Students will use clothespins to match letters correctly. Or use this as a letter identification assessment tool! Great way for students to work on letter and letter sound identification or an independent work task! Font: Hello Literacy!Images:
A 3 level adapted book all about summer!
This book is perfect to use in your classroom with your non-readers, beginning readers, and fluent readers! A great way to incorporate summer vocabulary :)
Clipart from The Pond!
Are your students having trouble with the more/less concept? This mat is a great visual, hands on tool. Print, laminate, and they are ready to use!Write a number in the middle circle. Have students demonstrate 'more' and 'less' using manipulatives.
Students will count popcorn on each card they draw. Students will compare 2 cards to identify which is 'more' and which is 'fewer'. Great hands-on activity for a hard concept!Font: Hello Literacy!Images: Google Images
Students will listen to the sentence being read. This activity is differentiated so that students can either drag the sight words into the boxes to complete the sentence, or they can type the words in the boxes to complete the sentence. On Google
Students will work on 1:1 correspondence, as well as number identification.
Laminate each page. Students can use clothes pin to pin the number matching the amount of shamrocks.
Have some St. Patrick's Day fun in math centers :)