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This is a social story about asking for help. The story discusses when one may need to ask for help and how to do it. There is a page at the end for students to write in their ideas about when they may need help, strategies they can use and who may be able to help them, making this story and interactive experience.

Froggy’s Halloween: These 24 Halloween Language Arts task cards correspond with "Froggy's Halloween" by Jonathan London. On each Halloween card there is a reading comprehension question with four possible answers. Students are to write their answers on the provided response worksheet. An answer key is included for the teacher.

Halloween Math: Your students will love these printable Halloween Counting worksheets! They are a great way to practice counting, celebrate Halloween, and will save you time and money! In this product you will receive 8 printable worksheets. Each worksheet contains a set of Halloween themed black and white pictures with a direction of how many of the pictures to color. This product is perfect for Pre-K or Kindergarten students to practice reading numbers and counting.

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Here is a set of Read Write Draw worksheets which include short and vowel words. You will receive 14 worksheets which include 78 words in all. Just Print & Go!

Print and Go. Students will have fun reading, writing and stamping as they learn their sight words. Here is a set of eight worksheets which include 48 sight words in all.

This product includes 16 poems for the Fall to Winter time of year to use with various themes. Each 4-line poem includes the poem written on sentence strips for a pocket chart, in 1/4 pages to teach the poem with pictures, a key vocabulary word list, and a final page that can be projected or printed for students to color and keep for an end of the year book, repeated readings, or to use with parents and classroom volunteers.

Kindergarteners make clay pumpkins. Start with a small pinch pot. Place an all cotton cotton-ball or bit of tissue inside to help hold the shape. Pinch the pot closed. Form a stem. Texture!

FREE Color by Number! Check out the Disguise Your Turkey and Thankful Turkey Craftivity. Includes emergent reader, parent letters, awards, and more!

Write sight words on the flat part of the bubblewrap and when they read the word correctly, they got to pop the bubble! It was sight word recognition and an occupational therapy/finger strengthening activity. You could do letter recognition, number recognition, math facts, etc.

$2.49 This file includes seven different fluency frames. They can be copied onto thick tag board and then laminated. Students can then frame some text,...

Max's Halloween by Rosemary Wells is the focus of these 12 guided reading task cards. A response form is provided for students and an answer key is given for the teacher. A printable worksheet with text identical to the task cards is included for students who need an alternative format.