Verb Activities!

I have to be honest here.  I arrived at school and soon found out that I had completely forgotten to make any language arts plans for this week.  I knew that we would be covering verbs, but I hadn't prepped any activities or materials for it, other than what I posted this weekend.  So, I kicked it into high gear and started whipping some plans together.  Here are some things we did/will do this week!

We made a Verb anchor chart:
We read a book about verbs:
We will do these activities that you can pick up on my TPT for FREE!

I received these great Scholastic News magazines in the mail!  We read through it and highlighted all of the verbs that we could find!  It had some really neat stories in it!
 Not quite sure why this picture won't turn around!

We started studying shapes before Spring Break, so today we did a little review of 2D shapes.  The kiddos made Shape Monsters and wrote a little story about them.  Most of them turned out pretty cute.  You can grab the patterns and this activity in my Shapin' Up Unit!

 Other than that, I pretty much just tried to survive today!  It sure is hard going back to work after nine days off.  I will be the first to admit that I was out the door right after dismissal (although I did just continue to work once I got home, but working is a lot more fun when you are cuddled up on the couch in your pjs!)

Hope you all have a wonderful week!


Tara said...

Oh my goodness!!! I wish I could pull it out like that when I forgot to do my! Looks awesome!!!! Ok, now a confession.....where have I been that I missed your new look????? I've not been blog stalking a lot with spring break also....guess I missed it....It looks awesome!!!! LOVE IT!!

4th Grade Frolics

Courtney Bartlett said...

I love your cute new blog design.

Swimming into Second

Kelley Cirrito said...

Thanks for the freebie Amy! I totally agree with you about the working from home. There is just something calming about it. I am actually on Spring Break and I am currently still in my P.J.'s! :)

Christina said...

I completely agree! We had a staff development day and they closed our building at 3:30-- which I saw as an invitation to go shopping and then head home to finish the rest of my work! We are on SB in 3 weeks--I'm counting down!!!

Sarah said...

Thanks for the verb activities. We will totally be VERB-ing it up our last nine weeks when we get back from spring break, so they will be very helpful.
I liked what Kelley said and can totally relate with her last sentence. 100%!
Thanks again,
Squirrel-Bottom Diaries :o)

Jessica Heeren said...

Thanks for the free verb activities! They will be perfect for verb tense lessons next week! :)

Natalie said...

Oh my, love those little shapes monsters! Super cute!


Mechele said...

Thank you so much for the free activities! Love the new look!
Barrow's Hodgepodge

Tiggeriffic 2nd Graders said...

Love your verb anchor chart! I wish I could neat charts like that! I just lack that word form creativity! Love your new blog look!

Mrs. Cupcake said...

I LOVE that anchor chart!!
A Cupcake for the Teacher

Leslie said...

Thank you so much!

Mrs. Miller said...

I love your blog soo much! I love how you display incorporate artwork into your lessons and I like everything else you post as well! haha I discovered your blog several months ago, read from the beginning to present so I wouldn't miss any of your great ideas! I'm currently looking for my first teaching job, but I will be sure to purchase some of your TPT products when I find one! Thanks for all the cute ideas and inspiration! It is so fun to read the blogs rather than being depressed about not having a job yet, and I am bettering myself as a future teacher reading yours!

Amy said...

thanks so much for the freebie! It's awesome! :)

Leanne said...

Girl these look awesome! I love the shape monsters...gonna have to get your unit! Thanks so much for the adjectives freebie:) I know the feeling of walking in to school and realizing I forgot to prepare for something...hate when that happens! Hope you spring break was fabulous...I'm sad mine is over:(


Ms. Pretzel said...

This is AH-mazing!! Thank you Amy. I have some similar activities, but yours are much prettier than mine.

An admiring 2nd grade teacher

diditeach said...

Thanks so much Amy ! I love your anchor charts....they look better than anything I could ever buy, let alone make :)

Ms.M said...

Your fantastic. Thanks for sharing.

Ms. M

Tara said...

Thanks Amy!

I love the freebie! You are awesome and love your new layout... supercute!!!


Jill said...

Thanks for sharing!

My class had the first grade version of that Scholastic News issue and it WAS awesome! Did your class go crazy over the goats in trees page? Mine did! And we're learning vowel digraphs so that page's headline was PERFECT. :)

Marvelous Multiagers!

Taylor said...

I'm in love with your site! Everything on here is adorable. I'm in the process of making a career change from lawyer to teacher. I am on the hunt for a teacher job and I found your site while trying to put together a portfolio. Thanks for all of the great ideas! I'm following your site even though I'm not even a teacher (yet!). Any advice you have would be greatly appreciated!

TeacherChicks said...

Hello Amy! I just blogged about you and your free Verb Pack over at 3-6 Free Resources! I linked everything back to your site. Come check it out!

3-6 Free Resources

Thanks for the awesome resource!

3 Teacher Chicks

Laura Boriack said...

Great verb pack and anchor chart! Thanks for sharing. I'm your newest follower :)
Over the 1st Grade Rainbow

Mrs. McFarland said...

This is really random, but do you make your anchor charts with your students, or before the lesson?
They look so marvelous!