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Isn't it rewarding to channel a young child’s love of all things magical into a love of writing letters? This fun resource will give your students the support to write a great letter. Word Bank: I've divided the word bank into categories. The "Greeting Words" and "Closing Words" sections help y
I use this letter to email to school staff (teachers, principals, etc) the week that I send my Real Care babies home with students. It could also be sent home to parents of student, as well. The letter explains what the Infant Simulators are, the learning experience, and the students who will be tak
Teach basic literacy skills by having kids match uppercase letters to lowercase letters with these Valentine's Day Baby Cupids. Great for Valentine's Day themes!
A fun, hands on pack for kindergarten and pre-k students to practice common core standards including rhyming, alphabet recognition, syllables, sight words, numbers and counting plus so much more! This pack would also be a perfect intervention tool for first or second grade students.Just print and yo
This document includes several versions of an editable maternity letter to parents. There are a total of 3 editable, pre-written letters with 3 color variations of each maternity leave letter (one black and white, and two color with skin-tone variations). These adorable templates include baby-themed
A LOW PREP First Day of School Getting-To-Know-You activity in which ALL of your students can participate! With clear, real life pictures and a question read aloud by the teacher, your students can hold up, point to, or even use their voice-output device to provide a “yes or “no response!This First
This pack includes everything that you need as you prepare for your maternity leave: *An original book that I created, "What to Expect When My Teacher is Expecting," to help you open a discussion with your students about maternity leave. I laminated and bound this book to share with my students.*Wo
Who doesn't love a little baby Yoda? Your students will flip when they see this darling board waiting to greet them on your door or classroom display! You will receive 2 options…one for New Year's, and one that would be great for back to school, and could honestly stay up year round! Simply print, c
If you are pregnant or know someone who is expecting, this is the perfect resource to announce and celebrate the news that you are expecting a child with your students. You will find a choice of 2 ways to announce the news, activities, a letter to parents, Memory Book class covers, DIFFERENTIATED wr
Our Advice for Baby: Maternity Leave Activity Students love to help you celebrate your pregnancy! Use this fill-in-the-blank Advice Letter for students to share their ideas on how to be an awesome Mom or Dad. Their responses are often heartfelt AND hilarious. What a great way to celebrate your new
Correlates with Reading Street Kindergarten This packet contains: Graphic Organizers to utilize academic vocabulary and answer the big question page 4-6 differentiated graphic organizer to accommodate a variety of ability levels Match the baby animals to their mom page 7-8 T Chart which animals liv
This winter decor is just the thing to get your class through those really cold months while having a little fun. Baby it's cold outside makes a great bulletin board, door decor, poster, or hallway display and can either be printed and enlarged OR you can DIY this with the included letters/elements,
sequence cards, flannel pieces, simplified book, Interactive preposition book, and language arts printables. This set includes materials to use when reading Gingerbread Baby by Jan Brett. Many items are in color and black and white. Included in this set are: Gingerbread Baby by Jan Brett Activi
When I announced to my 3rd grade class that I was pregnant, I was amazed at just how excited they were... they even asked if they would be invited to my baby shower! So instead of inviting them to my shower, I decided to have a baby shower just for my class! Here are 14 activities that are both fun
Have you ever thought about what Santa would look like without his beard? If you are looking for a fun way to bring persuasive writing into the classroom during the holiday season, this is the perfect unit for you! This pack contains materials for your students to complete a graphing activity in whi
Everything you need for a literature study on Julius, the Baby of the World by Kevin Henkes! There are many ways to use these resources. Copy as an entire packet, or copy pages individually. Perfect for a small book club or the whole class! Inside you will find:About the Author Research ActivityStor
If you haven't noticed, I love Baby Yoda!! Here is a Baby Yoda-inspired Valentine's board to let your students know how much you love them! Simply print, cut, and hang... OR use a professional print shop and have this enlarged to SAVE YOU TIME! You'll receive everything you need to complete this boa
Animal Babies in Grasslands This packet was created as a resource to the Scott Foresman Reading Street® Unit 2 story, Animal Babies in Grasslands! I have tried to accommodate both the 2008 and 2013 versions of this unit. Please be sure to check out the preview of this product not every page is sho
This is a wonderful project that not only teaches students responsibility, but also the costs associated with a baby and the challenges it poses to anyone's lifestyle. This project has students research information as well as around a flour sack baby for a week and documenting their experience i
Make Guided Reading easier (and lots of FUN!) with these reading strategies posters/charts and fun bookmark. This resource is invaluable as you teach your students strategies that they can use during guided or independent instruction to make sense out of unknown text.About this resourceThis resource
This pack includes 5 centers that reinforce the skills learned during Unit 2, Week 3 of Reading Street Common Core. Vocabulary/Writing: Match the animal vocabulary word to the correct picture. Then draw the animal in its habitat and write about your favorite. High Frequency Words: Use play dough t
Baby Shark Capital and Lowercase Letter Matching Puzzle Cards - Kindergarten and Preschool kids will love learning how to match capital and lowercase letters with this engaging baby shark activity! Students play the game by matching the lowercase and uppercase letters!Perfect for:✔ Small group✔ Lite
Reading Street First Grade 2013 Common Core edition. This packet includes all of the resources you need to supplement your Reading Street resources for Unit 5 Week 2: “Mole and the Baby Bird.” Included in this packet: -Common Core State Standards covered in this unit -CCSS “I Can” learning target
Here's a story of the Pumpkin family who wants to go to the Halloween party. Help them get to the party by matching the lowercase and uppercase letters:Two obstacles of the story:1. Help the zombie get rid of the spiders by matching the small letters to the capital letters. (Letters A-E)2. Feed the

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