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Final Blends Literacy Centers {N & MP}

Final Blends Literacy Centers {N & MP} by Ashley Benoit | Teachers Pay Teachers

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R Controlled Vowels

R Controlled Vowels Literacy Packet!Includes four word sorts, four ABC Order centers (with recording sheets) and a BINGO Center with 6 different ...

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FREEBIE-Word Building Activity {{Freebies}} Simple Sight word building activity designed to help students recognize and spell sight words words. It can easily be used as station/center, whole group, or morning work. It would also make a great addition to your last minute sub plans. Teachers can copy on card stock, laminate, and add dry erase markers for long term use. A black and white version is also included. Grade Level(s): Kindergarten, First, Second

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February NO PREP Packet (Kindergarten)

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This is a 43 word document that contains Essential Questions and Teacher Prompts for each of the 4th Grade Common Core Literacy Standards.

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Guided Reading

Guided Reading Reminder/Help Slips >>> The reminder slips are designed for teachers to use during their guided reading sessions with individuals. At the end of the guided reading session or just after the student has read an instructional text, use the appropriate slip by ripping it off and slipping it inside your student's reader.$

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Data Binder

Freebie in the Download Preview! Kindergarten Data Folder & Checklist Common Core Aligned! Great to use with assessments, report cards, parent conferences, and RtI! TWO versions for teachers with 3 report cards or 4 report cards!

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Adjectives Word Wall

This file contains 90 illustrated adjectives in a word wall format. The adjectives range from basic ones, such as tall or big, to more advanced words such as angelic, frustrated and exhausted. Good for ESL students and K-2 vocabulary development.

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