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Put any famous people's pictures in the Guess Who game and it's a great study tool for kids! (I don't usually pin school stuff, but this is hella awesome.)

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Math fact cards for addition/subtraction and multiplication and division. Besides the ability for students to practice independently, the site also has games. In addition there is a template for a "case" for the cards. Going to print off a class set!

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Worksheets for articulation

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Counting by 5's lesson ideas.

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things that make me mad/happy/sad...

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Number Sentence Scoot - Practice Fact Fluency

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Addition and Subtraction games

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Vocab Game

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This is a super fun game for reinforcing sight words. The kids will have fun reading the word cards and calling out, "There's a fly in my soup!" when they get a fly card. Includes soup bowl playing mats, word and fly cards, and two different recording sheets. This game is also included in my Popcorn Words set 4 resource. by Deanna Jump $3.00

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addition

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Word Family Cans - This center will need small Pringles cans for every word family. Cover the cans with contact paper and write the word family on the outside. In each can, put the ending rime written on paper and letter tiles that can be the onset in that word family. I use blank one inch tiles and I write the letters on them with a Sharpie marker. The children take a can and write all of the words in that word family that they can build with the tiles.

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