It’s Morning. Wake Up! and a FREEBIE!
Wow! So many of you teachers are already back to work! I’m happy I’ve still got time, but I have a feeling next May, I won’t be saying the same thing. 🙂
That being said… I have been working. But within the peace and quiet that is not 30 kiddos. It’s been a quite productive summer so far.
Recently, I’ve been working on our Morning Wake Up so I can share it with you all.
My team and I have always called it Morning Wake Up. Some people refer to it as morning work, or bell work or even seat work. All fabulous names – but it’s one of those things that just sounds off to me unless it is called what I’ve always called it for the past gobzillion years.
We’ve used this material for as long as I can remember. But I haven’t been able to share it with you all because I had graphics from all over the place in it. I decided this summer I would fix that whole graphics problem and make it available to you.
work or MORNING WAKE UP, it is important to get your little rascals’ brains
engaged as soon as your day begins.
in both ELA and MATH within the prior days and weeks allows for a depth of
understanding and mastery of skills. Direct and prior instruction in
imperative. Practice with repetition helps cement that new learning.
students an opportunity to review and practice common core aligned first grade skills. Every section on each page is noted with its key common core
standard. While spiral in nature, MORNING WAKE UP builds in difficulty with
each page. It also includes a scope and sequence section in the teacher’s guide.