Hello all, since I do interventions and tutoring for elementary schoolers, I haven't received my new students yet, but at least, I have an idea what they may need. So, preparing for them has been a little nutty lately ;) I'll be posting soon about my plans and goals for them, and hopefully, reflecting on how they went.
Meanwhile, I'm linking up with 4th Grade Frolics for my first EVER Monthly Monday Made-It!!
wanted to share some song lyrics anchor charts that I've made for my toddler music class. I generally don't use these for active movement activities. However, for calmer, quieter songs and fingerplays, I like to give the parents something to look at, so that they feel more confident participating, as well as provide a print-rich environment for the kiddos.
Sorry for the bad pictures. I generally don't consider myself that crafty, but I must say, I've been inspired by some of the neat things I've been seeing in the Monday Made-It posts. I usually draw and paste these together on 11 X 17 copy paper, and then mount them on cardboard cut to size. I don't really have a good way to display them, other than leaning them up against something, or just holding them up. If I make these sort of things for my elementary reading / math students, how can I better display charts? Is there some kind of small, portable easel? Also, how do you manage to print chart or bulletin board ideas that one downloads as a PDF file on 11 X 17 or larger? Oh, I know, so many newby questions...
Oh, BTW, here's a paper-crafted greeting card I made for a friend.
4th Grade Frolics and link up!