Get through Math Workshop with a breeze using this bright station rotation bulletin board set! The colors included in this set consist of pink, turquoise, lime green, and periwinkle.
In this set, you'll receive 18 pages of bulletin board
This easy, sweet, & CHEAP Valentine's Day gift is one that will leave your students feeling happy and excited! I've purchased heart shaped crazy straws, cut out these labels, and attached a Kool-Aid packet with yarn.
These tags come in four
This oh-so-popular "I have..." "Who has...?" game will make learning and understanding those tricky contractions fun and exciting! 32 cards in this set including a "START" and a "STOP" card.
Always a hit in my classroom. Enjoy!
Test your students' knowledge of contractions with Contraction Scoot! This game includes 20 task cards, a recording sheet, an answer key, and game directions.
Such a fun way to practice, review, and/or test your students' knowledge of contractions!
Sea Turtle Life Cycle: This resource contains activities focused around information about and the life cycle of a sea turtle.
This resource includes:
-Sea Turtle Life Cycle Poster (2 versions)
-Cut & Glue Sea Turtle Life Cycle Sort Worksheet
A fun and simple way to let students spell and explore their spelling words or word work words. Your students will chose a word, roll a dice, and practice away! My kiddos got a kick out of the funny options they could roll. Enjoy!
Students can practice adding tens to a two-digit number using this roll and spin worksheet. Use as a hands-on game during math stations to avoid the chaos that can come along with students playing hands-on games in partners or groups! Enjoy!
If you're in the Christmas spirit, use this fun holiday inspired double digit addition match-up game to get your students engaged! Students will match up each present with an addition problem to a bow with the correct sum.
Print, laminate, cut,
Fix the Broken Hearts!
Engage your students using this hands-on compound word sort! It was a HUGE hit with my kiddos! You can use it during small groups, as an assessment, or just for fun! To prep, you'll need to "break" the hearts by cutting them