Kindergarten popcorn word checklist.
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I use this assessment checklist to assess student's knowledge of sight words. I let them use a different color pen (different color pen for different dates
Mini Field Trip Reports are half a sheet of paper/there are 2 forms on each page.
A simple activity for the moment you get back from a field trip. I created this when I found out we were going to be returning from a field trip 30 minutes before
Use this weekly homework, reading log and notes home sheet to help cut down on the time spent during the binder/folder check! Use this in a home folder or communication binder for any grade! This is a WORD document (created on a mac) that is
Easy way to track sight word mastery.
Print a copy for yourself to use to mark and a copy for them to read.
You could also use as a tracking form and print off the sight words from McGraw Hill Wonders if you use that series. Talk with
These posters are up on our wall all year in our "Math" section. In our class we solve math problems using "backwards W.E.L.D." (diagrams, labels, equation, and then words) to make sure we answer all parts of the problem and get as many points as
I can multiply a number fluently!
I can skip count to help me multiply!
Open spaces to be used with ANY number and 13 slots to practice multiplication facts for that factor (0-12).
I use this activity for students who are having trouble
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This is the non-editable version for the one that you can edit please visit my store! We use the clipup and clipdown chart so our colors might not
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Get your students reading words that POP UP everywhere! I ask my
I give kids snap cubes (different numbers, based on their knowledge of multiplication) and ask them to split them into 2 equal groups, then pick them up and ask them to think of them of something they REALLY LOVE! Then draw that amount in their