I made this resource to track Dojo points/goals week to week. On my Dojo, I display the positive and negative points so I created a tracker that allowed students to record all types of points. There is a section for teacher comments and one for
I made this product to help with sight word practice. The way I use it is I have word cards with their adjoining letters in a bag (I usually put 4-5 words in each bag). Students will use their bag to build the words, then bubble write, rainbow
I created and use this resource as a sight word data tracker. For each of the sight word assessments, BOY, MOY, EOY, I calculate the percentage mastered and provide focus words for the child to take home (there is enough space for plenty of focus
As an extension activity, I created this comparison practice. Students will draw the base blocks to accompany the number, draw their greater than/less than comparison symbol, and write a comparison sentence.
*I have my students label "L" for least
I use this resource for a math station. Students roll numbers and record them in the top circles. Then, they order these numbers (they have a place to label their number line with "L" for least and "G" for greatest so it's clear which way they're
This activity is great for morning work, early finishers, or a math station. I have students roll to generate both numbers and then draw their comparison sign in the middle. This can be done with 1, 2, or 3-digit numbers!
I use this as daily practice, homework, stations, or early finisher work. I either provide students with numbers or allow them to roll for their numbers. The first page includes a place for the number in standard and written form, as well as the