This is a booklet I use with my students that completely describes South Carolina during the 20th century. It is closely aligned with the SC State Standards and Support Documents for the entire 20th century unit. I print the booklet front and back
This is a great resource to use for whole group visuals and small group sequencing. You can discuss what a plant needs to live (soil, water, sunlight) and what the stages of the life cycle are. The stages are listed as follows on the cards:
This product is a great way for teachers to manage learning centers. I hang these up at different centers in my classroom and it lets my students know how many children can play at each center. I place plastic Command hooks on each laminated sign so
I created these word wall letters as a request from a buyer of my previous ones! They are identical other than the real-life pictures that are included and correspond with each letter. I typically use these for headings on my word wall, however,
These cards help teach environmental print to younger readers in a variety of ways. There are 2-3 environmental print cards for each letter of the alphabet as well as uppercase letter cards (A-Z). You can use these to play matching games, memory
These signs are great for pre-k or kindergarten classrooms! They are simple and easy to read for both students and teachers. They are a great resource to keep your classroom areas organized and appropriately labeled. The centers included are:
This is a resource that can be used in many different ways. I used it during our transportation unit and had the students match uppercase and lowercase letters. I printed out the mat and laminated it. Then, I cut out small "tires" and had uppercase
These chevron number posters include the written numeral in a generic "handwriting" font for children learning number writing. They also include the number written out and a ten frame to match. The numbers go from 0-10.
This product is a great way to showcase your students' growth from the beginning of the school year to the end in the format of a memory book that your students' families will love! I typically have my students complete the beginning of year portion
This activity is a fun way for students to learn how to determine fractions as part of a set using M&Ms! It is a quick and easy activity and the best part is that the students get to eat their treat at the end!