I hope you all enjoy this activity as much as my kiddos did! I would normally do this as a small center in the classroom and have them put it together using paper. Since we are currently learning virtually, I decided to turn it into a PowerPoint!
English Language Arts, Reading, Other (ELA)
1st, 2nd, 3rd
PowerPoint Presentations, Activities, Literacy Center Ideas
Greetings! As an intervention specialist I work with tier 2 and tier 3 kiddos all day. The strategies I use for comprehension and fluency are more than the ones that are on this file. If you are interested please let me know and I will add them.
Hi! I hope you all enjoy this freebie! I use this student center with my 4th and 5th graders and they love it! If you would like the paper copy I will have the link for you. All you need is a timer and a kiddo that is ready for a fun game! If you
I was inspired by a TPT-er. Since my K-Kiddos are having a difficult time identifying the lowercase letters (a, b, d, e, l, and t) I decided it could be fun to include them in a roll and color worksheet. Once I figure out how to include an editable
Since I am teaching virtually, it is becoming more difficult to share my screen and have my kiddos engaged while doing interventions. I recommend this to be teacher/parent lead since you will have to move the circles around to reveal the number and