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100th Day of School

Your students have been waiting all year for the 100th day of school! Use these printables and activities to celebrate this special day with your students! These 100th day of school printables are ideal for morning work, the writing center, stations, independent practice, small groups, homework, 5-minute fillers, or early finishers and are the perfect addition to your 100th day of school unit! #100thdayofschool #100thday #tpt #teacherspayteachers #sheilamelton #education #100thdayprintables

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A Rainbow of Me St. Patrick's Day / Back to School Craft

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Back to School: Progress Through the Year - (P, K, 1st, 2nd)

Back to School: Progress Through the Year (Preschool, Kindergarten, first grade & second grades) Shows progress in many areas: coloring, name writing, drawing, writing ABC's and numbers, and drawing a picture and writing about it! Great for collecting work samples throughout the year and saving for an end of year portfolio! $

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THROW IT! Sight Word Bean Bag Toss

Need an engaging sight word activity center? This bean bag toss game is differentiated by color and will get kids excited to WORK!

Coin sort for a center activity or assessment! This site has great ideas already made, ready to print out for special education students by marta

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Sight Word Swat

Are you looking for some fun ideas and activities for teaching sight words? Check out this interactive activity to help students master sight words! This game is great for literacy centers and independent practice for the classroom and homeschool. Great for advanced pre k, kindergarten, and first grade. My kids love learning sight words with this activity. Help improve sight word fluency and keep kids moving. Click on the picture to see how we use this activity.

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Following Directions: Following Written and Verbal Instructions Can Be a Fun Activity

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