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Second Grade Book Report Template | Book Report Form Grades 3+

Second Grade Book Report Template | Book Report Form for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade students | school stuff

Freebie* First Grade- Providing your students with a meaningful task will be a snap with this daily morning work. Take attendance, speak with a parent...your students will have a routine and know that learning begins as soon as they walk in the door.

Track reading by coloring in a number to match the date for each day that student reads for 20 minutes. Printable for each month of the school year from Book It. Link goes directly to PDF.

Squishing sight words - what a fun way to learn

Newspaper generator. Very cool -- type in your story, and the website makes it look like a newspaper article.

PARAGRAPH WRITING~ Great visual strategy for teaching paragraphs using a stoplight system. Students can easily see the structure of a paragraph this way.

Go on a color hunt with your toddler

Teach your child his/her phone number with this free printable

Created by doctors from Harvard Medical School, Express Focus is a computer program that uses games to improve focus, attention, and concentration in kids with ADHD ages 4 to17.

I used this in my classroom this week and the kids loved it!!! Classroom Manners - Can You Teach My Alligator Manners? - Disney Junior Official

Calendar journal for primary ages // We printed this and then laminated it so we can use it every day!

Make 10 hidden picture puzzle for 1st grade. Free

Free Printable Homeschool Planner--Awesome resource with daily, weekly, & quarterly planning pages! #homeschool #planner

Teaching how to tell time

Tips for Teaching /f/ and /v/ by Let's Grow Speech

The Maloney Method - for help with teaching reading for ADHD

"My students love this song. It is so effective for reinforcing the silent e rule. I made pictures and word cards and a sparkly e manipulative for every word pair in the song. They love to watch this over and over!"