The Tri-Fold!!! I love tri-folds! They are such a great tool to test comprehension, without the feeling of a formal assessment. I like to do student drawings in my Tri-folds as I feel it helps cement their ideas. In my last post I talked a lot about student drawings so as you can see it goes on through out the unit ;). Not going to say a ton about the tri-fold as I feel pictures really are worth a thousand words, but click on the pic and it will take you to the product.
I also included again this lovely teacher’s bulletin board display for a couple of reason. She added a title to the top of it. Also because I wanted to point out how do you notice that’s a white board. For those of you who struggling constantly switching out paper for the back drop, what a great idea if you have a bunch of white boards in your room (as this teacher does). Just use magnets and the switch is a synch! I also like how it is above the library and in the classroom. So students can enjoy their work, and it encourages them to read their other classmates work. Win-win!
It is never a bad idea to review phonemic awareness and beginning sounds with you preschoolers, kindergarteners, or 1st graders! This hands on learning bundle gives your students the opportunity to build on or begin their knowledge of the alphabet and beginning sounds. With so many different ways to use, you won’t be disappointed. Link in bio for the resource. #beginninglettersounds#phonemicawareness#neverstoplearningandgrowing... See MoreSee Less