These organizers can be used in place of graph paper for students who are multiplying multi-digit numbers. This resource includes 3 pages: one for 2 digit x 2 digit problems, one for 3 digit x 2 digit problems, and one for 4 digit x 2 digit
This graphic organizer will help you students to learn and apply the SWBST strategy to help them summarize a story. This includes a page with guiding questions that can be put on students' desks or made into a bookmark to help them to remember the
This wonderful color-coded resource includes the steps for solving fraction problems with each of the four operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division). This is a great resource especially for 5th grade students who easily
A small visual for students to support work with decimals to the tenths and hundredths place. This can be printed, cut out, and laminated so that students can write on the template and it can be reused.
This resource will help students who struggle with proper letter formation. By teaching letter formation using the hat line, belt line, and shoe line, students will benefit from the visual reminders when writing. Laminate to reuse again and again!
This wonderful resource can be given to students to use while reading a fiction text. It is easy to cut and laminate to use as a bookmark. It includes guiding questions for students to think about as they read the beginning, middle, and end of a
This resource can be used for sight word practice, either for homework or in school. All you need is a dice and crayons. Simply add your student's red words to the top row of the document and print. Students roll a dice and write the word in the
This visual is an excellent resource to remind students of the three endings rules in English: The Doubling Rule, The "E" Ending Rule, and the "Y" Ending Rule. If the student does not know all three, the other two rules can be covered up or you can