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Octopus Counting Craft - Who doesn't love a craft that is cute but also educational? This octopus is sure to give you that. This craft is appropriate for ages 3 and up, with younger children needing help from an adult. Have fun creating this under the sea creature and learning numbers and counting.

Octopus Counting Craft

Your kindergarten students will learn their words in no time as they read, write, clap, color, trace, spell, find and tell! This set contains all of the high-frequency words (sight words) from the 2014 Journeys Common Core reading series. Set for Dolch words coming soon!

Why we have rules. Short video to intro rules lesson

Sight Word Practice with a Slap! . Activities for Kids: Adventures In Learning . PBS Parents | PBS

Reading At Home - Tips For Parents

All Students Can Shine: Reading At Home - Tips For Parents

Stretch a Sentence for spelling sentences and adjectives lesson

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I got an X-ray at school today! Our show and tell letter "X" became a lesson on bones. On black paper trace the child's arm and hand with a white crayon. Use Q-tips on Elmer's glue for the bones.

Fun in First Grade: Building Reading Fluency you could win a whole year of fluency passages!

I love doing about me bags. I had to do one for speech in high school. Students take a brown paper bag and fill it with objects that go along with facts about themselves. I would also have the students decorate the outside and then present it to the teacher and the rest of their classmates. This is great for the first week of school.

Reluctant Readers- A note to send home to parents

A website dedicated to science experiments using candy.

Freebies...2 Math (addition number stories and telling time) and 2 language (syllables and punctuation)

FREEBIES in the PREVIEW!!! This packet if full of SNOW MUCH STUFF!!!! January Writing Activities for 1st~ 2nd Grade :o) Writing themes include: Winter break, winter, snow, Arctic, polar bears, Antarctic, and Penguins! CHECK IT OUT! :o)

Number of the Day - Great for place value & number sense!