Students need practice answering questions in a complete sentence and these daily questions are the perfect way to practice! Each day features a different question for students to answer in a complete sentence. The prompts are available with and without supportive question stems. Topics are unique to February including Black History Month, Women's History Month, Dental Health Month, Valentine's Day and MORE!
Goal setting in the classroom can be difficult. Ease students into setting goals with this easy to use 5 step process designed to ensure success for your students who are setting goals. From the tentative beginning to the celebratory end, students will be goal setting champs!
Are you looking for beginning sound activities for Kindergarten? These beginning letter sounds games and activities are exactly what you need. These 6 phonics games for beginning sounds will have your students using pictures to match, sort, find and identify beginning sounds for phonemic awareness and phonics.
Counting practice to warm up those cold winter days! Fun, winter themed images will help you give your students practice counting with count & write pages and color by code pages. These counting worksheets are perfect for students in Kindergarten who are learning to count.
There are lots of strategies for solving addition and subtraction word problems, but it's practicing the solving word problem strategies that makes a difference for your Second Grade students. These Daily Word Problems are a great way to give your students regular and consistent practice solving word problems. Each problem is unique and comes in multiple formats.
Counting the days we have been in school is a daily routine in many classrooms. Using base ten blocks to count days of school is a fantastic way of sneaking some spiral review in! You can display the card and have students count the base ten blocks to find out what day of school it is!
Are you looking for a fun way for your students to practice spelling and reading CVC words? This fun hot chocolate and marshmallows activity is the perfect addition to your classroom this winter. This works great with many winter themes and movies. Students look at the picture on the cup and use the marshmallow letters to spell the word.
This fun card game is a great way to give your students practice identifying letters and sounds. Students will need use the names of letters or the sound the letter makes to ask for a card from another player. When they have 3 of the same letter, they lay down their match!
If your Kindergarten or First Grade students are reading and spelling CVC words, this is the perfect phonics activity to add to your classroom! Students look at the picture on the cup and use the marshmallow letters to spell the word. It's perfect for cold, winter days!
Give your students daily practice solving word problems with this set of task cards, books and worksheets designed with your flexibility needs in mind. Included are task cards in black/white and color, whole sheet and half-sheet practice books, worksheets and a projectable file can be projected onto an interactive white board. These addition and subtraction word problems will use all 9 problem types. Word problems revolve around Valentine’s Day, winter, Dental Health, and other February th
Are you looking for an alternative to a short vowel phonics worksheet? This phonics game for kids will meet your needs! Your students will love practicing CVC phonics with this matching game. The bundle is created so you can use short a words, short e words, short i words, short o words, or short u words. Students will match the short vowel phonics picture to the word. Included are recording pages, an extension activity and differentiation options so you can meet all your students needs!
Are you looking for a way to get your students speaking and writing in complete sentences? The Question of the Day will give your students a new question to answer every day. Use this resource to give your students practice speaking and writing in a complete sentence.
Speaking and writing in complete sentences is a skill that requires practice for most kids. These Questions of the Day are written for February to incorporate topics like Black History Month, Women's History Month, Dental Health Month, Valentine's Day and more! Available in multiple formats to meet your needs flexibly!
Valentine cards written to book characters is a great activity to get your students thinking creatively about character traits. Students will write a Valentine card to tell a character about their character trait. As a bonus, use that character traits to reward your students or children at home!
CVC words and sight words are the focus of this fun Valentine's Day game! Students will use consonant and vowel knowledge to sound out the CVC words in isolation. When students are ready for a challenge, use the sentence cards that feature CVC words and sight words.