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Use a highlighter to help with ABC order. Link includes a FREE download of ABC order activities including this worksheet.

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The ABC's of Back 2 School

ABC's of Back2School! Teach expectations in a fun way!

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Winter Word Sort Activity (Nouns and Verbs)

Sort these winter words according to whether they are nouns or verbs. Students will love sorting these cute snowmen into the correct snow globe. Finished early? No problem! ABC order worksheet included!

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Tracing Letters and Numbers Worksheet {Differentiated}

3. My writing started like any other young child, with practicing the alphabet. I can still, to this day, remember my teacher telling us to take out our writing booklets and begin tracing out the letters on the pages. From there we moved on to writing out those letters on our own and then that led to forming words and sentences. This is just the start of becoming a “writer”.

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Inference Bundle 3rd Grade

Loaded! 120 page set filled with 4 sets of task cards, worksheets, posters, games and activities to help your 3rd graders practice making inferences. $

FREE Fiesta packet This packet contains: FIESTA FUN: Put the words in alphabetical order. FIESTA Write an acrostic poem. FIESTA WRITING: How does your family celebrate fiesta? Tell about your traditions.

This 66 page Author's Purpose packet is filled with task cards, graphic organizers, worksheets, posters, doubled sided practice passages, writing activities, a foldable, a game and more! Motivating activities! $

Christmas Math Puzzlers are word problems with a holiday theme. You can have students complete them all on one day, or have them solve one problem per day, or use them for cooperative learning activities. Each printable includes space for students to show their work. The worksheets are on different levels; the first is about right for grades 2 or 3 and the second for grades 4 or 5, but you can use them at any level to differentiate instruction. Answers included.