Let me tell you about my latest product....my Thanksgiving Literacy Bundle. It includes everything you need for literacy centers for your most emergent readers. Here are some of the goodies that are included in this product.
First off, your students can sing this song to the tune of Frere Jacques. All turkeys can be face down and your little ones can pick a turkey and say the letter name on it. You can also use the flashcards to sequence the letters of the alphabet as well. And included you will find capital letters on turkeys and lowercase on bowls of cranberries. My kindergarten intervention kiddos do not know all their letters so this has come in extremely handy for us.
In addition, my kiddos need work on counting syllables. So included you will find a set of Mayflower Ship cards with pictures on them. They are for clapping the syllables and sorting by the number of syllables in each word.
Next you will find my "In Your Pocket" activity. This product is all you need to set up a pocket chart center. Included you will find colored turkeys, color words, and color sentences for your students to read and match. These have been popular in my store on their own so I decided to offer it in this bundle as well. Those turkeys are pretty stinkin' cute.
Now this is a favorite of mine and I started with this at Halloween. These punch cards are full size and I print them on card stock. I also am an HP Instant Ink gal and I'm printing for small group only so I print them for my groups at home. They come in a variety of Thanksgiving pictures and in both capital and lowercase letters. Simply add a stack of the included alphabet cards and hole punches. Pick a card, locate the letter, and punch. It amazes me how difficult the hole punch is to operate for little ones. But they have improved since Halloween so I'm glad to add the fine motor to the academics whenever possible.
Finally, an activity to count the number of words in sentences. Then your students can graph it. Simply add a paperclip and spin. Read and count the words. Students need to see that words are separated by spaces and this little activity does the trick.
And as promised, I know many of my Teacher Author friends love to link up their great products. So check them out below and I'm certain you can find something to your liking! Best wishes to you and your families for a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday.
Until Next Time,