Domino board game designed to help children:
- Recognise dot patterns up to 9
- add numbers0-9 to equal up to 13
Students can play the game by selecting dominos from the bag and placing them on the matching number on their game board. The first to
Read, write, glue and draw. In each worksheet children read a basic sentence, practice writing it, and draw it. After they have completed that, they cut the bottom strip and rearrange the sentence in the correct order and glue it.
A set of 16 counting puzzles that can be laminated and cut into strips. The numbers range from 0-9. The children then put them back into correct order. I found using velcro dots on the back of each strip and using a small felt board helped kids
13 sound charts displaying wordlists and graphic for the listed diagraphs:
- ow as in snow
- ow as in ow as in cow
- oo as in moon
- oo as in book
- ou as in house
- ee as in bee
- ea as in beach
- oa as in boat
Students match the upper case letter (displayed as an ice cream scoop) to the correst Lower case letter (displayed as the cone). Simply print to card, laminate and cut. A great activity for group activity centers.
This file contains a writing template and cover for a writing book (landscape) - simple picture box and lines. I have also included sentence starters that can be laminated and placed in your writing area. This file is a resource for teachers
Looking for an interesting and engaging way to help your students learn their sight words? These game boards are perfect for your classroom to use in literacy centers, word work groups, free choice games or to even send home for fun revision.
Gameboards for your children to help learn their sight words!
Looking for an engaging and exciting way to help your children learn their sight words? This set of 5 gameboards is the next 100 words following the magic 100 words.
These boards can
Simple counting puzzles to enhance your mathematics stations or learning centers. Simply laminate and cut! Children learn their teen numbers and counting by 10 sequence by using these fun self correcting puzzles.
In my classroom I add Velcro loop