Free October Printable Worksheets and Lesson Plans For Teachers
is one of the most stressful, but fun months for teachers. Students
now know your expectations. Make sure to stay consistent and you
should not have any trouble. Here are a number of great worksheets
and lessons for you:
asked Worksheet Library
to contribute some of their membership materials to our newsletter.
Boy did they ever come through! They have some really great stuff!
Printable puzzles, labels, worksheets, and organizers for us this
Worksheets Center is a full fledged K-12 math resource for teachers
and students. We asked them if they could provide us with a unit on
multiplication. Since we had so many requests. They sent us a times
table unit to share with you. We think you will definitely enjoy it!
really has a great number of fun worksheets for students of all ages.
This month we focus on the recycling worksheets that they have on
their site. You will find just over
recycling printables here.
are considered to be the traditional birthstone for October.
The flower for the month of October is the calendula.
Libra and Scorpio are the astrological signs for October.
Columbus Day is on October 12th. Well known October folk
lore... "Rain in October means wind in December."
"If the October moon comes without frost, expect
no frost till the moon of November."
Phases and Behavior
a few key phrases that you can use all year to help students
with their behavior. They will begin to use the phrases
with each other and at home as they see the behavior that
triggers the response from you. Some examples include,
"Are you listening to his words? He asked you to stop,"
and "You need to worry about you and he will worry about