These September Tab-Its® are the perfect compliment to your Back to School activities. When you are creating your classroom rules, you can have the students complete the School Rules Tab-Its®.
When you have a little bit of downtime during the first few days of school, the First Day of School Tab-Its® booklet is perfect to keep your little ones busy as you get settled and organized. The Constitution Day Close Reading Tab-Its® is the PERFECT activity to help your students learn about the Constitution!
DIGITAL OPTIONS NOW INCLUDED:
We have now added Google Slide activities to accompany each unit. You can click on the Google Slides link, make a copy, and now begin using it with your students. You can add the Google Slide links to Google Classroom, via email, Microsoft Teams, and Seesaw, etc. This will give you the ability to provide the unit activities digitally to your students.
Included in this bundle:
The First Day of School Tab-Its®
The students will:
- write fun facts about themselves
- draw and write about how they felt on the first day of school
- interview a new friend and draw a picture
- do a making words activity
School Rules Tab-Its® The students will:
Constitution Day Close Reading Tab-Its®
- write 2 classroom rules that must be followed and WHY these rules should be followed
- write 2 hallway rules that must be followed and WHY these rules should be followed
- write 2 cafeteria rules that must be followed and WHY these rules should be followed
- write 2 school bus rules that must be followed and WHY these rules should be followed
- write 2 playground rules that must be followed and WHY these rules should be followed
The students will:
- take part in a close reading lesson with the nonfiction passage
- write what Constitution Day
- explain why the Constitution was created
- use text evidence to write the meaning of three high-level vocabulary words and then find the actual definition in the dictionary
- address the Key Details of the text by writing the main idea
- write 3 questions related to the main idea that can be answered with text-based evidence
- analyze the text by explaining how the Framers of the Constitution structured the government
- analyze the text by explaining their opinion as to why the constitution was important and supporting their opinion with text-evidence
These Tab-Its® fit perfectly into a spiral bound or black and white composition notebook! Try something NEW, INTERACTIVE, and FUN during this Back to School season. BEST PART.. they will only take a little time to finish!