Laminate and have students use dry erase marker to write time on digital and analog clocks. Hold up for quick check. FREE!

Laminate and have students use dry erase marker to write time on digital and analog clocks. Hold up for quick check.

Great idea to get the little ones through the day (and help them learn how to tell time!)

Clutter-Free Classroom: Clock Schedule Display Kids who are working on telling time, they can refer to the little clocks as a guide for the BIG clock! Love this!

How to make a paper plate clock (pinned by Super Simple Songs) #educational #resources for #children

How to make a paper plate clock (pinned by Super Simple Songs) educational resources for children

This is just so darn smart!  A hula hoop on a dry erase board to practice telling time.  Brilliant!

Telling Time- stick a hula hoop to the white board, and write numbers around the inside of the circle to make a "clock". You can make little notches around the inside of the hula hoop to practice telling time to the exact minute, if you choose to,