This powerpoint gives great visuals of important and recognizable landmarks in San Antonio. From The Alamo to Sea World to the famous "boots" at Northstar Mall. Kids will love the pictures and want to shout out "I've been there!"
This is a system we do in our district to use as an addition stratgy. The numbers have touch points that the students can visually see and tap as needed to help count. Students tap once on each solid dot and tap twice on all dots that have a
If you are like me and easily lose track of missing assignments because you forgot to give a student missed work due to them being absent this sheet may help. Place on students desk and fill out throughout the day when specific work must be made up.
This is a great center when reviewing nouns. Student completes on box at a time in order to cover up. Goal is to get 3 in a row. I print and paste to construction paper, then laminate foe everyday use.
Students must sound out a word to find out the missing vowel/consonant in these cvc patterned words. Missing letters can be in the beginning, middle, or end of a word. You can choose to use the provided letter tiles or have students use a dry erase
Everybody loves Dinosaurs. This is an excellent enrichment activity or extension for those students who need challenging. Webquests are also great for class projects or for assignments your students can do in the computer lab.
Greate Visuals for ELL learners and just the young kiddos in general. Very colorful! Kids will love it. Great way to introduce symbols unit in Social Studies. Great as a lab project as well with your class.
This is great as a center or an activity that could be introduced in a small group setting. There is two levels to this activity depending on student need. Level one is basic beginning sound match. Level 2 is matching picture to word.
If you are teaching your students the differences between a left brain and right brain thinker then this is the perfect assessment for it. It's also a good lesson just for fun or as an extra during Science and Social Studies.
This is a great review once place value has been introduced and practiced. This can be printed and given as a worksheet or laminated for a center. Our district provides us with clear pocket communicators which are great for sheets like this. Just
I use these with my 1st and 2nd graders when they have really mastered cointing mixed coins. They love this activity. I have my students use stamps to stamp the coins onto the recording sheet to match the value on the cards. Another option is to