This is one of my children's favorite games. They play it all year long. This game can be used two different ways. In the beginning of the year, my children roll the dice and say the letters as fast as they can. Then later in the year they say
Keep your parents and students informed with a cute stoplight behavior chart. You can send this home every night and let them know what the children did well today and what they need to work on. It is fun, cute and motivating!
This is a stop light system in a Pirate Theme! There are two different versions so you can decide which you like better!
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Are you ready for Number Sense in the TEENS?
If you loved Purr...fectly Fast for letters and numbers 1-10, you will love Purrr...fectly Fast TEEN Numbers for Math. There are several different boards. This is such a fabulous center for number sense
My teaching schedule is different from day to day. Using a classic, pre-printed plan book has never worked for me, so I use a basic table in Word to create a custom template each year.
My template includes a 2-page spread that includes a column for
Are you an Ohio teacher? Does the new OTES system have you stressed? Don't know where to begin? Let this evidence binder tool help you get started!
This product was created to help you organize your thoughts and put things down on paper. It
What better way to reinforce reading easy sight words and CVC words then have the children put the subject and the predicate of a sentence together and make silly sentences. My students love this and it is a center I can keep out ALL year long.
This is a comprehensive and FUN 161 unit that has pieces for small group instruction, whole group instruction and independent literacy centers. There is also a component that can be copied and sent home for parents to help their children with
Use this chart to set writing goals with your students! These goals are based generally around Kay Davidson's Simple 6 Rubric (Logical Order, Stick to the Topic, Audience, Sentence Variety, Details, and Vocabulary), but also incorporates writing
That pesky Gingerbread Man jumped out of the oven and is now running loose. When he is free he passes many things. The children will count the things he passes and fill in the blank. Great for a math literacy center during the month of December.
This set includes 6 black dot frames. Download the free preview for a close look at the frames included in this set!
This "By TpT Seller, For TpT Sellers" product is a bundle of 9 loopy doodle borders, one each of every color; black, light gray, dark gray, purple, red, green, yellow, navy blue and orange...and all made by me. These are unique and original
If you loved Speedy Race for letters, you will love Speedy Race for Math. There are several different boards. They include: numbers, ten frames, number words, and dice. This is such a fabulous center for number sense. My kids love Speedy Race
A TEACHER'S GUIDE TO A ROCKIN PORTFOLIO
This teaching portfolio was designed with teachers in mind, especially those first year teachers, to help them rock their interview and achieve their first job as a teacher! Whether you are a first year
Included are three sets of the ABC Beginning Sounds. Each set has the same pictures to represent the beginning sound, but I know each year I use different ones depending on my
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Are you reading the wonderful book, Brown Bear Brown Bear? These activities are for you. I was inspired by Jody from Camp Kindergarten for this version of the Roll and Color. I had to make it a bit easier for my kids. If you need one using two
Great for practicing Real and Non-Sense words
Roll the dice 3 times. Each time you
move that many spaces up the column.
Write the word on your sheet. Is it a
real word or a non-sense word?
Kids love this game. They will want to play it again and
Number sense is such an important part of learning math. In this learning center activity the children will roll either one dice or two dice depending on their ability and record the number on the sheet. They will then list the three numbers that
Looking for a new idea for the children to write the room? Fill in the magnifying glass with letters, numbers, word families and have your children find them around the room, in books, on walls. The possibilities are endless. The children love to
This graphic organizer can be used to organize information and to check for understanding as students read nonfiction books. The students will use the organizer to record the main idea, new words learned, text-to-self connections, questions they
Looking for a great way to reinforce matching the number to the number word? Or maybe to the number in a ten frame? or even to the correct tally marks well, this fun little center activity is for you. The children can match all the numbers up to
If you loved Purr...fectly Fast for letters, you will love Purrr...fectly Fast Numbers for Math. There are several different boards. They include: numbers, ten frames, number words, and dice. This is such a fabulous center for number sense. My
A TEACHER'S GUIDE TO A ROCKIN PORTFOLIO *MODERN EDITION*
This teaching portfolio was designed with teachers in mind, especially those first year teachers, to help them rock their interview and achieve their first job as a teacher! Whether you are a
Are you looking for a great sight word game for to keep your little turkeys busy and having fun and learning at the same time. Well, this is the game for you. These poor turkeys lost their feathers. Can you help them find their feathers by
I thought of this idea during Tuesday's (7/24/12) Whole Brain Teaching webcast (Program 532) about the First Hour of the First Day! So many people kept saying they were afraid they would forget something. So here is my solution. These cards a
Penguins love to eat fish. Well, these hungry penguins are hungry for word families. Can you feed them the right word family? This literacy center is working on 8 different word families: at, an, en, et, in, og, op and un. Match the fish to the
A set of Ten Frame flash cards to use with your students. Number sense is one the most important concepts we can use to help build a foundation for future years in math. Copy these on card stock or heavy paper and use as flash cards. You can have
This a "Behavior Plan" to send home at the beginning of the school year. My own classroom management system is based around the "Color Clip Chart" system and WBT rules, but this can be edited in order to fit your personal classroom preferences,
This pack is filled with patterning for the Fall season. There are three types of activities.
Patterns included are: ABAB, ABC, AAB and ABB.
ABAB: 10 pages
ABC: 10 pages
AAB: 7 pages
ABB: 8 pages
Also include are bonus pages
Word Families have never been so fun. 71 pages of black and white or colored pictures featuring 23 different "chunks" or word families. The children will love this center. They place the apples on the tree and sound out the words. They can
These Super Hero Reading Strategy posters are sure to get your students interested in becoming better readers. It will help their comprehension because all good readers ask themselves questions Before, During and After they are reading. The
This "By TpT Seller, For TpT Sellers" product is a bundle of 9 curly doodle borders, one each of every color; black, light gray, dark gray, purple, red, green, yellow, navy blue and orange...and all made by me. These are unique and original
Q and U have tied the knot and they are rarely seen apart from one another. The Bonus Point Band thought it would be nice for them to have a special song for the renewing of their vows on a yearly basis. If the letter people are part of your
Do you love teaching number sense while your children are having fun. This is for you. Let your children become more aware of their numbers while rolling the dice and putting Santa back together so he can deliver all the presents to good girls and
This is an amazing pack to use during the month of October. There are 102 pages and over 20 center ideas filled with both math and literacy centers.
Fireman Joe's Safety Tips (Emergent Reader)
Letter Scramble with Recording Sheet
What a great summer/springtime activity to do. It is colorful and lots of fun for your literacy center. My kids love this and I love making them to go for the different seasons. The children roll the dice three times and write the corresponding
This one-page document has 27 different Boggle boards for your students to use during word work or spelling time in your reading workshop. These have been created using a special algorithm to be certain each board has a minimum of 35+ common words.
Consistency is key in teaching children to read. What better way to reinforce patterns and color names than from a book they are all familiar with, but with a twist. Brown Leaf, Brown Leaf follows the same pattern as Brown Bear, Brown Bear, and
This Student Contact Information Card is a must-have for any classroom teacher. I've created the set in both English AND Spanish...another must-have (and your Spanish speaking families will appreciate it!) There are two forms per sheet. The front is
This is one of my student's favorite games to play. They roll the dice then move up the game board to see what letter they will land on. After they have done that three times they write their letters on the recording sheet and see if they made a
Six hall passes that include two blank cards for personalization. Each card has a hole for punching out and for stringing through ribbon.
-2 blank passes for personalization
This "By TpT Seller, For TpT Sellers" product is a bundle of 8 crayon doodle borders, one each of every aqua, lime green, lt pink, hot pink, fuschia, lavender, coral, periwinkle...and all made by me. These are unique and original creations. The
The O.W.L.S program was designed to be used as a center based math workshop implementation. These centers represent multimodal learning to adapt to the needs of all of your learners. The centers are sectioned into 4 rounds. Depending on your math