This is a set of uppercase and lowercase letters in a large chalkboard font to be made into mats. Print on cardstock and laminate and/or put into sheet protectors to make into mats. These can then be used for students to use clay, playdough, or wiki
Worksheets/work mats for students to practice pre addition/subtraction skills. I've made this to use with a dice, focusing on numbers 1-6. There are different versions here for you to use to differentiate within your classroom. You can print these
Meant to be used during a 1:1 conference with students so that they can add their input, self-assess, and learn what his/her new goals will be for this unit. I made this to use during the All About Book/Informational writer's workshop unit.
These are display icons for each "talk move" for you to put up in your classrooms to help you remember to use these "moves"! Though typically used with math curricula, these talk moves are useful for class discussions across all disciplines. Each
This is a t-chart designed for students to sort pictures for the sounds for "o" and "a" (short vowel sounds). There are 6 pictures provided for beginning sounds and 6 pictures provided for middle sounds - choose whichever set your students need
These pumpkin themed calendar cards are especially appropriate for October and November calendars in grades K-2! Print, cut, and laminate for long-term use! These could also be used as number flash cards and/or at a math center.
This is a fun worksheet/activity that makes a great class book! Combining math and literacy, students are expected to write the letters of their first name in the boxes in the ten frame, count the letters in their name to fill in the first sentence,
These mats are designed for students to use play dough, clay, or wiki sticks, (or whatever else you may have!) to form the numbers 1-10. Each page has a ten frame on the bottom so after students mold the numbers, they can use the play dough or clay