Tuesday, 29 December 2015

Months of the Year Word Wall

Months of the Year bulletin board

Months of the Year Word Wall: I made this cute set of 12 printable month-word cards, 4 season-word cards and a large sentence strip which reads ‘The months of the year are:’. They can be used as calendar headers or be used as a stand alone word wall. Each page has three word cards and they are to be printed on 8.5” x 11” (letter) sized paper. What will you like most about it? - Each word card has two corresponding pictures on it which will help students who aren't reading yet. I mostly used Educlips clip art because they are so cute and show diversity. You can also turn it into a birthday wall with you students' names or pictures above them.

Months of the Year Word Cards

Months of the Year Months of the Year Word Wall
four seasons

the 4 seasons word cards

The months on the cards are: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, and December. The seasons on the cards are:  Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall, and Autumn (for teachers to have an alternate name for that season). This set is only available here as a PDF file at my TpT collection.

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