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Visual Directions {Freebie} I really love the idea of using visual instructions for students. This way if they missed a step or didn't understand what I said they could have a visual of the process for the activity we're doing. This would be a great way to help students who are visual learners as well as ELL students. -Lindsey Rick 2-14-13

Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten: Visual Directions {Freebie}

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Practice with sequencing will help meet this common core standard (CCSS) for Kindergarten: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.K.3 Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to narrate a single event or several loosely linked events, tell about the events in the order in which they occurred, and provide a reaction to what happened.

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Free: David Goes To School: Handwriting Paper. Based on the story character by David Shannon. For Educational Purposes Only....Not For Profit. Enjoy! Regina Davis aka Queen Chaos at Fairy Tales And Fiction By 2.

Fairy Tales And Fiction By 2

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The Primary Techie: Family Response Journals with a FREEBIE

The Primary Techie: Family Response Journals with a FREEBIE

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Leveled Text Bookmark Chart, good idea to have this for uncategorized books. 0358.

Classroom Library Company | Custom Label Tools

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Name Game Freebie - Pocket Chart Cards for name game! This would be good at the beginning of the year to learn names and letter recognition. Maybe leader of the day?

Ketchen's Kindergarten: Hey! That's my name!

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Great idea for first days, site also includes retell & comprehension activity

Teacher Laura: September 2012

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preschool letter worksheets do a dot printables a-z

Preschool Letter Worksheets: Do a Dot Printables for A-Z

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FREEBIES! Literacy Centers Part Three Big Book Station and ABC center! I have a variety of tools for them to use at this center: Wikki sticks, Post it notes (for covering up words and writing new ones, making lists, etc;), word frames, word slappers (mini flyswatters), Highlighting tape for finding letters, words and word chunks, clipboards and paper and a variety of pointers for them to read with.