A to Z Teacher Stuff ~ Teacher Resources, Lesson Plans, Themes, Tips, Printables, and more

-- Attendance/Lunch
-- Back-to-School
-- Bathroom Procedures
-- Bulletin Boards
-- Classroom Decor
-- Classroom Jobs
-- Displaying Student Work
-- Grade Card Comments
-- Guided Reading
-- Homework
-- Job Interviews
-- Learning Centers
-- Managing Behavior
-- Managing Papers
-- Miscellaneous
-- Morning Work
-- Motivation
-- Organization
-- Parent Involvement
-- Sponge Activities
-- Student Teaching
-- Substitute Teaching
-- Teaching Strategies




Alphabetize Your Book Titles
Grade Level(s): K, 1-2, 3-5
Submitted by: Patty J., Preschool-1st

Over the summer at garage sales I look for little baskets, crates, organizers. As my class learns the letters of the alphabet, in class we create a basket for that letter (A-Z) and make a big label for it. Then they hunt and find titles of our books to "live" there for the year. It teaches many skills as the kids love to "spy" the books. Example: "Corduroy" would go in the "C" basket.



Search Now:
In Association with Amazon.com
Copyright © 1997-2018 A to Z Teacher Stuff, L.L.C.  All Rights Reserved.
Use of this site signifies your agreement to the terms of use.
Send questions, comments, and suggestions to webmaster@atozteacherstuff.com
For advertising informaton: Advertise