I cannot believe it is already February.
Where has the time gone by?
I can hardly wait to start celebrating with my students.
For primary students, I usually start the day with a Valentine’s Day Literacy and Sentence Formation for Special Occasions before recess. After recess, we work on Special Occasions Writing Prompts for Primary Students and Winter Picture Writing Prompts & Templates. We then visit our New Year’s Resolution to gauge our progress.
For intermediate or secondary school students, I start the day off with looking at the progress of New Year’s Resolution. We then spend the day working on Special Occasions Writing Prompts for Intermediate Students and Winter Picture Writing Prompts & Templates.
For primary, intermediate and secondary school students, I really enjoy ending the day with have a mini party. At this party, we make cards for
Valentine’s Day Cards. Students make cards for their relatives and friends. After we hand them out, we enjoy eating treats and watching a Valentine’s Day movie.
I really enjoy this method because children spend the day practicing their literacy and art skills in a variety of engaging ways. If you want to take this a step further, have your students share some of their work with the class. In this way, you can have them practicing not only their speaking skills, but also their presentation skills and audience behavior.
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Thank you and may you, your family and your class have a wonderful Valentine’s Day!
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