State and Capital Test
This pack is designed to help your students learn the 50 States, Capitals and Abbreviations in five weeks.
Each week ten new States, Capitals and Abbreviations are introduced. At the end of the week, a map is given with
Place Value Posters are a great reference for your students! The posters include words from tenths - hundred billion.
Each value is on its own 6x6 poster. Simply print the cards you need, laminate and hang above a whiteboard for a great visual
State and Capital Game
The Scrambled States of America I Have, Who Has? Game makes reviewing the 50 States & Capitals fun!
* 50 I Have, Who Has? Question Cards (Example: I have Cheyenne. Who has the Capital of Alabama?)
“May I Quote You?” was designed to motivate students with words of wisdom. Each quote is created on a half sized piece of paper and can be used to display anywhere in your classroom.
This collection of 50 quotes can be displayed weekly for
What to do? What to do?
The Spelling Contract is easily adapted to any spelling list and can be modified for any student. Each week a new spelling list is given and students have the chance to choose any activities they want to complete to
This year Rocked! This is a fun activity to have your students capture this year!
* Grade specific cover (1st - 6th grade)
* All About Me Page
* A Few of My Favorites
* 10 Random Facts About Me
* When I Grow Up
* Rock Star
As a parent, it’s exhausting to repeatedly hear, “I’m bored!” To help prevent this dreaded phrase (at least a few less times!) I created the I’m Bored Jar to use with my kids this summer.
* print cards onto cardstock – for extra