Classroom Resources. All About Me. Writing Prompt.

Personal Narrative:

Have students write a paragraph that tells about a right time they helped a friend or member of the family.

Activities

Grades K–2: Art/Language Arts
Personal Outline

The students’ bodies on long lengths of paper with the help of older students or adults, trace. Then have the students decorate the shapes with the addition of facial details and clothing. Students may use markers that are colored, if available, real bits of fabric. Have the learning students dictate or write stories about themselves to accompany their silhouettes. Students can also label body parts.

Grades K–1: Social Studies
In your area Where I Live

Students will enjoy identifying specific characteristics of these own neighborhoods and sharing the information and knowledge with regards to classmates.

Grades K–2: Language Arts

Have each student put together a “me” bag including toys that are favorite other personal objects (sports item, trophy, doll, book, and thus forth) that have special importance. Then have a “me” presentation day by which students show and talk about the importance of those items with classmates.

Grades K–2: Language Arts
Self-Portrait

Show students a number of famous self-portraits. Then have students study themselves in a mirror and produce their own self-portraits. Each student can dictate or write important facts on his / her picture.

Grades K–2: Language Arts/Art
A Story of the Own

As students grow about themselves and the people around them up they learn more. Ask them to create their very own personal books. You might want to maintain the books in a classroom library for students to learn.

Grades K–2: Science
Fingerprints

Have a class discussion on individual physical differences, such as for example hair and eye color, height, and right- and left-handedness. Explain that while some people may have certain characteristics in keeping, everyone has a set that is unique of. Make fingerprints of some or all of your students, using a stamp pad (the washable type) and paper. Have the learning students examine the fingerprints closely to see how these are typically different. Provide magnifying glasses if possible.

Grades K–2: Social Studies
Role Drawings

Students will build up a far better appreciation associated with the roles they fill in their own families and community by showing some of the different factors of their lives. Have the students draw pictures to fairly share with classmates.

Grades K–2: Art
Us to a Tee

Have the students use their artistic skills to create Me-shirts that express something important about themselves.

Grades K–2: Social Studies/Mathematics
Capsule Bio

Have the learning students record and graph information regarding themselves and also the class to be contained in a period capsule. At the end of the have the students open the capsule to see how they have changed year.

Grades K–2: Art
Me in Pictures

Students could have fun making collages that are personal things they consider important.

Grades K–2: Art/Social Studies
Classroom “Squares”

Have students share special events from their lives with their classmates by making a classroom quilt.

Grades K–2: Language Arts

The “stars” and role models in your students’ lives tend to be their friends that are personal family relations, teachers, and classmates. Have the students compliment these special people by collecting their autographs.

Grades 1–2: Science
Measuring Up

Give the students a duration of string, yarn, or rope to gauge the length, width, and circumference of different parts of the body. Challenge the students to get similarities and variations in the measurements they make.

Grades useful site 1–2: Art/Social Studies
Personal Dates

With the help of an adult student, friend, or member of the family, have the students create personal calendars of special dates associated with the special people in their lives.

Grades 1–2: Social Studies/Art
Collect Them All!

Most of the players that are big-league them. Your students can, too. Have the students create personalized trading cards to keep or share with their friends.

Grades 1–2: Social Studies
Birthday Pages

Have your students create pictures to celebrate themselves and their birthdays.

Grades 1–2: Social Studies
A Year of Virtues

Have your students create a calendar illustrating character that is positive.

Grades 1–4: Language Arts
Happy to Meet You!

Have students get acquainted with their new classmates and then write acrostic poems about their new friends.

Grade 2: Language Arts
“Me” Word Finds

Have students find “All About Me” words hidden in a puzzle.

  • Exactly about Me (PDF file)
  • http://www.eduplace.com/monthlytheme/september/pdf/allaboutme_wf.pdf
  • All About Me Answer Key (PDF file)
  • http://www.eduplace.com/monthlytheme/september/pdf/allaboutme_wf_key.pdf
Grade 2: Language Arts
Words Within a Word

Have students observe how many words they are able to get in the phrase “myself” (“my,” “self,” “me,” “fly,” “yes,” “elf,” “elm,” “elms”).

Grade 2: Social Studies
A Personal Welcome!

Place your students to focus as a team. Have them create a “welcome book” to help new students feel at ease and to express personal views of these school and themselves.

Grade 2: Social Studies/Math
Similar and various

Have students explore the ways in which these are generally similar and various from each other.