Great activity when introducing coins to your students! I liked doing this as a partner game.
Directions: Take a cup of nickels and pour them out onto the floor or table. Count the amount of nickels that landed on heads. Write the number in tally
Your students will fun while learning about contractions with this activity! This is a rainy day story that has contraction words embedded inside. The students are asked to highlight the contraction words and then write them next to the
Your kids will love this fin activity! Directions: Roll one die. Find the column that matches that number and color in the first word you see (starting from the bottom of the table). Read the bossy r word out loud and color in that box. Play until
A great activity to supplement the Eric Carl book, Do You Want To Be My Friend? Children can dictate or write words in speech bubble for the mouse after a class activity talking about proper ways to invite a friend into an activity.
Set up your classroom for a great 100th Day! Here is checklist that I usually staple or glue to the front of a pocket folder. That way, the kids can store their work inside the folder as they move around the centers.