Who doesn't love playing the classic game of Go Fish. Now have your students play it with sight words (editable)! Great way to practice reading the words and can be used as a literacy center.
I recommend printing on cardstock and/or gluing each
A fun way for students to practice literacy and math skills while watching and celebrating the Super Bowl! Great for homework or center activity! And its editable so you can change the skills to fit your grade!
Great for a bulletin board for Super Bowl or any time during football season! The students can write their first or last name on the jersey and you can have them write anything you'd/they'd like! Enjoy!
A fun and engaging writing activity for the 100th day of school! Editable so you can change the grade level or anything you'd like. Students love writing their own books and this is a nice quick activity too!
What a fun way for students to practice their sight words while being "detectives" and cracking codes. Use this as a literacy center by laminating it and having students use dry erase markers to write in the sight words.
Motivate your students to learn their sight words (or really anything you want to)! This is a class chart that you can write (or type) your students names in and allow them to put a sticker next to their name when they learn sight words. Each time
A fun word work center game for all grades! Spin a sight word using a pencil and a paper clip as the spinner and graph the words that you spin by writing the words in the box below the word that was spun. Students can play alone or with a friend.
My students love being authors and writing their own book. This can be used with Lucy Calkins writers workshop. Just print double sided (as many pages as you'd like the book to be) and then use blank paper for front cover/title page and back cover.
My littlest Broncos fans are too excited about winning the Super Bowl to concentrate so this was a great activity for them to do when coming in Monday morning to practice this week's sight words. The words are editable so you can change them for
My students LOVE this game in the winter. Get a small box, cover it in white paper, and cut a hole in it. Then you can get dye cuts of fish and write math addition and subtraction problems on them, ten frames, sight words, letters....anything you