Lesson Plan Source Offers a Printable Fire Book for Teachers
Lesson Plan Source, an online resource that offers fun and functional resources to both teachers and students, has released a Printable Fire Book for teachers. This is a six-page book for young ones, particularly those in preschool, pre-kindergarten, or kindergarten levels, who love to read about firetrucks. This is a printable book made up of a title page and common items related to fire, presented as words and pictures. The last page has an area where the young firefighters can write their names. Various versions are made available, which are: My Fire Book Male, My Fire Book Male (Traceable), My Fire Book Female, and My Fire Book Female (Traceable).
A spokesperson for Lesson Plan Source explains, “There is a copy for male and female (depending on whether the student is a fireman or firewoman) as well as copies that allow for the tracing of each of the words. To form the books, simply print, cut along the dashed lines to separate the pages, place them in order with title page first, and then staple 1-3 times along the left side of the book. Use this little book as part of your fire theme, during fire prevention week, or in the hot days of summer.”
Lesson Plan Source was established by Deanna, who is a certified educator and has a Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences, a Post-Baccalaureate in Elementary Education, and a Master’s degree in Special Education (Prek-8). The resources provided are for various grade levels, including preschool, pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, and third grade. They deal with various subjects, including art, mathematics, music, physical education, reading, science, social studies, and technology.
Lesson Plan Sources offers several online resources. These include what is an insect, weather conditions, story map graphic organizers, what gets a capital letter, life cycle of an ant, printable fire books, name tags for classroom desks, alphabet letters, color recognition worksheet, alphabetical order holidays, Thanksgiving writing prompts, Thanksgiving color-by-number worksheets, Thanksgiving coloring pages, Halloween writing pater, fall word match, fall writing paper, corn is maize lesson plan, giant ear of corn craft (+ lesson), my tree observation, apple tree through the seasons, five little speckled frogs activities, fall word study, winter compound word sort, we’re going on a leaf hunt follow-up activities, fall color wheel, autumn leaf banner, and autumn is… fall activity.
Other topics for online resources available at Lesson Plan Source include the autumn leaf word sort; A Color of His Own, by Leo Lionni follow-up activities; Today Is Monday, by Eric Carle sequencing activity, acrostic poem – seasons; Valentine’s Day worksheets and activities; calendar templates; Happy Birthday, Moon, by Frank Asch word search; alphabetical order – seasons; Happy Birthday, Moon, by Frank Asch reading comprehension worksheet, The Lonely Scarecrow, by Tim Preston and Maggie Keen word sort; The Lonely Scarecrow, by Tim Preston and Maggie Keen writing prompts; The Lonely Scarecrow, by Tim Preston and Maggie Keen reading comprehension worksheet; compare and contrast the seasons; fall crossword puzzles, and five senses lesson plans.
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The various lesson plan resources are also divided into the various levels, such as for pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, and third grade. Those who are interested in the printable fire book and other resources for elementary teachers may want to check out the Lesson Plan Source website.
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