This print and play game is for working with inflectional endings (-s), (-ed), and (-ing). The students draw a card and roll the die, then they record their "root" word, ending, and new word on the recorder sheet!
Are you WILD for Animal Print, esp zebra! Start spicing up your pins and buckets with these FUN Animal Print labels! This version is for you to edit and put in text and pictures for your own style! I also have another Animal Print labels
Are you WILD for Animal Print, esp zebra! Start spicing up your pins and buckets with these FUN Animal Print labels! This version is already made for you with generic labels, so all you have to do is print and use! I also have another Animal Print
Enjoy these fun zebra print division flash cards to play multiple games. I have included directions for a game of WAR my kids love to play! These cards could be used for anything! Includes division facts from 1 to 12!
My students use this to check to make sure they have included everything into their writing piece. They also use this to peer grade and self grade. Of course, I use this to grade their Narrative Stories.
I use this graph to have my students graph their scores for Missing Number, Quantity Discrimination, and Number Facts. I also have the goal for mCLASS listed below each testing time (August, January, and May). My students also make predictions
After students listen to a story at the listening station they can fill out this response sheet to: draw and label a picture of the main character, write a sentence describing their favorite part, and draw a picture of the setting also filling in