Students can practice writing their spelling words for the week and you can sneak in some math practice too! Students use the value on the Scrabble Letter Tiles to determine the total value of their spelling words.
This is a great activity for students to show mastery of cirrus, cumulus, stratus cloud study. Students will draw an example of each cloud in the boxes provided and will then read, cut, and glue the clue box in the correct column.
This reading log is in Spanish. To hold my third grade students accountable for their reading, students fill in their reading logs each night. There is a page for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Concepts addressed throughout the week
Students can practice writing their spelling words for the week and you can sneak in some math practice too! Students use the value on the Scrabble Letter Tiles to determine the total value of their spelling words. This download will include an
This is a fun one pager that students can fill out so that their classmates can get to know them a little better on the first day of school. You can decide to compile all of them and create a class book or what I do is I run the printable through a
This is an activity that allows students to add with and without regrouping. Then they must sort their answers as even or odd and write them under the correct column. There are 3 English Handouts accompanied by their 3 Spanish versions.
This is great for meet the teacher night. Parents fill in the information for their child. I will cut mine in half (there are 2 per page) and put a ring through it to keep it right by my door or phone for quick access.
These are colorful objective headers that are in English and Spanish. It includes:
All you need to do is print them out, fold them in half, glue the halves together, and laminate. On English days of the
This is an easy Spanish Multiplication I Have Who Has game focuses on multiplying by 0, 1, 2, 5 and is all in Spanish. There are two versions. One version includes numbers while the other version is only words.
I created these bilingual day of the school week labels to fit magazine holder bins. They help in organizing all of the handouts/materials you will be using on that particular day. Labels are in English and Spanish. Simply laminate, cut, and tape
If your campus follows any kind of bilingual model, you can use these cute little mini posters to display the language of the day...red is in Spanish and Blue is in English. I would suggest that you print them out on card-stock and then laminate
This is an easy and fun way for kiddos to practice reading and writing their word wall words. All the students need to do is fill in the blank squares by using words from their word wall. All you (the teacher) need to do is have a list of your word