July Teacher Resources
The fourth day of July is a special day in the United States. Write what you think independence means.
Bonus! A 16 Page Teacher Resource Guide with Classroom Ideas & Reproducible Worksheets for July!
WORKSHEET & Sample PDF Activity
Sample PDF Activity
Reproducible Patterns – July Patterns
These patterns can be used for so many activities! They make great bulletin board art and can be increased or decreased in size on your handy copy machine.
Copy them onto transparency film for use on your overhead projector. Project the patterns onto white paper and trace right onto the paper for murals and bulletin board art.
This is a great idea for students who are uncertain about drawing freehand and will give them lots of confidence. Designs can be copied on paper, tag, or poster board. Our versatile patterns are a reflection of the holidays and events celebrated in July. Have students copy some of the patterns on tag and cut them out. Place them at your “I’m Done! What’s Next?” center so students can use them with the cards and with other projects. Laminate, laminate, laminate! Patterns will last a long time if you use the teacher’s friend, the laminating machine.
More Reproducible Patterns for July
PLR1007 Up to Grade 5 – July © Practice & LearnRight Publications – ISBN 1-58166-031-6