Kindergarten Common Core
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This packet has posters to display "I Can" statements for the Language ArtsCommon Core State Standards for Kindergarten. The "I Can" Statements are written in kid-friendly language, while still maintaining the rigor of the standard. The cards are illustrated to help students understand each standard. They are also color-coded by strand. The strand and standard are written in a small font on each poster to help you stay organized.
Kindergarten reading level - 0.5 Paid
Our fairy tale products have been our best sellers, so we decided to put them all in one place for you. This bundle is comprised of 3 bundles. Get 230 pages of literacy and math fun when you purchase this mega bundle. Activities are great for small group and centers.
$ Open House Cowboy/Western Themed Powerpoint Template with editable text and title slides...
Want to implement RtI graphs for your intervention groups but not sure how to get started? This item will help you document the progress of your students and help students track their own progress!
First Grade Wow! Divide into 2 groups & sit on either side of large work mat. Each team has to roll a die & count down from 20 that many spaces. Put markers on each number as they count down. Team that gets to finish line 1st wins. Great subtraction practice!
Numbers - Worksheets (Number lines, hundreds charts, and counting objects)
Give your students 28 pages of extra practice in small groups, centers, and at home. Sheets have number lines, hundreds charts, and objects!
Sight word flip books... use magazines and newspapers.
Students (1) look at the word, (2) write the word, (3) circle the word in a phrase or sentence and (4) cut and paste the letters in the correct order in the provided boxes. Students then write their own sentence using the focus word on the back of the page. Also included: Student Data Sheets (As you assess your students, mark the words they know on the Student Data Sheets.) Flash Cards (Copy a sheet for each student. Indicate the words they need to practice at home.)