Name & Address Cards from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
Does your child know their name, address, and phone number? It is very important that kids learn this important safety information as early as possible. Here are some free kindergarten worksheets to help you teach your preschool and kindergarten child their name and where they live.
A Fresh Look at “ME” from Kindergarten Nana
I received a very nice email from a talented reader in Australia, named Lavinia. She told me that she really liked my book Special Me, but she asked if I minded if she redid it with updated text and graphics. I am always happy to share, and she sent back her revised copy for me to share with you!
WHOO are you! from Practically Speeching
Make sure you download this freebie to learn WHOOOOO your students are! It’s a one page worksheet that will have you getting to know your students and helping them get to know each other. Have them ask the questions to each other, ask you, explain their answers, give synonyms/antonyms or descriptors for their activities – the options are truly endless. This is a great introductory activity.
All about Me – Learning about Self & Family from The Christian Homeschool Hub
Me on the Map Flip Book from Mrs Faulkner on Teachers Pay Teachers
Students create a flip book to go along with the story Me on a Map by Joan Sweeney. Use this as a tool to help students understand the size order of cities, states, and countries.
I Am Special – A book about Me for Kindergarten from Lavinia Pop on Teachers Pay Teachers
Here’s a fun idea for back to school or end of school year classroom idea. (This unit contains US and Australian spelling).
A Book About Me from First Grade Best
All of us have some type of student created booklet for the first week of school. This type of simple activity is great to have on hand!
All About Me Rainbows from Wimsy
This is called “The Colors of Me” because it’s all about the individual student. Everyone’s rainbow will be different because we are all different; this leads well into a discussion about respecting everyone’s diversity and differences, or even the colors in a real rainbow. Students simply fill out their answers and choose the appropriate colors needed.
Family History for Kids from Teach Beside Me
I have really been wanting to teach my children about their ancestors and help them to see the importance of knowing about the past. This week as we studied history I also incorporated family history into their lessons.
All About Me Preschool Theme from Mommy’s Little Healper
Today we had an “All About Me” preschool theme. We looked at pictures of my son as he has grown up the last 3 years and talked about how he used to be a baby, but has since grown and learn to do lots of new things.