I am telling you that the options are endless with this apron. Above is a great way to work on chunks and word families!
I have a really low group and at the start of the year some didn’t know the difference between a letter, a word or a number. I can slip this child-sized apron onto a friend who get’s it and they can help the strugglers! Kids LOVE wearing these aprons! They feel so grown up.
This is the apron that I am wearing a lot right now. It’s a tutu !!!! I died and went to teacher heaven when I saw this! So, the cards inside… I want my 1st graders to figure out how to make the equation true by the time I am done taking attendance. It’s so easy to change out the cards AND you can stack the cards inside each pocket as well ! So I can have 5 equations ready to go inside the pockets. Just pull out the top cards and BAM! New equation revealed !
Here is another tutu apron, but this one is child sized! I can let a little princess assist me with lessons! In this lesson, the cards show verbs that we are going to add -ed to. Once we add -ed (making the word past tense) we say the word a few times and listen to see which ending sound the -ed makes. The card can go into the pocket behind the sound. The aprons are easy on off so you can change assistants easily. Did you notice that I wrote on the last 3 cards? Yep, you can laminate plain paper and use a dry erase marker!
So where do you get the cards and aprons? Why Teachers Pay Teachers of course! You will be heading to Sand’y store if you click the pink link above! I love her! We hang out at all the conferences and she even let me stay in her room when my flight home was cancelled! As you can see, in the photo below, I love this woman!
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