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Shapes Tracing (Print and D'Nealian)
Shapes Tracing and Draw is a fun way to learn how to read and write shape words and draw shapes! Shape tracing | letter shaping | letter sounds activities | beginning letter sounds worksheets | kindergarten printing letters
Alphabet Activities for Kindergarten - Letters, Mazes, & Lots of FUN!
Do your students need a fun and engaging way to practice money and coins? Count & Color by Coin provides students an engaging way to practice identifying and counting coins. First, students are shown multiple ways to represent a coin (heads or tails).
These number sense books are made from ONE sheet of paper. Without staples or glue (just some folds and one quick snip), it turns into 8 pages that your students can take home and read as they practice the early math skills in the book.
Make cursive handwriting fun and interesting for students! | printable cursive worksheets hand writing worksheets | hand writing practice kids | learning to write letters printables | teaching writing | teaching cursive writing kids | cursive letters
Don't just teach kids phonics patterns, give them the chance to practice phonics in the context of reading. Practice phonics, fluency, and comprehension all at once with these reading passages. This TPT resource covers kindergarten, first grade, and second grade!
Writing Paper - Winter
Winter Themed Writing Paper includes publishing pages with a cute border, winter clip art and half a page of handwriting lines for primary students. Also included is one page that consists entirely of handwriting lines for your lengthy authors’ second page. Perfect for final drafts, writing centers, fast finishers…the possibilities are endless! | writing practice | teaching writing elementary | First grade writing paper | snowman writing activity | writing printables for kids |
Multisyllabic Words - Decoding using Syllable Types
Decoding Multisyllabic Words using Syllable Types This resource is OFF for a limited time! As a reading intervention teacher, I noticed that many students struggled to decode multisyllabic words. This greatly impacted student confidence, reading, comp