Give each student ten objects (counters, counting bears, place markers, etc.). Have them complete the worksheet by counting out the amount of objects they "have" (according to the worksheet) and then count how many more they "need" to make ten. This
Do your standards include teaching your students about community helpers? After teaching this, use this riddle template and have students write riddles about a specific community helper (examples included for firefighter and police officer). On the
Fundations aligned beginning sound practice worksheet for letters t, b, f, n, and m. The student says the picture name aloud, isolates the beginning sound, then writes the letter on the line. (Answer Key: From top to bottom - t, b, f, n, m, f, n, m,
This is for beginning readers who need practice reading the sight word, see. I have my students highlight the sight word, then read the sentence while pointing to the words. The pictures are helpful for students still learning to read.
After learning a letter, have students sort their names according to whether or not they have that letter in their name (this is a great activity during arrival to help with attendance). Then, have students fill out the ten frames and answer the
Math Game to reinforce counting on to 20. Student directions: Drop a place marker on the number grid. Say the number that it lands on out loud! Count up to 20 from that number. Color in the box. Continue until your whole grid is colored in!
This booklet is meant to support the kindergarten standard that objects and materials can be sorted and described by their properties. Students practice sorting objects by shape, size, color, and texture.
Use this as supplemental practice for a kindergarten math lesson on graphing data. Students practice classifying objects into given categories; counting the numbers of objects in each category, sorting the categories by count, and comparing
Do you let your students buddy read during center rotations? In order to make sure students are in fact doing so, have them fill out a Buddy Reading Form. What book did they read? Who did they read it with? Did they like the book? What pages did
This writing paper goes with the book The Gingerbread Boy by Richard Egielski. After reading the book, have students brainstorm what they would do if they caught the gingerbread boy. Would they make him a home? Would they eat him? Would they make