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Turn your student's favorite game into a classroom review game! Included are 5 boards with the characters from the game either helping or hurti...

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Turn your student's favorite game into a classroom review game! Included are 5 boards with the characters from the game either helping or hurti...

Turn your student's favorite game into a classroom review game! Included are 5 boards with the characters from the game either helping or hurti...

Build a hamburger -- Review game

Fun and Engaging Review SMART Board Games To Review For ANY Subject :) Your Students Will Love These!

FREE! Creativity in the Common Core Classroom: Game Boards for Review!

Just add dice, game pieces, and kindergarteners for loads of learning fun!! This packet includes everything else you need to get started with a game center in your kindergarten classroom!! There are 62 different game-boards that can be used throughout the year. There are game-boards for back to school, fall, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, winter, Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Easter, and spring!! There are also 55 PAGES of game cards that cover almost any kindergarten topic.

Great ideas to engage your students in the classroom!

School Rocks! a game to review classroom procedures

This set of classroom numbers includes

Students will have fun reviewing for your state's standardized tests, district tests, and classroom tests. The 72 pages include football, baseball, and tic-tac-toe game boards & specific directions for 12 tournaments.

Are you trying to help your students use strong vocabulary to describe feelings? This Feelings A-Z poster will help improve the quality of your student's responses whether they are discussing their own feelings, the feelings of characters in books they are reading, or feelings of characters in the stories they are writing. Posters can be hung on classroom walls, projected onto SMARTboard, displayed in writing centers, or used as individual word walls in students folders.