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Free roll-a-scarecrow printable page, 3 addends, grade one

FREEBIE! Click on the picture to download the owl glyph, writing and data analysis sheets.

Mrs Jump's class: It's Owl Right! Owl fun and Freebies!

#Math Games With Cards | Rachel K Tutoring Blog

Math Games With Cards - Rachel K Tutoring Blog

Students will love creating sentences with this fun activity. Students will roll the dice and come up with a word that many letters as the number o...

Roll a Super Fun Sentence

kid-friendly anchor charts

a year of many firsts: Meeting the Needs…

This fun game can be used to help children revise mental math facts, times tables and simple mathematical equations.

Math Games for Kids: Uno Flip | Childhood101

This is a three week inferring/drawing conclusions unit that covers the guidelines of what inferring is in reading. This 29 page unit includes minilessons, materials, posters, anchor charts, and graphic organizers. These inferring graphic organizers can be used with many texts. Students will infer unknown words, inferring situations, poems, comics, fiction and nonfiction text. $

Inferring or Drawing Conclusions Unit

Compound words activity using water bottle tops. I wrote each word part on a different water bottle top, using different colors (self check, must have 2 different colors). I store them in powdered drink mix containers with lid. Once students have matched the compound words, they write them in their reading journal using brace maps (live thinking maps!).

Templates for Guided Math

Templates for Guided Math

Learning Disabilities and Writing | Three common learning difficulties that can affect the writing process ....Follow for Free "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun stuff :)

Learning Disabilities and Writing | Part 1

Learn why apples turn brown and do a fun and educational experiment on ways to keep apples looking fresh. From Left Brain Craft Brain.

13 adorable puzzles to use for math centers or your small math groups. $

Christmas Number Puzzles

Visual I Can Statements for your first grade classroom. Each poster has an I Can statement and a picture display what that standard looks like. These are great to hang as posters to display that day or week's "I Can" statement, or you can print them smaller to add an "I Can" statement to student math and literacy centers to reflect the skill they are working on. They can also be displayed in a reading, writing, or math small group. Nobody can say you aren't teaching the standards! $

Visual "I Can" Statements for Common Core Standards- Bundle