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HUGE RESOURCE! This is a bundle of all 41 letter sound books in alignment with the Jolly Phonics program. There are 3 levels for each book, so you can differentiate for your students - making a total of 123 books to choose from!! In addition to letters A-Z, there are letter sound books for the fol
You will love these Chalkboard Banners to create your class unique decor! It is so easy and perfect to use in ANY classroom! You print the letters you need to create any text for Bulletin Board! Banner Letters Included Upper Letters A-Z in BLACK, WHITE, and CHALKCreate Words Example WelcomeSubjects:
These "Little Hands...Big Ideas" STEM Challenges were designed especially for PreK - Grade 1.Using everyday, easy to obtain materials, each challenge in this series will allow young learners to practice hands-on problem solving, critical thinking, and collaboration...all while coinciding with the al
Want to save paper and use more technology in your classroom? Do you want to give Google classroom a go? I have also, ever since getting my level 1 Google certification. This is a great Back to School Center in Google Slides. The students identify the letters and then drag them onto the alphabet ar
If you like working with the alphabet arch in English, you're going to like having it in Spanish. Included are the letters and combos such as the "ch", "ll", "rr" and "ñ". Also included is the capital and lowercase Spanish Alphabet arcs. Just run it on legal size paper instead of letter size. O
STEM challenge activities are so much fun. But, finding the time to incorporate design challenges into your curriculum can be difficult. The Gateway Arch Design Challenge is part of the STEM Across America with CLOSE READING series. It seamlessly allows you to tie together the curriculum by givin
STEM challenge activities are so much fun. But, finding the time to incorporate design challenges into your curriculum can be difficult. The Sugar Cube Arch Design Challenge is part of the STEM with CLOSE READING series. It seamlessly allows you to tie together the curriculum by giving you rigoro
The Gateway Arch is a Content-Based lesson fostering Literacy in Social Studies for 1st-3rd grade students that uses Nonfiction Informational Text and a balanced mix of lower and higher level hands-on activities to teach about the history of the Gateway Arch as one of our American Symbols:• Gateway
Scissor Skills. Scissoring is an important skill! In order to use scissors correctly, children need sufficient finger and hand strength and stability, sufficient development of the hand arches, hand–eye coordination, and bilateral integration skills (using both hands together). All of these same ski
Scissor Skills. Scissoring is an important skill! In order to use scissors correctly, children need sufficient finger and hand strength and stability, sufficient development of the hand arches, hand – eye coordination, bilateral integration skills (using both hands together) and the ability to cross
The approach that breaks handwriting down into writing small parts of the letters first is an easy way for students to learn to write. This packet helps students learn to draw arched lines in various directions. This will help them form letters such as Bb, Cc, Dd, e, f, Gg, h, Jj, m, n, Pp, Qq, Ss,
Candy Corn Letters, Numbers, Shapes and Colors Ring Books: Letters Upper and Lower case. Numbers: 1 to 30 Shapes 20: Square, circle, rectangle, triangle, trapezoid, parallelogram, rhombus, diamond, cylinder, cube, octagon, hexagon, pentagon, star, heart, crescent, cross, arrow, arch, and oval
Set the tone for your classroom community from day #1 with this poster as a letter to your students! This JPG file should be printed on ARCH-D sized poster paper (24 x 36 inches). I highly suggest signing it with your signature and laminating it before putting it up in your classroom. We can never r
FREE - Student Teacher Introduction Letter to Parents - Student Teacher Binder - Student Teacher Welcome (K-6). In this freebees printables: Student Teacher Introduction Letter to Parents (editable PowerPoint).Communication is one of the most important teaching skills. You are the leader and others
Want to save paper and use more technology in your classroom? Do you want to give Google classroom a go? I have also, ever since getting my level 1 Google certification. This is a great Back to School Center in Google Slides. The students identify the letters and then drag them onto the alphabet ar
Font for Personal or Commercial Use: SN Arches This decorative font was made for personal and commercial use. This font includes English letters, numbers, punctuation and symbols. To install the fonts, most users will just have to unzip the file, double click on the font file and click Install.
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This STEM/ STEAM resource is the first in the series "Little Hands...Big Ideas," designed especially for PreK - Grade 1. Preschool, kindergarten, and first grade students are just as curious and creative as the big kids, but need STEM activities that are easier to manage and early childhood friendl
Brighten up your classroom with these cute free pastel arches! Edit the text on the slides to personalize for your classroom needs.This pastel arch sign set includes sign for your name, classroom welcome sign, individual letters of the alphabet, individual numbers 0-20, and more!Happy teaching! xx M
ARCH, is the acronym I teach students when it comes to ELA multiple choice questions. In this pack you will find desk plaques, posters, and bookmarks that you can use in your classroom to teach and enforce this skill. This acronym teaches students to slow down, re-read the story, cross out answers t
Work on letter identification and upper case/lower case letter matching with these hole punch cards.Kids can work on fine motor skills and gross hand strength by using a hole punch to punch the matching letters. Match upper and lower case letters with a hand strengthening activity as kids use a hole
These printable alphabet playdough cards with have your little ones learning letters while building palmar arch strength with these fine motor early literacy activities. Each card helps children see the sequence of the letter in the alphabet, helps children form the letter in correct order of stroke
Having your students scissor and glue a calendar helps them practice letter and number recognition and matching, spelling and number ordering, while honing fine motor skills. This product includes upper case and proper case letters that spell the months of the year, numbers from 1 to 31, labels for
3D printing with a desktop 3D printer requires some knowledge about printing supports for overhangs, arches and bridges.You can download the file for 3D printing in my Thingiverse or PrusaPrinters page. As an example of this, the letters H, T, and Y are used. Supports can hold up the overhangs for t
The WackyNix Superhero Decor Pack 2 includes the following:Cursive AlphabetNotice BoardBirthday ChainREAD lettersVoice levelsPunctuation postersWords to display artClock dotsToday’s date headingBig bee picturesSpeech bubble – homeworkSpeech bubble – remember3D ShapesOrdinal numbersBook coversFile Co
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