1. Plurals on Fire - Read the word on the firemen’s fiery card. Write the plural for the word on the recording sheet provided.
2.My Teacher Knows I can “Mark” the Right Word - Look at the picture on the Teacher’s card. Read the word options on the recording sheet. Using a marker, trace the word shown on the card.
3.Mirror, Mirror On the Wall, Who is the Most Helpful of them All? - Using a mirror, reflect the sight word shown in the card. Document the word on the coordinating recording sheet.
4.Short or Long? Vowel Sort - Sort the vet’s cards by their vowel…long or short. Use
the worm to represent the short vowel words and the
snake to represent the long vowel words. Color in the image for the vowel represented on the card.
5.Reading Each Day Keeps the Doctor Away - Read the sentence written on the Doctor’s clipboard. Using the provided recording sheet, illustrate the sentences.
6.Fix Those Words - The construction workers have made a mess of the sight words. Fix the words by unscrambling the letters in the words. Write the correct spelling of the sight words. A word list is provided.
1.This Old Farmer Can Subtract - Using a Subtraction Mat, Complete the provided recording page, while subtraction the farmer’s cabbage supply.
2.I’m “Brushing” Up on Addition and Subtraction - By pulling a Dentist’s tool card, determine if the equation is representing an addition or subtraction sentence. Record your findings on the recording sheet provided.
3.Post Office Place Values - Pull one of the mail carrier’s letters. Determine the number on the letter and sketch that many on the
recording sheet provided.
4.A Baker’s Dozen - Pull one of the baker’s treat cards. By “reading”
the tens and ones shown, decide the number represented. Write the numeral in the box provided on the recording sheet.
5.Guarding our Learning - Using the Life Guard’s math mat, pull a card,
and complete the boxes for that number. Write it! Make it! Build it! And Draw it!
6.Variation of Addition and Subtraction Word Problems, for Use in a Whole Group Setting - There are two sets of the same twelve word problem cards provided. The cards are a variation of addition and
subtraction word problems. This activity is intended to be teacher-led. *One set has images to assist students with “picturing” the problem; the other set is blank. Both sets have a place to write in the word problem.