Your students will love this spring-themed sight word game! This is a perfect addition to a sight word literacy center.
Directions: Students take turns picking a card. If they can read the card they keep it in their pile. If a student pulls a “Hippity Hop” card they must put all of their collected cards back into the original pile or basket and start collecting again! The student with the most cards at the end of the game wins!
This game includes all words from the First Grade Dolch word list.
Like this game? Check out this similar game that includes words from the Primer, Grade One, and Grade Two lists. SPLAT! A Sight Word Game
This doodle book comes with a special cover so teachers can give it as a Spring or Easter gift to students.
Spring doodles are also great for art teachers and homeschool classrooms.
Using this Spring Doodle Book in your classroom will benefit your students in the following ways:
• The very detailed handouts will provide your students with engaging doodles to color. • While students are staying engaged, behavior will be less of a problem...you know how it gets...close to the holidays. • Improve hand / eye coordination while having fun at the same time.
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The package contains:
1. Card with music signs and notes.
2. Doodling fun with explanations such as whole note is equal to two half notes. The idea is that while a child doodles he or she will learn as well.
3. Rhythm cards
4. Blank cards
5. Two posters - I love music.
Composting, Water Saving Champion, Eco-Fairy., Earth Day school. Grow your Own Furniture.
Fun and Engaging activities that help children to think about ways to reuse, reduce waste, recycle and take care of our Earth.
Love and Awe are great motivators for change and that is the main focus in these activities.
This package can be used for Earth Day but also throughout the year.
The package contains: • Love Earth - Things I Love about Mother Earth • What is fantastic about Trees? • Hearts in nature – cut out and glue from magazines • Who do we share Earth with? What is important when sharing? • Seeing the world from different perspectives • Asking questions about Earth and looking for answers • Story Writing – alien landing on Earth. • I am in awe of. . . • How to become a Water Savings Champion? • The value of things. How to measure? • Earth poem • Earth day poem • Earth day every day – What can we do every day of the week? • Greenilicious Eco Words - dictionary where you can invent your own words and make a drawing. • Sparkling Eco dictionaries – make your own. Explain words and make a drawing. • Composting life cycle • Where does your food come from? • My breakfast, lunch and dinner log • Write a song, rap or poem that celebrates these great animals that help with composting. • Earth Day School • Earth Day in the City. • Shape poem • Take Care of the Earth t-shirt! How to recycle • Doodling t-shirt • A tree planting day adventure – Story writing and planning • Cool ways to persuade someone to reduce, reuse, and recycle. • The 3 R’s - Reduce, Reuse and Recycle - small poster • The 3 R’s - Reduce, Reuse and Recycle – things you can do • Things you can recycle • What if I could recycle • Invent a recycle machine or robot • What if there was No Waste – What do different characters think? • No waste - explore the concept • Eco-fairy – What could the fairy do? • Eco-fairy - story writing • Vision of the future – bright and less bright. • Design Challenges! Eco-friendly toy, grow your own furniture. • Save the Earth from. . . cards • What if . . . cards • 3 posters – Reduce, Reuse and Recycle • 2 posters one black and white - 6 Great ideas to take care of the Earth.
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FREEBIE Spring Seasonal Math Printables Color By The Code Puzzles
~ 2 FREE Easter Bunny Color By The Code Puzzles To Practice Addition & Subtraction
~Puzzles Are Aligned To The CCSS. Each Page Has The Specific CCSS Listed.~
Are you interested in getting ALL of the “Color-By-The-Code” Math Puzzles in my store?
By popular demand, I have put every one of my math puzzles together for one purchase! This bundle option also gives you lifetime access of every new math puzzle I create with nothing more to buy ever!!
They can be used in a variety of ways, for literacy centers, early finishers, homework, RTI, EFL, and more and more.
You can even make them into a booklet. Here's how. I use these with lot of my kids as well as with my daughter. Here she is doing the apple-themed pages.
I use these with lots of my kids as well as with my daughter. Here she is doing the apple-themed pages.
I first made such pages for St Patrick's Day. Then somewhere in June I just changed some graphics and turned some of them into summer pages. I was sure they were going to "catch" me and refuse to do them but to my surprise, though they recognized the format, they were really happy to do it again because of the different graphics. Then in the Fall, after making some apple ones, I found out that not only they enjoy the fact that they look similar, but it saves a lot of instruction time.
Now I have a variety of letter for different holidays and I started to turning them into sets. Hopefully I'll have the whole year soon :)
Here’s a freebie that I hope you can use for Easter. Each year, I always make Resurrection Eggs – either with my own children (especially when they were younger), a Sunday School class, AWANA group, etc.
To Make Homemade Resurrection Eggs-save and wash one half dozen egg carton for each child; write numbers 1-6 inside each egg cup; write corresponding numbers on plastic Easter eggs; put the following items in each and use to tell the Easter story:
#1 leaf (When Jesus entered Jerusalem, people waved palm leaves.) #2 Cheerio (Jesus ate the “Last Supper” with his friends.) #3 purple cloth (A purple robe was mockingly put on Jesus.) #4 nail (Jesus was nailed to the cross & took the punishment for our sins.) #5 cotton ball sprayed with perfume (Spices were used to prepare His body for burial.) #6 leave empty (Jesus was not in the tomb, He arose.)
This resource includes the cover for the egg cartons. Print, cut and glue on top of each half carton.
Also included…the paper tags that you cut and place inside each egg. I would probably just use these with older kids. I think I’d just use the items only with little ones and just send home the entire sheet in tact for parents to refer to.
Finally, I included an excerpt from my A to Z Toddler and Preschool Curriculum. It’s a complete Easter lesson plan for preschoolers.
One more thing! I included pictures and directions for making my children’s favorite Easter dessert – Resurrection Rolls!!!
Grades: Kindergarten - 4th Grade All subjects, Critical Thinking
The power of curiosity should not be underestimated. A curious child is eager to learn and explore the world.
Print the poster as it is at its current size, or blow it up to a larger
size. Let your students fill in their ideas about what they are curious
about. A perfect way to introduce a new theme. When the posters are
complete, let them share their ideas and suggestions with their
These aren’t your everyday, ordinary math problems! These math stories were created to really get your kids thinking. Students will be guided through solving each problem with cut-and-paste manipulatives and traceable charts. You can use the problems with your whole class or in small groups.
Each problem includes: *reproducible student pages with the problem and a chart *student manipulatives to color, cut and paste while solving the problem *color manipulatives to use on a class chart or in a center