This packet focuses on the concept "How everyone is special". The packet includes a homework letter for parents, a worksheet for students to write about what makes them special and a book cover for a classroom book.
This PowerPoint can be used as a whole group shared writing experience. Pose the written question to your students and allow them think time. Then have them share their response to a student partner. After randomly select a student to create a
This packet includes material to assist in building a classroom graph to find out how each student gets to school and simple repetitive readers. This is a fun way to get to know how your students to get to school.
This packet was created to assist young students in counting and identifying numerals in written form. There are five tracing papers for the numerals 0-4 and a flip book which counts backwards from 4 to 0. This packet is a great fit with other free
This packet includes numeral tracing sheets 5-10 and a number flip-book. This packet was created to assist young students in counting 5 to 10 objects and identifying the numeral that represents that amount in written form. This packet accompanies
This packet includes a recording booklet to assist young students in decomposing the number five. The booklet is focused on collecting red and green apples to make the number five. The packet also includes two simple readers for students.
This packet focuses on the concept "Who is in your family ?". The packet includes a homework letter for parents, a worksheet for students to write a sentence on who is in their family and a book cover for a classroom book.
This is a reflective journal that corresponds with the concept covered in the Wonders Reading Program for Smart Start Week 2. I created this journal to allow my students to draw and write about the concepts we discuss in class.
Students will need a fun sized bag of Chocolate candies. They are asked to sort, compare and match-up their candies to find the amounts with in five that are greater than and less than. There are also short readers to help the students review the
This packet has Halloween character flashcards to assist student in identifying numbers that come after and before within ten. It has two readers. One focuses on the numbers that come after and the other reader ask students what number comes before
This package was created to assist students in understanding the meaning of the sign for addition. Students are to work with watercolors. The directions ask the students to color in the palettes with a primary color and then to add the two colors
Students will trace the numbers that form addition equations and then color picture linking cubes to visually see the different combination patterns. Students will also be able to a play addition match-up game with cards. Students will also be able
This packet allows students to take the response question home as homework and write about it with their parents. The packet includes a parent letter so that parents are aware of what is being discussed in the classroom and colored and uncolored
I created this journal for my students to use during the third week of the
Wonders Start Smart. It was my hope that as we reflected on the posed questions from the week and after reflections I and the students would write.
This is in conjunction with the free packet Adding Number Combinations 2 through 4. Similar to that packet, students will trace the numbers that form addition equations and then color picture linking cubes to visually see the different combination
The focus of this math center card game is to assist students in learning what numbers are greater than within 1 to 10. The game is played very similar to the card game war. On each of the cards faces the students will be able to count building
POW! is a card game that student can easy learn and then play with other students during literacy centers or as a fast finisher. The focus is on assisting students to learn the five basic vowels and their sounds.
This package contains black lines to help create four different flip-books. The student is to trace the equation and fill in the missing addend on the top flap. The student can self-check their answer by lifting the top flap and seeing the same