Poor Dads. Over the years of teaching, sometimes I had time for a Father's Day activity and sometimes I didn't. I feel so bad about that...now that I have my own children. I hope to always make time for dads too! I have a craftivity coming to you next week for Father's Day, something hopefully you can squeeze in before school is out but for today I thought I'd share a printable for one activity I've done over the years.
I start out reading The Important Book by Margaret Wise Brown.
I love this book because it can be used for so many subjects and holidays. It really challenges the students to think of what is most important about a topic. The first and last sentence always tell what is most important and is exactly the same. Then I have the students answer these prompts in this printable (which you can get free). It is so much fun to hear their responses. Simple. I usually glue to construction paper, laminate, and voila. The craftivity I have for next week is similar in prompts but a little more creative and therefore time consuming :) Check back next week for more details!
Have a great week!