I haven’t done a showcase in a while! I’m so excited to bring you ideas, activities, and freebies for the entire month of September for primary teachers! This will be a little showcase of all the products I LOVE using in a primary classroom during the month of September. They will span ELA, Writing, Math, Social Studies, and Science! Plus, there are freebies included in this primary September resources showcase, too!!
(Link: September Intervention)
(Link: Fall Close Reading)
**My September early literacy activity pack brings you 12 different activities to help struggling students. The 12 intervention activities range from syllables to creating simple comprehension. Please make sure to look at the preview before buying to make sure it will meet the needs of your primary students who need extra practice.
**My fall close reading pack comes with 14 weeks of fall Close Reading. Each week has four days of activities. There is a mini introduction to Close Reading at the beginning of the product, plus three general graphic organizers in case you want to supplement Asking Questions, Main Idea/Detail, and Fact-Finding.
(Link: Fall Readers Theater)
**My Fall Readers Theater product includes 12 stories for Reader’s Theater. Reader’s Theater is a wonderful way for students to practice fluency and expression. It is always a great team-building activity for partners or groups of three!
**There are ten fall topics in my fall passages pack. The ten fall topics are fall season, football, scarecrows, apples, leaves, community helpers, fire safety, pumpkins, bats, and turkeys!
More Primary September Resources
(Link: Fall Differentiated Mini Books)
(Link: Fall Interactive Writing)
**My fall leveled reader mini books come with three levels of reading for kindergarten, first, or second grade readers. Each leveled reader has questions for that book that are also leveled.
**My Fall Writing product is a fun interactive writing product that involves real photographs and narrative writing. Students will cut and paste their own sequence, then write about it. They will cut and paste the beginning, middle, and ending pictures, write about the beginning, middle, and end for a pre-write, then expand with their writing.
(Link: August/September Paired Passages)
**This product comes with five paired sets, which are ten passages. Each set comes with a nonfiction story and a fiction story, plus questions and comprehension work for both. There are also two sheets that work on comparing fiction and nonfiction stories. This packet is for August and September themes!
Here are six of my favorite September books to read aloud to my elementary students. There is a mixture of nonfiction and fiction books! Here are affiliate links to these books on Amazon if you want to shop and stock up!
Johnny Appleseed by Jodie Shepherd
Amelia Bedelia’s First Apple Pie by Herman Parish
Under the Apple Tree by Steve Metzger
How Do Apples Grow? by Betsy Maestro
Apples and How They Grow by Laura Driscoll
Apples by Gail Gibbons
(Link: September On the Go)
(Link: September Interactive Notebook)
**In my on the go September packet, you’ll find 40 printables for quick and easy teaching. These 40 fall sheets revolve around September themes (apples and community helpers).
**An Interactive September is a way to make your month more engaging, hands-on, and exciting! There are ELA and Math interactive activities that the students will cut, glue, and color. These interactive notebook activities are used in a notebook, so you’ll need spiral-bound notebooks, composition notebooks, or a 3-ring binder with loose-leaf paper.
Science & Social Studies Resources:
(Link: Fall Life Cycles Unit)
(Link: Fall Life Cycles Flip Book)
**My Fall Life Cycles Activities Pack is for on-the-go teachers. There are passages, cut and paste pages, labeling pages, writing pages, vocabulary pages, and Fold and Go readers. It covers apples for September and pumpkins for October.
**This Fall Life Cycles activity includes a mini flip book plus a craft topper for decorations. This is perfect for a quick introduction, quick review, or just interactive learning all about pumpkin and apple life cycles. All while having interactive fun and creating a great wall display for the kids and school to see.
(Link: Community Helpers Unit)
(Link: Community Helper Flip Book)
**In my Labor Day pack, you will find community helper interactive, matching, writing, and adjective activities to teach the week before or after Labor Day (or simply use during your community helpers unit)!
**This Community Helpers activity includes a mini flip book plus a craft topper for decorations. This is perfect for learning about Community Helpers while being engaged and making a fantastic wall display for the kids and school to see.
(Link: Johnny Appleseed Flip Book)
(Link: Apple Flip Book)
**The Apples and Johnny Appleseed flip book activities includes a mini flip book plus a craft topper for decorations. This is ideal for learning about apples and the apple life cycle while having interactive enjoyment and making a cute wall display for the kids and school to see.
(Link: Labor Day Flip Book)
(Link: Fall Flip Book)
**My Labor Day flip book activity and Fall season flip book activity include a mini flip book plus a craft topper for decorations. This is excellent for learning about Labor Day and fall while having interactive fun and creating an adorable wall display for the kids and school to see.
Primary September FREEBIES
If you sign up for my email list, you’ll get THREE freebies sent right to your email box. These three September freebies come from my Fall Life Cycle Science Unit, my September On-the-Go, and my Differentiated Reading Passages for fall. It will prompt you to sign up for the 3 of them separately, but this is simply so you get the opportunity to download all 3 freebies.
In this freebie you will get two sample pages from my Life Cycles pack. Grab that freebie HERE.
You’re getting three pages of ELA and math practice pages for the month of September. Grab that freebie HERE.
You are getting three levels of “Apples”, which is a nonfiction text in my Fall Differentiated Passages pack. Grab that freebie HERE.
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