This fluency game is a fun way for kids to practice sight words and build fluency. Students read cards (packed with sight words) or a "Turkey Twister" filled with words beginning with the letter t. The most challenging and fun aspect of the game is
This fluency game is a fun way for kids to practice sight words and build fluency. Students read cards (packed with sight words) or a "Read-deer card" with a fact about reindeer. The most challenging and fun aspect of the game is having to read the
This phonics game is a fun way for students to review words with short vowel sounds. This game pack includes four differentiated versions. There is a game set for students who need to focus on cvc words with single consonants at the beginning and
This Smart Board lesson was designed for first - third graders. It uses a ten frame to show how to use the add 10 strategy. The lesson includes direct instruction, guided practice, and independent practice.
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This phonics game helps students review long o words in a fun way. It is differentiated so there are 3 versions (2 on level, 1 for a challenge). This version of Bang is played with a partner. Players take turns drawing a card and reading the word
This phonics game helps students review long i words in a fun way. It is differentiated so there are 3 versions (2 on level, 1 for a challenge). This version of Bang is played with a partner. Players take turns drawing a card and reading the word
This Powerpoint lesson was designed for first - third graders. The lesson is intended to be used as a review. Concepts reviewed are coin names, coin values, relationships between coins and a dollar, and counting a set of coins. The lesson includes
Looking for a way to introduce or review multiplication during the holiday season? This is the activity for you! This download includes a Powerpoint called Reindeer Multiplication. The Powerpoint leads students through a variety of ways to figure
This SmartBoard activity reviews the estimation skill of rounding to the nearest 10. It is intended as a review. There are a few instructional slides for rounding numbers 11 - 99 and further instruction of rounding numbers 101 - 999. A student
This Smart Board lesson was designed for third graders as a review of Measures of Central Tendencies. The lesson includes a review of maximum and minimum value, range, median, and mode. Students review the material together as part of the Smart
This Powerpoint lesson was designed for third and fourth graders to review various strategies to use when multiplying. The lesson reviews skip counting, drawing a picture, using fact families, counting on a number line and hundred's chart. and
Looking for a fun way for students to build reading fluency? This is a fabulous fall-themed game for kids to practice their fluency. Students read cards (packed with sight words) or joke cards as they travel around the game board. The most
This Smart Board activity is intended to introduce Kansas third graders to the prefixes (and meanings) they will encounter on the state reading test. The prefixes introduced are: mis-, pre-, re-, un- and pro-.
This SMART Board lesson is intended to introduce Kansas third graders to the suffixes they will encounter on the state reading assessment. The suffixes introduced are: -ed, -er, -est, -ing, -ly, and y.
This end of the year Smart Board activity is a fun way to get students to think about and share memories and favorites from the year. Using a "Magic 8 Ball," questions are generated which students answer with a partner. Questions range from "What is
This writing lesson focuses on the trait of ideas and content. The lesson is self-explanatory and uses I do - we do - you do. The main point is to teach students how to focus writing and write about small topics. It would be appropriate for most
This activity is perfect for back-to-school. There are get-to-know activities that will familiarize students with the tools and uses of the Smart Board. You can also review different procedures like what students are expected to do in the morning
This makes a great center for the 100th day of school. You run off the paper, cut it in half, put out pre-purchased Nerds (the little boxes), and, viola!, you have a center. Students are asked to predict how many Nerds are in the box, count and
The 100s Chart Challenge can be used anytime but makes a terrific hundredth day of school activity for third and fourth graders. Students solve number problems like 11 nickels, 2 dozen, or 10 less than 41 and color in the corresponding box on the
Students rotate through six one-minute centers to complete tasks like pattern block stacking, jumping jacks, and counting beans. Students record the results. After completing the centers they use the collected data to figure out the maximum and