Fall is in the air! Or at least it seems that way here. I love the feel of the morning fall air. I’m sure our warm weather will return soon, but in the meantime this weather put me in the curriculum writing mood. I just finished my second fall themed lesson packet this week.
This packet has fall themed literacy centers and is aligned with Common Core Standards.
Print leaves on card stock.
Cut apart on yellow dotted line.
Students match homophone pairs.
Students will choose 3 homophone pairs.
Students will write a sentence using each homophone pair.
Example: The hare had soft hair.
Students can either keep this sheet of sentence starters and cut one off each day or you can make a class set and set it up as a writing center. The Home Journal page can be used for writing homework. I have a writing homework program using this format in my Writing Tips and Tidbits packet. Read more about the program HERE.
Book list includes 40 books and their reading levels.
This center can be used different ways.
1. Copy the page with words and punctuation marks on card stock cut it apart. Let students arrange words and punctuation marks on the “Sentence Puzzle” page to make sentences.
2. Copy the page with words and punctuation marks and give each student a copy. Students glue words and punctuation marks on the “Sentence Puzzle” page to write sentences.
3. Follow directions for #2 except glue on construction paper and illustrate.