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Set of differentiated worksheets focusing on developing students ability to blend sounds together to read CVC words. Children look at each "ring" and identify the sounds to determine which direction to draw to curve to correctly read each word. $
Students can set goals for their future (upcoming school year or even adulthood) on these fun goal setting posters.
This is a set of 20 emergent reader little books- each book focuses on 2 sight words from the Dolch Pre-Primer Sight Word list!! Each book prints on a single sheet of paper; students simply fold the paper into a book! No cutting, sorting, or stapling is needed! $
An "All about me" type of class activity. Great for the students to get to know each other as well as their new teacher. Works as a back to school activity that can remain on display through the end of the year.
SNOWBALL WRITING: Collaborative Narrative Writing Your Students Will Love
The snowball writing method is a fun way to teach your students how to write collaboratively. Students write, crumple, and throw. Their stories are continued by another student in the class! #writing #teaching #EnglishLanguageArts
New marking period means new AR point goals! This will help students and teachers stay organized! FREE!!!!!
An exciting and fun project you can do with your students or as an independent project after you have read any biography or autobiography!! This kit comes with all the templates that you need plus a rubric if you want to use this as a grade. Step-by-step picture instructions are included to make assembly a little easier! There will be more BOXZ project come in the future, so make sure you follow my store so you can be notified when they are posted!
A great activity to use in October for Halloween. Students follow the directions on the page to design their pumpkin. Includes a blank pumpkin worksheet and a page of "if, then" directions.
Make learning fun and engaging by sending your students on a novel scavenger hunt using sticky notes with printed questions on them! $