These Build a Monster Center Activities can be set up as cookie sheet activities, a magnet center or completed as cut and glue activities. This activity includes: 1 background, 12 build a monster example cards, and a HUGE set of "build a monster" building pieces for creative building (all in color). In this activity, students work on visual discrimination skills, recognizing same and different, and replicating a model.
Here is a worksheet I use to assess writing uppercase and lowercase letters from a given model. For some of my students who need practice writing, I laminate a copy of this sheet and put it in their daily work binder. They use a dry erase marker to practice writing in the empty box. Then, my assistants wipe it clean at the end of the day and it is ready for use again the next day.
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This is a small sheet that I use with my kiddos whenever introducing a new story that we will be studying for a few days. The first day that introduce the story I always model a picture walk and think aloud. The kiddos then make predictions (on this document) based on what we saw and thought about the story. Then we fold them up and place them in a "Prediction Pail." After we read the story we quickly go through all of the predictions and see how close their thinking was to the actual story.