The students will be able to color or paint regular or irregular dot patterns and then write the number beneath each pattern. I use this for one-on-one correspondence, recognizing numbers 1-10, and counting to 10.
Great way to teach syllables. I have the students clap the syllables and roll a small ball of playdough for each syllable. They then put the playdough in the squares provided. You can also laminate them and have the students use dry erase markers to
Great tool to use for writing workshop to make sure you know what students you work with, what the prompt was that they were working on, making sure you tell them something they did well, and what your teaching point is so when you conference with
This puzzle allows kids to practice their addition skills with the numbers 6 through 10. Laminate and cut out the pieces. Left a word document for you to change the colors to have different colored sets!
This activity includes colored copies of The Puppy an A level text in a big book form, a kid book form, and a 1 page journal entry.
This shared reading text can be used for:
• One-to-one correspondence
• sight word