Sunday, March 1, 2015

March Morning Messages!

It's time for a new month of morning messages! :)
Here are a few screenshots from this month's messages:


 I realize many schools have Spring Break in March.  However, I went ahead and included 32 messages so you can pick and choose which ones to use this month.  As always, I've included a few messages that correlate with seasonal books.  This month I have messages for:

 Check out the description on TpT to see the list of 30+ skills covered this month.  The themes include: Read Across America (You-Know-Who's Birthday), St. Patrick's Day, Spring, Insects, etc.

Like with previous months I've included 2 greetings for each message as well as a color and black and white copy for each.  You download a zip file with all 4 documents inside the folder.

You probably know by now that I'm in the process of creating Meaningful Morning Messages for each month of the year.  I use an old overhead projector to project the messages on to my white board so that my students can write directly on the board each morning.  It's easy for me....I just pick a transparency and place it on the projector...and it is easy for my kids to write on and wipe off.  Do you have to use an overhead?  Absolutely not! I do because it works for me in my classroom space.  You could also project them on a Smartboard, with a document camera, print and laminate them, etc.  I love making these messages even more interactive by including manipulatives as well like in the picture.  For this message (found in January's pack), one student filled in the 10 frame on the board while the rest of my students followed along with ten frame boards and magnets.  Fun for all.  :)

March's will be on SALE through Monday, March 2nd.  Click {here}

Happy March!

1 comment:

  1. You have shared very nice messages dear. Can you share me idea how can these messages will be helpful for learning new things to my 3 year old kid, who just have started going to Phoenix kindergarten. I am trying in every way to make him understand things easily.

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