This is a Easter Egg hunt for math facts, focusing on addition and subtraction facts 0-5. The product comes with a student recording sheet and math fact cards. You may use plastic Easter eggs to put the facts in or simply post them around the room.
This is a simple chart to use with a lesson on Native American culture. Students will draw themselves in the first box and a Native American in the second box. I guide students to compare how they dress, what they eat, how they go places, etc.
These daily question prompts are perfect for preschoolers, kindergartners, or even beginning of the year first graders. They require students to identify one letter each day and determine if it is found in their name. I use them with a t-chart as
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These daily question prompts are perfect for preschoolers, kindergartners, or even beginning of the year first graders. They require students to read a simple question about colors and answer it with a yes or no response. The colors include: black,