This non fiction text feature scavenger hunt is a way to tie up your non fiction unit. Give students non fiction library books or even big books and allow them to complete the tally recording sheet to see how many times they see these features.
Do your students have trouble focusing during read to partner? I know mine did till I implemented these read to partner games! My students loved to talk…but not about their book :) These games helped structure student conversations to be focused and
This center is perfect for your kindergarten and first graders who are developing skills to stretch out words! Using QR Readers students will scan the QR code which gives them a color to find in the room. Once they find an item of the color they
Just learning your letters or in need of reviewing the alphabet, wherever your students are at this is a great teaching and reinforcing skills tool. There are many great A-Z songs but teachers just don’t have time to show them whole class. This
This QR set is a must for your first grade math center! This set includes numbers 0-30. Cut out the QR Codes and place around the room. Students will scan and be given a set of numbers. They are then to write the number that comes next on the
Some students need a little extra practice at home (or in class) to review spelling words. Included you will see a four day plan to practice and get your students ready for their spelling test. This packet is a nice balance of written practice and
This print and go set of comprehension features are perfect for your guided reading journals, or personal book response! Easy to copy and cut, students glue down the side strip in their journals and can easily flip up the flap to respond to the
Laura Numeroff’s beloved and popular books “If You Give…” are a great starting point for any author study or just a fun unit to dive into head first! This scrapbook contains activities for all 7 of the “If You Give” books and includes a mini
It's time to practice sight words again and your students need extra practice that is fun and engaging with technology.
This QR Code activity is used to challenge students to practice spelling and reading basic sight words (dolch sight words).
Here is a set of letters A-Z with blue border for word wall headers. Just laminate and cut out and your ready to start your year. Great for use in your word wall for the Daily 5 and Write the Room Activities. Enjoy!
This QR set is great for a fall math center to practice doubles addition! Cut out the QR Codes and place around the room. Students will scan and be given an addition problem. They are then to write the answer on the recording sheet. The answer key
Practice. Practice. Practice! Addition and subtraction facts are first taught with a strategy or tool; counting on, doubles plus one, counting down, and the list goes on. After it’s all said and done a lot of times what students need is some good
Here is a set of letters A-Z with green border for word wall headers. Just laminate and cut out and your ready to start your year. Great for use in your word wall for the Daily 5 and Write the Room Activities. Enjoy!
This QR set is a must for your first grade math center! It is the second in my “What # Comes Next” set! This activity includes numbers 0-50, focusing on numbers 30-50 specifically.. Cut out the QR Codes and place around the room. Students will scan
Here is a set of letters A-Z with red border for word wall headers. Just laminate and cut out and your ready to start your year. Great for use in your word wall for the Daily 5 and Write the Room Activities. Enjoy!
This write the room activity is perfect for word work during "The Daily 5" or literacy centers! Teachers are able to extend this activity to challenge students! It's a great way to make write the room more personal.