I think foxes are just adorable. Dangerous, but adorable. Here are some free fox resources for your lessons. They cover everything from book reports, theatre scripts, arts and crafts.
Free Printable Fox Note Cards Stationery from Five Spot Green Living
I don’t know what it is about foxes but they are so very cute. Here’s some free printable fox note card stationery that you can use at your heart’s content.
Fox Facts & Worksheets from Kids Konnect
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Manners Matter: What Does the Fox Say Coloring Page Freebie and Activity Pack from The Helpful Counselor
My “The Fox Says” bulletin board has been a great conversation starter in my buildings. To be honest, I’ve never really thought about how powerful a bulletin board was until I started having students coming out of the woodwork to talk about the fox using good manners.
Fox Mystery Picture Winter Math Center Activity from Pink Cat Studio on Teachers Pay Teachers
Practice place value, sequencing, addition and subtraction with this fun Winter Fox Math Mystery Picture. This activity is perfect for math centers, early finishers, substitutes or homework.
Let’s Draw Together: Fox Freebie from Amy Lemons on Teachers Pay Teachers
My students have always loved directed drawings. It’s such a peaceful and calm activity in the classroom! They enjoy learning how to draw the different images because it gives them the skills and confidence they need to explore other types of art! These can be done as a classroom activity, an early finisher activity, or even at a writing/art station! I’ve included different writing and drawing options so that you can make them work for you and your students!
Arctic Fox Informational Text: Main Idea, Comprehension Questions, Facts from The Learning Chambers on Teachers Pay Teachers
Are you looking to improve your students’ written responses to informational texts? Do your students struggle with writing or identifying the main idea? Do your students need extra practice with comprehension? This sampler pack of an arctic fox informational reading passages and comprehension questions will be sure to help!
Every passage included 5 printable pages…
1 Text in black and white
1 Open-ended Question Sheet
1 Main Idea and Supporting Detail Sheet
1 Running Record Recording Sheet
1 Fact Writing Sheet
Your students are sure to get extra practice proving their answer using evidence from the text. They will also get extra practice writing in complete sentences.
Fox and Grapes Readers’ Theater Script from The Owl Spot on Teachers Pay Teachers
This readers’ theater script takes the story “The Fox and the Grapes” and allows early elementary students to act it out. Text is easy to read. Script has 4 speaking parts. Great to use for a study with Aesop’s fables, character education, or learning about the genre of plays and scripts. Place copies of the script in a literacy center with props and costumes and let your students have fun practicing their fluency!
Script written by Martha Hach.
Socks for Mr. Fox – A FREE Seuss Inspired Emergent Reader from Sherri Cheshire on Teachers Pay Teachers
Celebrate Dr. Seuss and Read Across America with this FREE Seuss inspired emergent reader. Readable, rhyming text makes this a fun book for shared reading! Counting practice and number word practice are an added bonus!
The Fox Says Digraphs! A Read & Write the Room Activity from Herding Kats in Kindergarten on Teachers Pay Teachers
This is a Fox themed literacy game to encourage fluency with initial digraphs! This Read the Room activity will have your students practicing reading and writing digraphs words in a fun way! This goes great with the “What Does The Fox Say” song!
4 picture cards for digraphs: ch, sh, th, wh, and 2 cards for ph.
Blank cards to add your own words