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Free Bubble Gum Kids Clipart for Teachers & Students

Grab your FREE Bubble Gum Kids Clipart.

Make your classroom resources and educational products POP!! 

Along with the colors and hearts, these graphics also work great for Valentine's Day.

Best wishes!

St. Patrick's Day Freebie!

Have some fun with this free St. Patrick's Day Descriptive Writing resource!  Create a wanted sign for the leprechaun on the loose who is causing mischief in your classroom! It's a great way to practice adjectives, too. Click on the image below to see more!


Synonym Center Game

Hi from The Classroom Nook!

I've got an easy center for you to add to the mix for your next round of literacy activities.

It's called Synonym Slices!  
FREEBIE: Synonym Slices - A Matching Game

Cards and a recording sheet are included!  Grab it HERE!


Free George Washington Reading Comprehension Passage

⭐ Help your students become more confident readers with this fun and interactive passage about George Washington! Fun for morning work or guided reading around President's Day!

⭐ The passage is perfect for helping students build stamina and fluency while finding text evidence and learning about the first American President!

Get the free download HERE! 

Practice Public Speaking: My Special Object

The more students practice getting up in front of an audience, the easier it becomes. Students answer some questions about an object that is important to them and give a short speech about it.

To download My Special Object, please visit Artistry of Education @ Teachers Pay Teachers.

Place Value Task Cards

Task cards make learning and review so much more fun and hands on. They are a great way to get your students up and moving around the classroom, while still practicing the skill at hand. In this case, that skill is mastering place value. These free task cards practice skip counting, expanded form, comparing numbers, base ten blocks and more. 
Free place value task cards to help review base ten blocks, expanded form, standard form, word form, comparing numbers, skip counting and more.

Welcome Back Water Bottle Labels

Welcome your students back to school after winter break with these water bottle labels.
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They come in color and black and white.

Cause and Effect Practice

Sometimes you need a little extra practice for your students with cause and effect. If your students need some extra practice, grab this freebie! It will help your students make sense of cause and effect by clicking here or on the image below. If you download it, please leave feedback. I am so grateful when folks do so! Thank you so much!

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Long Vowel Scoot Game

Hello, Teaching Friends!

Who doesn't love a good game of Scoot? Moving around the room to show what you know? Yes, please, let's play this one again!

This Scoot game has 31 cards to fix the order of mixed up letters and make a long a words.

Here's a closer look at one of the cards.

A recording sheet and answer key are also included in this set.

Happy Teaching!

Paul Bunyan and Pop Up Books

It is so much fun to teach students about Paul Bunyan and all of the Tall Tale heroes.  I enjoy using Tall Tales as a way to teach my students about figurative language.  I especially love teaching hyperbole while learning about Paul Bunyan.  This inspired me to create this free Paul Bunyan and Hyperbole lesson to introduce my students to Paul Bunyan, and the concept of hyperbole.  I even added a fun section for students to create their own pop up books of Paul Bunyan.  My students truly love this, and I hope yours do too. Enjoy!!

Free Counting Puzzles - Counting by 1s, 2s, 5s and 10s

MATH Counting Puzzles

Counting and Skip Counting Puzzles
This resource contains 8 Counting and Skip Counting Puzzles. It has a fun animals theme.

 Counting is done by 1s, 2s, 5s, and 10s.

All you need to do is print, laminate, and cut the strips. Each puzzle is divided into 10 strips. Students put the puzzles into correct number order.

Different levels are included to allow for differentiation in your classroom.

The puzzles are aligned with Common Core Standards K.CC.1, K.CC.2, 1.NBT.5, 2.NBT.2

To obtain your copy of the puzzles, click on the picture above to go to my Teachers pay Teachers shop.

Have fun with math! :) 

Engage Advanced Mathematicians with Math Challenges 2-3

Three free math challenge and brain teaser activities for elementary students that can be used for centers, homework, small groups, math contracts, weekly challenges, or whole class problem solving. Fun for kids and easy for teachers (just print & go)! These printables are meant to be challenging for 2nd and 3rd grade students but can be used in 4th or 5th as reviews or bell work too.   
Click over to my blog to get the freebie!
These free math challenge and brain teaser activities for elementary students can be used for centers, weekly challenges, small groups, or whole class problem solving. Fun for kids and easy for teachers! Perfect for 2nd and 3rd grade.

Have a fab day Super Teacher!

Susan Berkowitz’s Free AAC From A to Z: P is for Planning

AAC users - like all language learners - learn through modeling; their communication partners use the AAC system when they are talking to them, simultaneously speaking and highlighting the key words with the AAC system.

It helps to plan out your interactions when you are new to providing intervention in AAC or are unfamiliar with your student’s system.  Think about what core words are used, which are your targets, and how you will use them during the activity. (If you haven’t already watched the video on Aided Language Stimulation, catch it here.)

  1. Identify potential targets within specific routines and activities.
  2. Select vocabulary to target; remembering to use more core words than nouns/labels.
  3. Provided the Aided Language Stimulation or modeling.
  4. Use expectant pauses, facial expressions, natural cues to encourage responses (but not demand them).
  5. Keep data collection simple; I just use hash marks for each function used per day.

Good Work, Amelia Bedelia

I don't know about you, but I love reading the Amelia Bedelia books. Peggy Parish has a delightful way of sharing figurative language through the antics of Amelia Bedelia. When I share these books with my students, they can't help but laugh and they beg for more.

Head over to my blog to find out more about this and get a free copy of activities to use with the book Good Work, Amelia Bedelia.


Practice counting numbers 1-12 with these free dinosaur clip cards. 

Pop over to Liz's Early Learning Spot to download them. They're in both color and black and white.

You'll also find links to 19 more free dinosaur learning activities.

Practice numbers 1-12 with these free dinosaur clip cards!

Till next time,