Inspired by the lovely and talented Jean over at The Artful Parent, I'm sharing another Eric Carle language extension I made long ago. Using the book Today is Monday, I reproduced the types of food eaten in the story. (I cut mine out using colored construction paper but you could make color copies of the illustrations and reduce their size) Next laminate so they will hold up with repeated use. Provide days of the week cards for the children to match the food choices with. (*MM's notes…
Happy Monday Everyone! Wishing you a fantastic week! 💪🙂🙏🌈☀️🌻🌅🌺💕 ❤️ Today, take the time to appreciate who you are and to look at how far you have come! 🥰🙏🌺💕 🌺 Today's Quote "Treat others as you would like to be treated!"🙏🙏🙏🙏🥰🥰 #happymondayeveryone #newweeknewgoals #mindsetmatters #July2021 #fantasticday #lilytranathomeinjacksonville #morningaffirmations #makesomeonesmiletoday #blessedandthankful #awesomeday
This is a worksheet I created for my pre-A1 and A1 students. It covers the usage of yesterday was, today is and tomorrow will be. It can easily be added whilst teaching the days of the week. Have fun! - ESL worksheets
http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Today-Is-Monday-Days-of-the-Week-Chart-829823 Inspired by Eric Carle’s Today Is Monday, this bulletin board chart is a great extension to Morning Meeting calendar activities. All the pieces and easy-to-follow directions are included to have this chart hanging in your classroom in no time!