Each student comes up and picks a stick out of my hand; they have to place the word in the right cup. Then, after all sticks have been sorted, students can choose one stick from each cup and create a sentence using all three words. A great informal assessment!

parts of speech word sort {language arts}--Kids each come up and pick a stick out of my hand and they would have to place it in the right cup! If there’s extra time, they can use the word in a sentence

Book Reviews with a difference! Kids design a T-shirt to represent their book and then have to pitch the book to their classmates without giving away the ending.

An fun alternative to the traditional book report. The teacher provides each student with a white t-shirt. Kids design the T-shirt to represent their book and then have to pitch the book to their classmates without giving away the ending.

Life Over C's: Free Dough Mats for Counting to 10

Play dough number mats for numbers These adorable number mats are great for fine motor skills! Kids use ten-frames, counting and learn numerals and number words with these simple play dough mats.

Go way beyond the typical book report with these 20 great ways to get kids to interact with text...good for any grade!

This engaging way of doing book reports goes beyond simply writing and allows for more critical thinking. CREATIVE BOOK REPORTS: Go way beyond the typical book report with these 20 great ways to get kids to interact with text.good for any grade!

Read "Snowmen at Night". Do the project and have the students write about what they would do if they were a snowman at night.

After reading "Snowmen at Night" - make tear art snowmen and write "If I were a snowman at night, I would." Already do this, but like the tear art snowmen

Find the Letter & Swat It! Active Way for Learning Letters! Could do this with sight words too!

Find the Letter & Swat It! Active Way for Learning Letters!

Have fun with letter learning with a simple and fun letter swat! Have toddlers find the letter and give it a big swat! Take turns!

Lego comparisons and equivalency! This is such a great manipulative for teacher greater than, less than, and equal to!

Playful learning with Lego math games. What a simple and fun way to learn math concepts. I know I will use this in math centers or small groups! Buying legos this summer!

prefixes and suffixes

Prefix and Suffix charts - freebies; I like the speech bubbles extending from each prefix; incorporate that into future anchor charts

prefixes

Word Identification Prefix Pockets is an activity that familiarizes students with words that use prefixes. Students will look at the prefix written on the pocket and place the word strips that use that prefix in the corresponding pocket.

Where do I live with free printable ... we need to do this, we are having a hard time with town, state, and country. Also good idea for time, we have been getting weeks, months, and years confused.

SOCIAL STUDIES: Where do I live activity. Use tablets or smart boards to show where they live on a map.

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