This recording sheet can be used as an easy-to-switch literacy center. Write five complete sentences on sentence strips, then cut apart the strips. Mix up the cards and put them in baggies. Students then have to piece together the words to create a
This book breaks down the part of Tennessee that first graders are expected to know. There is a page for labeling major cities, rivers, lakes, and landforms in Tennessee. A great resource for practicing labeling and map skills!
This resource shows students where Tennessee is in relation to the United States. Students will then label major landforms and our country's capitol. Great way for students to see where they are on the map!
These fun printables are the perfect way for your students to review their phonics skills! Just add dice and you are ready to roll! These printables include short vowels, long vowels, s-blends, r-blends, l-blends, digraphs, and vowel teams. Just in
These recording sheets will make a wonderful addition to any states of matter unit. Students will observe different solids and liquids and record their properties. After classifying different states of matter, they will combine substances and record
After learning about magnetic and non-magnetic properties, your students will go on a scavenger hunt throughout their classroom, classifying familiar objects as magnetic or non-magnetic. Fun activity to wrap up a unit on magnetism!