# The Owl Nest

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Easy and simple worksheet to help supplement any lesson that has students learn to make 5. A quick introduction to number sense and early introduction to addition. Goes great with the Go Math! Kindergarten curriculum.
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A short, simple PowerPoint to help introduce the concept of cause and effect. Includes definitions, examples, and the Cause and Effect song lyrics and audio that goes to the tune of the Addams' Family song.
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Informal assessment to test student's knowledge on the shape, triangle.
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Students can enjoy using Ten Frames with this simple worksheet. Students just need some crayons to color in the matching number of boxes that match the number on the pumpkins.
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Help your students learn how to find missing addends in addition equations. Ten frames are provided to help students learn to use drawings or objects to help find the answer. You may have your students write the equation again in the blank spaces if
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An easy informal formative assessment to help you see if students grasp the concept of what a circle is. Includes a writing activity as well so students can practice writing the word.
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This is an interactive handout that has students draw and classify solids and liquids. This particular set is made to match the Root Beer Float Activity.
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A cute and easy assessment that can be used to test students on their knowledge of shapes. This packet includes worksheets that cover circles, triangles, squares, rectangles, hearts, diamonds, and stars.
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A cute and easy review or exit ticket in which students use counting strategies and number recognition to determine which is greater than or less than the other.
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A simple formal assessment or review worksheet.
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Help your students learn to recognize their sight words by having them do a simple search and find. Students will color the words a certain color. Give students something fun and challenging. Great for literacy stations.
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Use this template to create your own versions of sight word I Spy. Change the words or the amount of words needed throughout the school year and keep for an easy go to literacy station.
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Help students learn to recognize letters in different fonts with this fun and easy worksheet that can be used as a quick review or literacy center.
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Help your students learn their sight words better with this hands-on cut and paste activity with a cute winter theme.
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Have your students practice using and creating sentences with these easy to read decodable sentences. Students will need to read, cut and paste, write and illustrate a sentence.
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Students can have a fun, engaging way to learn sight words.
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I am currently a pre-service teacher in my last year of college. I am placed in a Kindergarten classroom and I absolutely love it! When making my lesson plans for college and for my residency, I like to create my own worksheets and so I decided to upload them here either for free or for really cheap. Any advice or notes would be appreciated!

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I currently attend East Tennessee State University in the pursuit of a K-6 Education license. I am a senior in the Residency program.