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GRADES K-2 READING BUNDLE

17 products specific for grades K-2 reading teachers! Over 1,400 pages of resources!

RESOURCE ONE: Blending Trains

Pages: 76  

BLENDING TRAINS: Smooth Blending & Word Reading Kit.

It includes short vowels: a, e, i, o, and u.

Blending Trains were created and intended to help students with the following skills:

  • Blend words smoothly while reading
  • Increase reading fluency
  • Improve overall phonics skills
  • Build phonological awareness by blending sounds into words
  • Encourage students in better understanding the concept of the alphabetic principle in decoding / reading and spelling

These activities are great for introducing smooth blending, small group instruction, RTI reading intervention groups, guided reading focus lesson, and independent practice.

There are three different levels of support with the Blending Trains. You will easily be able to meet the needs of all of your students.

Included in the Blending Trains KIT:

  • Answers to your questions about smoothly blending while reading
  • Additional activities, tips, and interventions for students that are not making acceptable progress
  • 162 total Blending Trains with 3 levels of reading support
  • Version 1: Blending Train with word
  • Version 2: Blending Train with word and picture support
  • Version 3: Blending Train with picture support and no words (phonemic awareness skill)
  • Blending Train Word List (4 versions)
  • Blending Train handout for students that are ready to move to the next step
  • Blending Train printable COLOR VERSION for adding to a literacy station and is an added piece of ACCOUNTABILITY

This Kit comes in the format of PDF and there are 76 pages including the covers and final pages.

What teachers are saying: “Love the differentiation within this product. I use these during small group with my different levels!”  

These work great during my RTI group.

"This resource is great for students who are learning to blend.  The pictures will help my ESL students learn vocabulary as they connect the picture to the word.  The pictures also support students so they have a reference. They can check if the picture represents the word they blend.  Thank you for this GREAT resource!"  

RESOURCE TWO: Phonics Mega Word Sorts

Pages: 44  

This phonics word sort mega packet includes 46 different word sorts! I have them in the packet according to difficulty level starting with CVC words and going all the way through soft and hard g and c. There are also sorts on blends, (including the 3 letter blends), vowel pairs, digraphs, dipthongs, r-controlled vowels (bossy r), silent consonants, and prefixes and suffixes.

It is perfect for reading centers, stations, rotations, partner work, RTI, small groups, early finishers, homework, and independent practice.


Do a word sort a week and this will last you all year!

This fits Common Core Standards:

1.RFS.3

2.RFS.3

What teachers are saying: “I have used these word sort sheets with my first grade tutoring students who need extra practice with specific phonics rules. Great reinforcement for some of the confusing sounds like short and long "ea". Thank you!”  

I used these to go along with my Wilson Reading Zoom sessions and individual review of words.  The word sorts are great for students who have already completed paper/pencil activities to use as  a review.  They are great to use as an intro to a new phonics skill.  Overall, good resource for remote learning.  I copied on colored paper and laminated for durability and repeated use at home or at school.

"Just what I was looking for to practice word families.  Thank you!"  

RESOURCE THREE: Word Boxes Bundles  

Pages: 88  

These Word Boxes Write On Wipe Off Task Cards Bundle are perfect for differentiating phonics skills and for reading centers, stations, or rotations and for early finishers when students complete their work.

After laminating or putting in plastic sleeves students can write on the cards with dry erase markers and wipe them off.

These fun word boxes will help children become better spellers while they sound out the words.

The boxes also help children learn with handwriting as they learn to go to the top, middle, or below in the boxes making it easier to then transfer to lined paper.

This bundle of Word Boxes includes:

• CVCCVCe

• Vowel Pair

• R-Controlled Vowels

• Digraph

• Silent Letter

• S Blends

• R Blends

• L Blends

• Diphthongs

• Trigraphs

• LE Ending Sounds

What teachers are saying: “These letter boxes are just what my special ed students needed. It is a great way to scaffold spelling activities.  Thank you.”  

Students love these. They were easy for me to print and use.

"My kids loved using these this year!"

RESOURCE FOUR: Pirate Literacy Activities Beginning Consonant Sounds 

Pages: 66

This versatile phonics resource offers multiple opportunities for your little pirates to practice beginning consonant sounds. 


This packet has large and small clip cards for initial consonant sounds in color and blackline formats. 

They may be used as clip cards, punch and practice cards, bingo dabber activities, no-prep printables, fine motor pom-pom practice pages, file folder activities, write and wipe activities, and for assessment purposes. The cards are great for morning tubs, early finishers, literacy centers, independent practice, informal assessment, and take home activities.

This resource can be used to supplement any phonics program. There is no specific order of use for the cards. You may use as many or as few of the cards as necessary to meet the needs of individual learners, to address a specific lesson, or to supplement your phonics program.

This resource has the following components:

• 22 Beginning Consonant Sounds Color Clip Cards (approx. 8.75 in. wide X 5.8 in. tall)

• 22 Beginning Consonant Sounds Blackline Clip Cards (approx. 8.75 in. wide X 5.8 inches in. tall)

• 22 Beginning Consonant Sounds Color Clip Cards (approx. 5.75 in. wide X 3.8 in. tall)

• 22 Beginning Consonant Sounds Blackline Clip Cards (approx. 5.75 in. wide X 3.8 in. tall)

• Answer Key

PLEASE NOTE: The images on each set of consonant sounds cards are the same. The cards are just offered in the varied sizes and color formats. The smaller cards in blackline format offer an economical solution to provide an entire set of cards for practice at home for each learner in your class.

Each card has 7 images associated with the initial sound addressed by the card, so you will need to provide 7 clothespins for each clip card you are using.

The smaller cards are sized to fit in a dollar store 4 X 6 inch photo album. They are also sized to cut and paste into notebooks or journals.

All beginning consonants sounds are covered with the exception X. Separate pages are included for the Soft C and Soft G Beginning Consonant Sounds.

Most images are familiar things that little learners will immediately recognize. A few images (such as quill or zeppelin) may offer vocabulary expansion opportunities for some learners.

Buyers Outside the USA Please Note: A US quarter coin is used for the beginning Q. An image of George Washington is used for the beginning Soft G sound.

The activities in this packet support the ELA Common Core Standards for Phonics and Word Recognition, Print Concepts, Conventions of Standard English, and Vocabulary Acquisition and Use.

What teachers are saying: “Great product! I love how easy it was to assemble and ready to use. I  printed mine on cardstock and have my students practice with clothespins which also helps build up fine motor skills highly recommend this product!”  

These are terrific for my morning tubs and I love the pirate theme!

"I plan on using these for my early finishers.  They will be perfect."  


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RESOURCE FIVE: Kindergarten Easy Reader Interactive Farm Books

Pages: 49  

Who is in the Barn? is another addition my farm unit. These two books are designed for for beginner readers and are easy to put together and use over and over again.

• Book one works on word recognition skills by having students read the sentence and put the correct animal in the barn.

• Book two works on word recognition skills by having students look at the animal in the barn and put the correct word in the sentence.

Designed especially with the SPED student in mind, interactive books improve expressive and receptive language skills while allowing children with poor fine motor and attention skills to participate. Interactive books also allow children with no verbal skills to participate in the reading process by using eye gaze. 

Included in this set:

* 2 interactive color books

* 2 black and white versions of the same books for the children to cut and paste  

What teachers are saying: “I can't wait to use this book!  So easy to put together too!

"What a great interactive book! A fun way to practice in/out and farm animals with my special education kids. Thanks for a wonderful book!"

"Saved me so much time, thanks!"


RESOURCE SIX: Common Core Writing {Narrative, Persuasive, and Informational Bundle}

Pages: 224  

This bundle includes narrative, persuasive and informational materials that cover CCSS writing standards for 1st-3rd grades. Here is the breakdown for each packet within the bundle:

Informational:

Mini Poster

Anchor Chart

Informational writing rubric and checklist for self check, buddy check and teacher check

How to graphic organizer

{All pages come with 2 versions of writing paper}

How to _________

How to wash a dog

How to make a PB&J

How to make your bed

How to bake a cake

How to build a snowman

How to carve a pumpkin

All about topics include:

bees

butterflies

pigs

snakes

elephants

fish

turtles

sharks

monkeys

{Each animal includes 2 graphic organizers and 2 versions of writing paper}

Autobiography graphic organizer {2 versions}

and writing paper {2 versions}

Person research graphic organizer and writing paper {2 versions}

Animal research graphic organizer, prewriting paper, and final draft writing paper {2 versions}

Writing process clip chart

Persuasive:

Mini Posters {persuasive, fact, and opinion}

Anchor Chart

Persuasive writing rubric and checklist for self check, buddy check and teacher check

OREO chart

OREO graphic organizers

Why I should get to stay up late organizer and 2 writing paper versions

Letter writing templates

generic graphic organizers

The following persuasive topics include a graphic organizer and 2 versions of writing paper:

Getting someone to read your favorite book

Should you get allowance if you don’t do anything

Which is better: cats or dogs

Is summer the best season

What is the best movie to watch

These topics include a graphic organizer for students to draw a picture and list three reasons why they should have what they drew:

A toy you want

A pet you want

What you want to eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Persuasive book review

Vote for me organizer

4 corner writing graphic organizers. Topics include:

Should students get 30 extra minutes of recess

Should kids under 18 be allowed to have a cell phone

Should all students wear school uniforms

Should students have P.E. everyday

All of the above come with 2 versions of writing paper

Writing process clip chart

Narrative:

Mini Poster

Anchor Chart {narrative and personal narrative}

Transitional Words poster

Narrative writing rubric and checklist for self check, buddy check and teacher check

7 Generic narrative graphic organizers

Personal narrative topics each with 2 versions of writing paper:

My favorite vacation

The best field trip

A great day with my family

My best day at school

My favorite birthday

Adding descriptive details, sensory details, and describing an action organizers

Narrative topics each with 2 versions of writing paper:

I had just put the scarf on my snowman when……

I found a set of mysterious footprints that led to……

When I woke up there was a duck in my room talking to me……

I went on a walk at night and ran right into a skunk……

I went to bed as me but woke up as mom/dad/dog……

A good story needs a…… chart

Good Hooks and Good Endings sheet for students

Writing process clip chart

What teachers are saying: “I use this resource every year!

"This pack offers a very simple, step-by-step instruction to writing. The anchor charts are great for my 3rd graders and they will be referring to them all year. I also love the options for editing - it can be done by my high learners without instruction and is easy enough for my low learners to use with a little guidance."

"I really like this resource as it has a simple planning page for the students to use before writing. Great resource!"

RESOURCE SEVEN: Reading Mini Lesson Strategies with Graphic Organizers

Pages: 85  

This packet is full of ideas to help you plan and teach reading mini lessons with your class. You will have materials to teach reading strategies that all good readers need. There are even independent practice materials so they can practice what they learned. Great for whole or small group instruction

Maybe you already teach this way but want some fresh ideas and strategies. or maybe you are new to this but aren't sure where to begin? This packet has 15 different strategies with everything you need (minus the books) to hold your mini lessons. Even if you don't teach common core these strategies are ones that all good readers need.

Each mini lessons will include

*a mini lesson statement

*the common core standard it aligns to

*suggested books to use when teaching the lesson

*ideas for how to teach the lesson

*a mini poster

*questions to ask during the lesson

*questions to ask after independent practice

*an organizer to use whole group as you teach the lesson (we have a poster maker at my school. I turn the whole group organizer into a poster and laminate and record answers with a dry erase marker. If you do not have a poster maker you can still display on the overhead and record answers)

*an organizer for students to use during independent practice

The mini lessons included in this packet are:

text to self connection

text to text connection

text to world connection

making and adjusting predictions

making a mental picture or image

using text features

problem and solution

summarizing the text

main idea and supporting details

author’s purpose

cause and effect

comparing and contrasting texts

asking questions

recognizing literary elements

retelling

What teachers are saying: “Great product.  It had everything I needed to teach the comprehension strategies.

"As a media specialist, I need mini lessons to reinforce lessons that classrooms teachers are teaching. This bundle is perfect for that. While there are book suggestions, it is not written in stone that I have to use that book. I can use a book that I prefer."

"These are fabulous!  I use this with my multi-grade reading group."

RESOURCE EIGHT: Interactive Read Alouds {January-May Bundle}

Pages: 350  

This is all of the interactive read aloud lessons to get you through January-May.

Interactive read alouds are a great way to teach important reading skills while having the students stay focused and involved. When teaching with this method, students will be listening, thinking, talking with a partner, writing, sharing and so much more. Each week there will be one main standard to be focused on but other standards will also be tied in just as a brief introduction of that skill or a review.

These lessons were designed for a 1st grade classroom but could easily be used with kindergarten and 2nd grade as well.

What's Included in the full version:

Each month will include 4 weeks of daily lessons.

You will be given:

*”When we talk we….” rules poster

* Can label for I can statement.

*Weekly vocabulary words and ideas for hand gestures to use with them.

*Ideas for your anchor charts

*Vocabulary cards

*I can and skill poster for your anchor chart

*Writing response slips with the day they are to be used listed on them.

*Essential question for each story

*Questions to ask while reading to get students involved.

*A clickable link to purchase the book (most can be found used for less than $5).

*Each part of the lesson has the standard being covered listed beside it.

*Multiple standards covered in one week.

*Culminating activities for the end of each week. 

What teachers are saying: “These are very thoughtfully put together.

"Excellent!"

"I love these!"

RESOURCE NINE: Sight Words Fluency Practice

Pages: 97  

⭐ Your beginning readers will thrive with these fun, no prep pages, designed to help students practice sight words in context! 

Each page builds on the previous words practiced, so students will build fluency and confidence as they progress through the pages! 

⭐ For each word, students will read 2 sentences that include the word, trace the sentences, then cut and paste the words to construct each sentence, helping to reinforce correct sentence structure as well. Picture clues are included to help students read new words. 

⭐ These pages are no prep for you, and easy for students to complete as morning work, or in a literacy center! 

⭐ Keep in a reading folder, or glue the pages in a notebook for students to go back and review! 

⭐ Includes a progress sheet for students to keep track of which sight words they have practiced. 

✅ Sight words included are: see, the, is, can, you, run, jump, in, to, and, it, for, look, go, big, little, not, said, up, play, here, come, we, down, my, me, where, help, make, find, funny, away, one, two , three, red, blue, yellow, he, was, that, she, on, they, but, at, with, all, there, out, be, have, am, do, did, what, so, get, like, this, will, yes, went, are, now, no, come, ride, into, good, want, too, pretty, four, saw, well, ran, brown, eat, who, new, must, black, white, soon, our, ate, say, under, please

What teachers are saying: “This is one of my top five favorite purchases.  Practices sight word AND puts it into text right away, PLUS works on caps and punctuation for sentences.  How can one beat that?  :-)

“I used this for morning work when we were working on sentence structure. It was a great tool and they enjoyed it. Thank you!”

“Excited to start using this resource.  Love the lay-out and the sentences are simple to teach/review basic sight words with picture support.  I may try having the students print the words in the spaces provided after playing games with the cut-out sight words on the bottom.  Thank you!”

RESOURCE TEN: Pre-Primer Interactive Foldable Sight Words

Pages: 88  

These foldable sight words can be used in any primary classroom! This will keep students engaged when learning the beginning sight words. This alleviates the hassle of losing worksheets for each word. You can keep all the words together easily! 

The foldable sight words are very interactive. The predictable pattern will be easy for your students to learn and be able to do independently every time. For each Dolch Pre-Primer word, the student will: 

-write the letters (letter boxes)

- count the letters

- differentiate between vowels and consonants

- trace it

- write it

- use the word in a sentence

- find the word (among other similar words)

These are easy to prep for students - simply print front and back for 2! These can even be done in centers, group work, or whole group. Great to keep for review the whole year!

What teachers are saying: “Super engaging way to look at sight words!”

“A wonderful center/small group activity.”

“These interactive foldable sight words activities are just what I needed to get my students engaged. We do this activity in small group.”


RESOURCE ELEVEN: Digital My First Journal - Writing with Prompts & Pictures for K - 1st Grade

Pages: 101  

Getting kids writing at an early age is challenging. Having to get them writing virtually is challenging times 10! Children can become overwhelmed when they can't think of an idea or vocabulary to use. This journal provides students with 33 different writing prompts, pictures with words, a box for inserting a picture, and another word bank with a variety of words to use to write a more detailed piece.

The prompts encourage the students to give reasons for their thinking as well. There are several persuasive writing prompts included as well.

What teachers are saying: “Love this for my online students!

“I used this for daily journal writing. I liked that various ability levels could do the activities.”

“I love using this digitally with my first graders.  Thank you for taking the time to create this!”

RESOURCE TWELVE: Beginning Sounds Snow Cones

Pages: 48  

Beginning Sounds can be tricky for young students and can be especially difficult when you add blends to the mix.

Beginning Sounds Snow Cones are a great way to introduce or master the skill of hearing those beginning sounds. With differentiated game boards and image cards these work with a variety of students and can be used as an independent center or a small group activity.

To assemble, simply print out the pieces that you wish to use. Laminate and cut out the boards and the game pieces. Use velcro or magnet tape to attach the pieces to the boards or just use as us.

To play, choose a beginning sound letter or blend and find the matching image cards, place them on the board.

There are several options for each sound so I suggest that you don't put them all out at the same time. Choose a few sounds to begin with and rotate through the options.

Another idea is to use this as a file folder game. Paste the boards in to a file folder & laminate the whole thing. Attach a zip top baggie to the back to hold all the individual game pieces.

If using as an independent center, consider using tablets to have kids record their answers.

This Beginning Sounds Snow Cones Game Includes:

√ 7 game boards with full color and ink-saving B&W versions

√ 78 Beginning Sound Letter & Blend Cards

√ 160 Beginning Sound Image Cards with Snow Cone Background

√ 160 Beginning Sound Image Cards with no Background

√ 160 Beginning Sound Image Cards with Words

√ Answer Key with list of each image matched with their beginning sound

Sounds and Words included in this set:

Long A - anchor, acorn, ant

Short A - apple, astronaut

B - banana, bear, bee

C - cake, cat

D - dog, dolphin, duck

Long E - eagle, easel

Short E - elephant, egg, envelope, engine

F - fish, football

G - girl, gorilla

H - hand, heart, house

Long I - ice cream, ice

Short I - igloo Indiana

J - jar, jam, jellyfish

K - key, kite, koala

L - ladybug, leaf, lion

M - mitten, moon, mouse

N - nest, nose, note

Long O - oval, orange, Ohio

Short O - octagon

P - pear, penguin, pig

Qu - quarter, queen

R - rainbow, rose, robot

S - sail, sand castle

T - tie, tomato, turtle, turkey

Long U - unicorn, ukulele, United States

Short U - umbrella, under

V - vase, violin, volcano

W - water bottle, watermelon, worm, window

Y - yogurt, yellow

Z - zebra, zipper

Ch - chain, chips & gauc, chipmunk

Sh - shamrock, shovel, shell, shower

Th - three, thumb, thief

Br - brown, brain, brush

Bl - blue, blimp, blender

Cl - clock, cloud, clue

Cr - crayon, cricket, crown, crab

Dr - drink, drop, dragon

Fl - fly, flag, flamingo, flip flop

Fr - fries, friends, frog, fruit

Gl - glue, globe, glasses

Gr - grandfather, grapes, grass, grill

Pl - plane, planet, play, plant

Sc - scarecrow, screw, screwdriver, scarf

Sk - ski, skunk, sky

Sl - sled, sloth, slug

Sm - smoke, smile, s'more

Sn - snail, snow, snow globe, snowman

Sp - space shuttle, spaghetti, speaker, spider

St - star, strawberry, statue, starfish

Sw - sweater, swing, swan

Tr - tree, triangle, troll, treasure chest, tray

Tw - twenty, twelve

What teachers are saying: “My student … loved how vibrant and colorful the pictures were. This kept them engaged.”


RESOURCE THIRTEEN: Surf Shop Ending Sounds

Pages: 33  

Ending Sounds can be tricky for young students and can be especially difficult when you add blends to the mix.

Surf Shop Ending Sounds are a great way to introduce or master the skill of hearing those ending sounds. With different game boards and image cards these work with a variety of students and can be used as an independent center or a small group activity.

To assemble, simply print out the pieces that you wish to use. Laminate and cut out the boards and the game pieces. Use velcro or magnet tape to attach the pieces to the boards or just use as us.

To play, choose a ending sound letter or blend and find the matching image cards, place them on the board.

There are several options for each sound so I suggest that you don't put them all out at the same time. Choose a few sounds to begin with and rotate through the options.

Another idea is to use this as a file folder game. Paste the boards in to a file folder & laminate the whole thing. Attach a zip top baggie to the back to hold all the individual game pieces.

If using as an independent center, consider using tablets to have kids record their answers.

Sounds and Words included in this set:

b - crab, tub, web, crib, cab

d - dad, sad, mad, glad, bed, mud

g - bag, tag, flag, leg, dog, frog, log, pig, wig, bug, rug, slug, mug

l - bell, yell, smell, ball

m - ham, jam, yam, mom, gem, swim, gum, drum

n - can, fan, man, pan, van, hen, skin,

p - cap, map, nap, cop, mop, stop, lip, chip, ship, cup

r - car, star, bear, tiger

s - bus, grass, grapes, dress, shoes

t - bat, hat, cat, mat, rat, net, wet, nut,

w - crow, mow, bow

x - box, fox, pickax,

ch - bench, lunch, torch, beach, ostrich, church,

ck - duck, truck, sick, brick, chick, rock, sock, block,

sh - cash, fish, brush, trash, wash

th - bath, sloth, earth, tooth, mouth

RESOURCE FOURTEEN: Pink Lemonade Short Vowel Sounds

Pages: 34  

Short Vowel Sounds can be tricky for young students and can be especially difficult when they are paired with long vowel sounds.

Pink Lemonade Short Vowel Sounds is a great way to introduce or master the skill of hearing those short vowel sounds. With different game boards and image cards these work with a variety of students and can be used as an independent center or a small group activity.

To assemble, simply print out the pieces that you wish to use. Laminate and cut out the boards and the game pieces. Use velcro or magnet tape to attach the pieces to the boards or just use as us.

To play, choose a ending sound letter or blend and find the matching image cards, place them on the board.

There are several options for each sound so I suggest that you don't put them all out at the same time. Choose a few sounds to begin with and rotate through the options.

Another idea is to use this as a file folder game. Paste the boards in to a file folder & laminate the whole thing. Attach a zip top baggie to the back to hold all the individual game pieces.

If using as an independent center, consider using tablets to have kids record their answers.

This Pink Lemonade Short Vowel Sounds Game includes:

√ 5 game boards (full color & ink-saving B&W versions)

√ 15 strawberry vowel cards (3 different versions including with short vowel symbol, without and capital)

√ 5 blank strawberries for lost cards

√ 120 short vowel cards with lemon slice background

√ 120 short vowel cards with no background

√ 120 short vowel cards with words

√ Answer key and word list for each short vowel sound.

Sounds and Words included in this set:

a - crab, dad, sad, mad, glad, bag, tag, flag, axe, ham, jam, yam, can, fan, man, pan, cap, map, nap, cab, bat, hat, cat, mat, rat, cash, bath, trash, alligator, grass, apple, panda, camel, manatee, van

e - web, bed, leg, bell, yell, smell, gem, hen, net, wet, tent, sled, egg, dress, vest, red, jet, nest, elephant

i - crib, pig, wig, swim, skin, lip, chip, ship, sick, brick, chick, fish, igloo, milk, gift, rib cage, chin, hippo, bin, mitt, rabbit

o - dog, frog, log, mom, cop, mop, stop, box, fox, rock, sock, block, sloth, ostrich, lock, flower pot, dot, hot, hot dog, hot chocolate, hot air balloon, moth, hedgehog, grasshopper

u - tub, mud, bug, rug, slug, mug, gum, drum, truck, cup, bus, nut, duck, brush, umbrella, lunch, grub, rose bud, puppy, cub, skunk

* some words have multiple short vowel sounds so follow the child to let them choose what they can hear.


RESOURCE FIFTEEN: Build a CVC Burger

Pages: 17  

CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) is a great way to teach reading. After letter sounds and symbols have all been mastered a child can begin sounding out letters and creating 2 & 3 letter words. Once this happens children are ready to take that next step toward reading.

Generally children at this point are not yet reading but are capable of doing what is known as 'word building' in which children are able to isolate sounds in two and three letter words and begin sounding them out.

In 1948 a list of the most frequently used words in the English language was compiled by Edward William Dolch, PhD. He compiled the list based on words used in children's reading books in the 1930s and 40s. The list contains 220 words that must be quickly recognized in order to achieve reading fluency.

The Dolch Word List, also called Sight Words or The Dolch 220, includes pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and verbs. Sight words make up 50 to 70 percent of any general text and many can't be sounded out but must be learned by "sight" (aka memorized). Therefore, teaching The Dolch Word List is a crucial goal of education in grades kindergarten through 3. The list is divided into grade levels.

This material is an excellent strategy and addition to any early childhood classroom.

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Included in this set are:

√ 3 Game Boards

√ 5 Vowel Burger Patties

√ 19 Consonant Bun Tops

√ 19 Consonant Bun Bottoms

√ 5 Vowel Cheese Patties (for the vegetarians :)

√ 212 Word Cards to Build

To Prep:

• choose your game boards (there are several options to choose from including full color or ink-saving black & white) or use them all for small group work.

• choose your game pieces, print them all for differentiation.

• laminate and cut out. (personally I prefer to laminate full pages & cut out the pieces but you do you).

* you can cut around the pieces completely out OR just cut the boxes, both will fit inside the game board spaces.

To Play:

√ choose a game piece and place on board (use velcro or magnet tape to help them stick but this isn't necessary)

√ find all the matching rhymes and add to the board (up to 3 although a few have extras).

There are a few extras that you can substitute in or use as an extension. *personally I suggest that you start with a few and build up, rotate out the game pieces for an extended play!

RESOURCE SIXTEEN: I Spy Letters Alphabet Recognition Activity

Pages: 26  

Are you looking for a fun and engaging activity to support your students with alphabet recognition? I Spy Letters is the perfect literacy center activity for students to practice letter recognition.

Each page features one focus letter. Students are asked to search a grid of letters, coloring the focus letter each time they find it. This repetitious search for each letter reinforces alphabet recognition.

These worksheets are (almost) self-correcting! When correctly completed, each page will reveal the focus letter in the letter grid. Each page reinforces both upper- and lower-case letters; and every letter of the alphabet is included as a focus letter.

I Spy Letters make an ideal addition to any literacy center.

You might also use them for early finishers, homework pages, or activities to leave for substitute teachers.

Includes 26 different I Spy pages (one per letter).

RESOURCE SEVENTEEN: Basic Skills BINGO

Pages: 14  

6 Different GAMES

1 Colors

2 Letters A-I

3 Letters J-R

4 Letters S-Z

5 Number 1-9

6 Shapes

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RESOURCE ONE: 1st Grade Morning Work Spiral Review Distance Learning (Unit 1)

Pages: 40  

1st Grade Morning Work Unit 1! This comprehensive Morning Work is a daily review that spirals the common core math standards and grammar, spelling, and writing skills for first grade. It is quick, but effective for learning, reviewing, and maintaining skills all year! Your kids will love getting started on their Daily Spiral Review every morning! Or it can easily be used as a Spiral Homework, in either a printable or digital format.

Your first graders' morning work, whether printable or digital, will actually work for them to master essential English Language Arts and Math skills by the end of the year through continual daily review. This strategy produced amazing results with my students, because they didn't forget what they had learned.

Common Core State Standards covered include:

*ELA - L.1.1, L.1.2

*Math - All Grade 1 Standards as the year progresses

The Language Arts Daily Edit portion of each printable provides two sentences to be edited (using editing marks) and then rewritten correctly as edited. It is more than just a simple "Fix the Sentence" activity. The sentences are designed to practice and spiral review the ELA Common Core Standards of editing, grammar usage, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling patterns. The comprehensive daily editing increases in difficulty and becomes second-nature over time, which helps to strengthen writing abilities in all areas. The sentences are aligned with the Reading Street First Grade reading series units, but can be used effectively with other first grade language arts program, such as Journeys, Wonders, Open Court, or as a supplement or guide for a self-created language arts program.

The Math Review portion is designed to practice and spiral review ALL First Grade Common Core Standards in a repetitive format that increases in difficulty over time, including 5 addition and/or subtraction facts on every page.

This Unit 1 packet consists of six weeks of Morning Work.

Included are:

*30 Morning Work practice pages

*Answer Keys

*Resource Background

*How to Use Common Core Morning Work

*Editing Marks poster- will serve as a constant reference for students; can be copied for each student, posted in the classroom or center, or projected.

What teachers are saying: “Amazing! I do not know what I did before I found this! The kids know exactly what to do and I don't have to explain anything. Routine, procedures, perfection! It spirals and is amazing!!!!”  

“This is perfection for my firsties.  I love the way it has several CCSS to review each and every day.  I can easily see what skill/standard by kiddos can do independently and what ones they need extra support for.  Great packet...I am sure I will be buying more in the future!!!!”

“EXCELLENT review for my students. Easy and effective.”  

RESOURCE TWO: Math Bundle For the Year {centers, games, crafts, assessments, and more}

Pages: 347  

If want your math standards for the whole school year then you found it. In this 355 page packet you will find pre and post tests, mini posters, games, centers, craftivities, task cards, and so much more. So many 2nd grade math standards are covered here and they can easily be used with 1st and 3rd grade as well for review or enrichment.

Includes:

• Common Core Geometry

• Common Core Number and Operations in Base Ten

• Common Core Operations and Algebraic Thinking

• Measurement and Data for 2nd Grade {Games, Crafts, Centers, and More}

What teachers are saying: I like your assessments!  The rest is great too!  Thanks!”  

“Amazing Product to use for math centers!”

“Very thorough!  Thank you!” 

RESOURCE THREE: No Prep Monthly Morning Work Basket Routine Bundle {August-May}  

Pages: 180  

If you are looking to simplify your morning work and have a fun and consistent routine for your class to follow all, year then check out these no prep morning work baskets!

Plus if you are looking for a bonus, once you get the cards ready the first year, they are ready for years to come. Just simply make the copies you need for that month all at once and you are good to go!

Each month consists of themed cards to match the month or season and focus on reading, language arts, and math. This routine is set up on a 5-day rotation basis so less copying for you. Students will be asked to read books (and complete an activity based on the book they read), complete math problems, or use morning basket sheets to complete each day’s activity and they get to pick what activity they want to complete each morning making it more fun for them. They will put all of their work in a morning basket work notebook that they will setup before they begin the month. When you need a quick grade, you can pull their notebooks and have an easy grade right there.

Don't teach 2nd? These cards could easily be used for 1st or 3rd grade as early finisher challenge cards or review cards. Download the preview to see samples of the activities, the morning work sheets, the basket labels, and a detailed description of how this is used in my room.

There are color and ink friendly versions included in this download.

What teachers are saying: “I have used this product two years in a row!  Makes morning work possible without a bunch on copies every morning.”  

“This has saved my mornings!”

“I never have to think about morning work again!”

RESOURCE FOUR: Numbers 10-20 Dot Marker Mystery Pictures

Pages: 15

⭐ This is a set of 15 fun worksheets for preschool or kindergarten students to practice colors and numbers 10-20.

⭐ Each worksheet focuses on a few numbers for the students to recognize and color in with Do-a-Dot markers or Bingo Daubers to reveal the hidden picture. Regular markers or crayons will work as well.

⭐ Great for a math center!

✏ Color used are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, and brown.

✅ Pictures are umbrella, whale, owl, bunny, flag, watermelon, giraffe, sunflower, train, rainbow fish, cowboy hat, present, strawberry, Rudolph, and gumball machine.

What teachers are saying: “This activity was handy for my struggling students and they had a lot of fun!”  

“The children loved this center... they couldn't wait to see what picture they had made!”

“My kids were engaged.”  


RESOURCE FIVE: Farm Ten Frames No-Prep Printables Practice Packet (Quantities of 11 to 20)

Pages: 36  

This packet contains 36 ten frames farm themed no-prep printable pages for your learners to practice counting and labeling quantities of 11 to 20. This packet offers 2 different ink friendly formats to provide differentiation opportunities to best meet your learners’ needs. With the first format option, learners write the numeral for the quantity represented by the ten frames graphic. The second format option allows learners to complete ten frames for a given numeral. There is a line art graphic printed on each page. There are farm kids, tractors, pigs, cows, chickens, goats, horses, and farm buildings.

Eighteen pages have eight spaces with ten frames and a response blank printed in each space. Learners determine the quantity represented by the ten frames. They write the corresponding numeral in the response blank.

Eighteen pages have eight spaces with blank ten frames and a numeral printed in the space. Learners complete the ten frames by coloring in the squares or drawing the correct number of dots. Learners needing a more tactile approach may dip the tip of a cotton swab in paint and dab the correct number of dots in the ten frames.

These printables help learners develop numeracy and support the Math Common Core Standards for Counting and Cardinality.  

What teachers are saying: “Sooo cute!”

“A great resource; Thank you for sharing your hard work and creativity with others!!  I cannot wait to use this…”

“Perfect practice!”


RESOURCE SIX: What Time Is It? 3-Part Cards

Pages: 42  

Reading a clock and telling time is a life skill that is very important. Learning how to read a clock or tell time can be a little difficult.

I made these Time 3-Part Cards to help our students learn all about the little hand (hour hand) and the big hand (minute hand) and what different times look like on a clock.

These Montessori-Inspired 3-Part Cards include individual clock cards with labels for every hour 1-12 at 5 min intervals.

What teachers are saying: “Thanks!”

“Thank you!!”

“I love these cards.  I printed them 2 sheets to a page to use fewer sheets of paper but the clocks are still clear enough for children to see the times.  I like that they're complete (every 5 minute increment is included around the clock).”

RESOURCE SEVEN: Making Numbers 1-9 Using Pairs

Pages: 51  

According to the CCSSM, Kindergarten students should "fluently add and subtract within 5 (K.OA.5)" and "for any number from 1 to 9, find the number that makes 10 when added to the given number (K.OA.4)".

Building strong number sense is one of the most important things elementary school teachers can do to increase math fluency.

Number bonds & pairs help students see that numbers can be "broken" into pieces to make computation easier (decomposing/composing). With number bonds and pairs, students recognize the relationships between numbers through a written model that shows how the numbers are related. A number bond helps student clearly visualize the Part/Whole relationship.

Students will also see the whole on top or to the side with the parts branching down. The circles or squares are just a visual representation that students should begin with. In first grade, some students may move away from the shape visual and opt for the carrot (upside down V).

You can draw number bonds & pairs on paper using circles or bar diagrams. Even a young student who does not understand math notation can clearly see the connection between these numbers: the whole (6) has been pulled apart into two piles (4 and 2), and the piles can be pushed back together to make the whole.

Math textbooks often try to communicate the same concept using four-fact families. A four-fact family looks like this:

4 + 2 = 6

2 + 4 = 6

6 – 4 = 2

6 – 2 = 4

The idea of the four-fact family is to help students realize that once they know one of the facts in the family, they know all of them. Many students never see the connection, however, and think of these equations as separate little bits of abstract information, all of which have to be memorized. This can overload their minds and make them give up on math. On the other hand, number bonds connect to the student’s understanding at a deeper level, showing all four of the fact family relationships in a single picture.

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Included in this Worksheet set:

• Addition Number Pairs using 1-9 for each number

» Whole Number, Missing Number &Blank

• Answer Keys for Addition Number Pairs for each number 1-9

• Full Color, B&W ink-saving and Color-Coded

What teachers are saying: “Great resource!”

RESOURCE EIGHT: I Spy Numbers - A Number Recognition Activity

Pages: 101  

Are you looking for a fun and engaging activity to support your students with number recognition?

I Spy Numbers is the perfect math center activity for students to practice number recognition.

Each page features one focus number.

Students are asked to search a grid of numbers, coloring the focus number each time they find it. This repetitious search for each number reinforces number recognition.

These worksheets are (almost) self-correcting!

When correctly completed, each page will reveal the focus number in the number grid. All numbers from 0-100 are included as a focus number.

I Spy Numbers make an ideal addition to any math center. You might also use them for early finishers, homework pages, or activities to leave for substitute teachers.

Includes 101 different I Spy pages (one per number).

RESOURCE NINE: Place Value - Superheroes - 120 Chart Mystery Pictures

Pages: 13  

⭐ Students will love discovering the cute superhero themed pictures as they practice colors and

place value on a 120 chart.

⭐ Two work pages are included for differentiation! An easier version has the numbers already filled

in, and the harder version is blank, so the students fill in the numbers 1-120 first, then they can

create the mystery picture!

⭐ This can also be used as a listening activity, where the teacher reads the colors and numbers

aloud as the students fill in the chart to make the picture!

Pictures are:

✅ boy superhero

✅ girl superhero

✅ flying superhero

✅ "POW"

✅ bat superhero

What teachers are saying: “We started the school year with a superhero theme, since we all have to wear "masks" to school. This was a perfect activity for our math class during the first weeks. It's great to have some variety. Some kids hadn't done anything like this before and found it really difficult. Others enjoyed the challenge!”

“This was a great activity to use with students virtually on Seesaw. It's fun, and it's great math practice identifying numbers to 120.”

“Great for my challenge students!”

RESOURCE TEN: Awards & Trophies Clipart - Happy Style

Pages: 42  

These smiling and Happy Awards & Trophies Graphics are perfect for decorating your classroom, organizing your resources, or creating products to sell on TpT!

Elements include: trophies, ribbons, awards, medals and stars. Use this fun clipart for End of Year or Last Day of School award certificates / award ceremony.

There are 42 great graphics included in this download. Each png graphic was created at 300 dpi. You will receive color and blackline clipart.

What teachers are saying: “I used these cute Awards and Trophy clipart faces to create a reading challenge certificate! They really brought the certificates to life and I love their smiley faces!”

“These are adorable!”

“These are so cute!!!  I love this set! Thank you for sharing your work!!!”


RESOURCE ELEVEN: Gator Swamp Chomp Smartboard File!

Pages: 34  

This NEW Gator Swamp Chomp uses different number forms (digits, tallies, base ten, and word form) while students compare numbers using greater than and less than. This 34-slide kit offers:

* teaching points in the beginning

* examples for students

* math vocabulary words to know

* then loads of fun "playing" while they practice the common core math skill of comparing numbers using greater than and less than symbols

After enjoying the introduction and "teaching points" of the lesson, students will love dragging up the hungry gators to CHOMP on the biggest number... be sure to have them read the number sentence out loud as they take their turns.

Scaffolded curriculum design provides more support in the beginning, and then gradually increases level of difficulty as the game play continues. This file compares two-digit and three-digit numbers.

What teachers are saying: “This was great! My students loved this interactive activity.“

“This activity gave us interactive fun for a week as we explored greater than and less than.  Thank you!”

“One of my favorite purchases ever!”

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RESOURCE ONE: Fact & Opinion Party

Pages: 121  

This 121 pg. FACT and OPINION Kit includes centers, games, organizers, posters / anchor charts, printables, and assessments. It's a fact and opinion party! Woo Hoo!!

The fact and opinion bundle was designed to help students:

• Distinguish between fact and opinion

• Recognize if the author is trying to inform with facts

• Recognize if the author is trying to convince of an opinion

• Determine a true statement

• Determine a personal belief

• Understand fact and opinion definitions

• Improve overall comprehension skills by analyzing text

Being able to correctly identify and distinguish between fact and opinion will help students improve their overall comprehension skills.

RTI - Response to Intervention:

This product is also very helpful for students in upper grades that are struggling with comprehension and / or fact and opinion.

Included in the Fact and Opinion BUNDLE:

• 121 pages / PDF

• Fact & Opinion posters (color & bl/wh)

• Organizers: Fact and Opinion (color & bl/wh)

• Activity: Fact and Opinion Pictures

• - instructions, sample to display, 12 pictures sets, blank charts

• Activity: Is That a Fact?

• - versions include: birthday parties, lunchroom, flowers, playground, blank

• 4 Square Definition Charts (fact & opinion - with extra support for differentiation)

• Understanding the Differences Between Fact & Opinion printables

• Center: What's the Difference Card Game

• - center sign, directions, game sheet, 108 student cards

• Center: Fact or Opinion Cards - PARTY edition

• - center sign, directions, 54 student cards

• Center: Fact or Opinion Cards - FLOWERS edition

• - center sign, directions, 36 student cards

• Center: Fact or Opinion Cards - LUNCHROOM edition

• - center sign, directions, 36 student cards

• Anchor Chart: FACT Key Word List

• Anchor Chart: OPINION Key Word List

• 3 multiple choice assessments + answer keys

The FACT AND OPINION KIT comes in the format of PDF and there are 121 pages including the cover and final pages.

What teachers are saying: “My students loved going through these. I printed in black and white and had them color each picture and practice giving facts and opinions for each picture based on how they colored it. It is a great activity that had all my students engaged.”  

“This bundle was extremely useful for distance learning.  I was able to select what would work best for my students and the information is straight forward.  It was easy enough for my students to do mostly on their own while still providing valuable practice.  I used the information and projects as an introduction to facts and opinions to supplement our regular curriculum. Thanks!”

"Handy templates for students to use.”  

RESOURCE TWO: Close Reading Strategies and Passages for Comprehension: Informational Text 

Pages: 54  

Students will easily learn to comprehend texts when they begin digging in with these high-interest close reading passages. These passages are suited for 3rd and 4th grade to read and complete independently and I have successfully used them with my 1st and 2nd graders together in whole group to introduce them to close reading and for continued practice. With younger students I always preview the text together and break the passages up into smaller chunks so it takes a little longer to complete. We learn key vocabulary and discuss as we go.

What’s included:

What is close reading poster

Close reading includes poster

What are text dependent questions poster

How I use this in my classroom

Be a text talker poster(2 versions)

Show your thinking poster(2 versions)

A close reader is poster

Talk about it poster (for partner talk)

Another example of what close reading might look like

Article Titles Included (all with at least 2 pages of text dependent questions):

Two Giant Pandas

Polar Bears

Australia

Bats

Let’s Go Green (recycling)

Staying Healthy

Sweet Dreams

Hibernation

Volcanoes

Community Helpers

Harriet Tubman

A couple of passages have some multiple choice questions that I use just to check for comprehension.  

What teachers are saying: “I have been doing a lot of research on close reading and it's one of my goals for the next school year. I am SO excited to have found this resource. It's exactly what I needed. Second graders love nonfiction so this is perfect! Thanks for sharing your hard work!”  

“Great Resource!! It's well planned and has everything you need to teach close reading!”

“Close reading is not as straightforward as it seems.  This is really helpful in teaching students what it really is to read closely!”  


RESOURCE THREE: Children's Authors Reading Comprehension Passages

Pages: 17  

Help your students become more confident readers with these fun and interactive passages, all about famous children's authors! These are perfect for helping students build stamina and fluency while finding text evidence and learning about the authors of their favorite stories!

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Includes 15 passages, each with 3 color coded text evidence questions and a response question to encourage text-to-self connections.

Table of Contents:

Beatrix Potter

David Shannon

Doreen Cronin

Dr. Seuss

Eric Carle

Ezra Jack Keats

Jan Brett

Kevin Henkes

Mo Willems

Roald Dahl

Tommy dePaola

Patricia Polacco

Laura Numeroff

Mercer Mayer

Shel Silverstein

What teachers are saying: “I loved using this resource throughout the year with my students!  They enjoyed learning about the authors!”  

“This resource was great for my lower level students!”

“I really love using this resource at the beginning of an author study and before reading any books written by that particular author...it has really helped my first graders put an author's work into context and understand them as a person.  Thank you for creating a great resource!”


RESOURCE FOUR: Figurative Language Interactive Tab Book

Pages: 16  

Looking for a great way to introduce figurative language to your students?! This interactive tab book featuring a superhero theme is great for any elementary classroom! Who can resist superheroes?!

The interactive book can be used in a notebook or as a stand alone activity. It is great to introduce or review the figurative language concepts listed below. You can use it in addition to a poetry unit! Each term has the definition, examples, and space to practice the concept as well.

The terms included are: alliteration, hyperbole, metaphor, simile, onomatopoeia, personification, and idiom.

Included are sample pictures, directions, pages for each of the terms along with a cover. A couple pages have 2 options!  

What teachers are saying: “Very fun! My students loved this!”

“This really was a unique resource to use with kids!“

“I always need more resources for figurative language. This is a great resource to add to my collection. Thank you!”

RESOURCE FIVE: Poetry Portfolio Lapbook Assessment

Pages: 35  

Looking for a great engaging way to end your poetry unit? Look no further! This lapbook serves as a fun assessment for your students to show all they know about poetry! This is perfect for upper elementary with little prep and samples ready for you! This makes a useful assessment tool that I keep to show at conferences all year long!

Included:

- all lapbook components for 7 different poem types (cinquain, limerick, haiku, free verse, acrostic, concrete (shape), and couplet (rhyming))

- figurative language component covering hyperbole, simile, metaphor, onomatopoeia, alliteration, and personification.

- Sample spot for students to demonstrate knowledge of line, verse, rhyme and rhyme scheme.

- samples filled in with original poems, for you to make sample for your students

- rubric for grading

- directions and sample pictures for each step so students can easily understand where each is placed.

Very comprehensive for your completion of a unit on poetry and makes a great keepsake or artifact for students!  

What teachers are saying: “Great way to make poetry fun and keep track of learning.  It would have been an ideal piece to have out for Open House, if we hadn't started distance learning!”  

Easy and fun to make. My students enjoying putting their poetry together in this creative portfolio to showcase their work”

“Loved this and the assessment tool. Awesome!”

RESOURCE SIX: Minecraft Distance Learning Digital Writing Create-a-Scene & Write-Google

Pages: 27  

Kids still love Minecraft, but not so much writing. Well, why not combine Minecraft and writing to make an engaging activity to get students writing? What could make it even better? Make it a digital resource so there's no paper, no mess!

Included in this resource are:

• instructions on how to start the story

• a planning page

• an editing checklist

• 20 background scenes

• 23 click 'n drag characters

• 6 click 'n drag animals

• 63 other click 'n drag items

• a page to write a story as well as a printable version to draw and write your own story

Have fun writing!

What teachers are saying: “This minecraft writing activity has been a lifesaver for distance learning! I love it and my students love it. I am able to work on handwriting, typing, and visual motor goals while making it fun and engaging. Thank you for this amazing activity.

“My students love inventing stories and telling them, but they don't really like to write. Using this minecraft digital writing activity they couldn't wait to start writing! What a game changer! With this engaging resource we have endless opportunities to create new stories about topics my students actually love. Thank you so much!”

“My daughter is not a very eager writer, but this got her excited! She loved using the computer to make a whole Minecraft scene and writing about it. We're using it as a regular resource now! Thank you!”


RESOURCE SEVEN: Synonyms and Antonyms Word Choice

Pages: 19  

Synonym and antonym worksheets like these are engaging activities designed for use in your synonym and antonym centers. These worksheets are differentiated and flexible - with no-prep needed from you! Use them as a fun activity, a bell-ringer, or a daily warm-up! Self-grading too, so they will make your teaching day go along easier.

About these Synonym and Antonym Worksheets

This activity pack contains five fun word search puzzles that require a student to find 16 synonyms and antonyms of the common adjectives listed below. They are great activities for warm-ups, bell-ringers, for early finishers, or for regular use in your synonym and antonym centers.

Questions, Answered!

How will this help my students expand their vocabulary?

These activities are fun - so you can use them in that way. They are a treat! And while your kids are having fun, they are also easily extending their vocabulary - without any drudgery. You will be giving them the tools they need to write more precisely and with sparkle.

How can I use these activities in a differentiated way?

There are two versions of each puzzle so you can differentiate between students who may be learning these words for the first time and students for whom this can be used as a vocabulary review or bonus challenge. It's why the resource is tagged grades 4 through 8.

The easy version is a simple word search with a word bank of words to find; in the difficult version, the student is only given one word and must figure out the word bank as well. In both versions, after the student has found and circled all the words, the remaining letters will spell out the answer to a punny riddle related to the topic word.

They look nearly the same except for the difference in functionality.

What are the synonyms and antonyms covered?

There are five sets in this edition:

"big / little"

"happy/sad"

"good / bad"

"easy/hard"

"young/old"

Are these worksheets Common Core aligned?

This set of synonym and antonym worksheets meets these Common Core standards:

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.4.5.C

Demonstrate understanding of words by relating them to their opposites (antonyms) and to words with similar but not identical meanings (synonyms).

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.5.5.C

Use the relationship between particular words (e.g., synonyms, antonyms, homographs) to better understand each of the words.

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.6.5.C

Distinguish among the connotations (associations) of words with similar denotations (definitions) (e.g., stingy, scrimping, economical, unwasteful, thrifty).

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.7.5.C

Distinguish among the connotations (associations) of words with similar denotations (definitions) (e.g., refined, respectful, polite, diplomatic, condescending).

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.8.5.C

Distinguish among the connotations (associations) of words with similar denotations (definitions) (e.g., bullheaded, willful, firm, persistent, resolute).

Are answers and teaching instructions included?

All of the answers and teaching instructions are included --- it's really simple to use!

What teachers are saying: “I love that this is differentiated, and so creative! Love this product!

“This was a great resource especially for use during our WIN time. Thank you!”


RESOURCE EIGHT: Spelling Activity Cards

Pages: 33  

Take the hard work out of creating spelling tasks for every word list with this pack of 50 different spelling activities that can be used with any spelling list by students in grades 2-6. Simply print, laminate, and add your own word list and these activities are ready to go!

This pack of spelling activities includes:

• 50 Spelling Activities

• Student Checklist

• Student reminder to use when spelling unfamiliar words

• Instructions  for using this resource in the classroom

• Homework handout with suggested activities for students to complete

Ideal for literacy centers, independent learning activities, or formal spelling lessons. These spelling activities are presented in a two-to-a-page layout. Simply print, cut, and laminate and these activities are ready to go.

Your students will practice the following skills while using these activities:

• Synonyms/Antonyms

• Letter patterns

• Sounds

• Meanings and origins

• Categorizing

• Rhyming

• Syllables

• Coding

• Anagrams

• And so much more

Most activities can be completed individually while some activities ask for students to work with a partner or share their finished work with a  partner.  All activities could also be completed in small groups at the teacher’s discretion!

These spelling tasks can also be used as task cards and require minimal preparation (print, laminate and use!) and equipment. 


RESOURCE NINE: Reading Mini Lesson Strategies with Graphic Organizers {3rd Grade}

Pages: 85  

This packet is full of ideas to help you plan and teach reading mini lessons with your class. You will have materials to teach reading strategies that all good readers need. There are even independent practice materials so they can practice what they learned. Great for whole or small group instruction

Maybe you already teach this way but want some fresh ideas and strategies. or maybe you are new to this but aren't sure where to begin? This packet has 15 different strategies with everything you need (minus the books) to hold your mini lessons. Even if you don't teach common core these strategies are ones that all good readers need.

Each mini lessons will include

*a mini lesson statement

*the common core standard it aligns to

*suggested books to use when teaching the lesson

*ideas for how to teach the lesson

*a mini poster

*questions to ask during the lesson

*questions to ask after independent practice

*an organizer to use whole group as you teach the lesson (we have a poster maker at my school. I turn the whole group organizer into a poster and laminate and record answers with a dry erase marker. If you do not have a poster maker you can still display on the overhead and record answers)

*an organizer for students to use during independent practice

The mini lessons included in this packet are:

text to self connection {RL.3.1}

text to text connection {RL.3.1}

text to world connection {RL.3.1}

making and adjusting predictions {RL.3.1}

making a mental picture or image {RI.3.7}

using text features {R3.2.5}

problem and solution {RL.3.3}

summarizing the text {RL.3.5}

main idea and supporting details {RL.3.2}

author’s purpose {RI.3.8}

cause and effect {RI.3.3}

comparing and contrasting texts {RL.3.9, RI.3.9}

asking questions {RI.3.1, RL.3.1}

recognizing literary elements {RL.2.3, RL.2.7}

retelling {RL.3.2, RL.3.5}

What teachers are saying: “I love this resource! It's so easy to use and covers a lot of great skills!”

“Engaging lessons!”

“The lessons are great for use with multiple/combined grade classroom. I LOVE that you included book suggestions.”


RESOURCE TEN: A Word A Day Vocabulary Program

Pages: 295  

This unit includes everything that you need to teach, practice and assess vocabulary in your classroom for the ENTIRE YEAR!

This is a Word A Day Vocabulary for each week of the school year.

It has almost 300 pages that include a break down of the words for each week, a parent letter, how I use this with my class, a mini poster for each day's word, a homework page for that week's words, a review homework page to review previous words, and the test for the end of the week.  

What teachers are saying: “This product is great and an awesome way to introduce vocabulary to students.”

“We love it so much that we are going to use it again for our morning announcements.”

“Well laid out and systematic.”  


RESOURCE ELEVEN: Character Trait Dictionary with Characterization Activities

Pages: 10  

This Character Trait Dictionary has been a staple in my classroom for many years. It is full of positive and negative character traits to help students identify the qualities of different personalities of people in real life and in stories. The activity pages help them practice identifying these characteristics before having to use them with a novel study.

Included in this packet:

• character trait dictionary cover with a place to include traits of the student

• 3 pages of character traits with definitions (106 words and definitions)

• a physical characteristic worksheet to help students learn the difference from character traits

• a sorting page to categorize positive vs. negative character traits (sample answers included)

• planning page for students to write character traits they feel describe them and why they feel that way

• compare/contrast page to use with a partner to practice identifying various character traits

• sample passages for students to read and identify which character trait/s are being featured (sample answers included)

• a practice page for using character traits while reading a novel

What teachers are saying: “Helpful resource!”


RESOURCE TWELVE: Biography Reading Contract

Pages: 17  

No time for a research project? Why not help your kids learn about people from history with this Biography Reading Contract? This packet will get your kids researching without even knowing it!

Included in this packet:

*Examples

*Contract with task choices

*Template for a cartoon biography

*Template for a friendly letter

*Template for biography reflections

*Template for a word search

*Template for a postcard

*Template for a summary writing page

*Template for a K-W-L chart

*Template for a portrait

*Template for a timeline

*Word study response page

*Four square vocabulary page

*Triorama foldable

*Template for a character trait web

*Character traits with definitions (2 pages)  

What teachers are saying: “I pick and choose what is appropriate for my students for distance learning and I am able to assign a project for them to do and they use the visuals to help guide them as they complete their projects.”


RESOURCE THIRTEEN: Synonyms Worksheets | Synonyms for Say | Alternatives to Said | Said is Dead

Pages: 20  

Synonym worksheets like these are engaging activities designed for use in your literacy centers. These worksheets are differentiated and flexible - with no-prep needed from you! Use them as a fun activity, a bell-ringer, or a daily warm-up! Self-grading too, so they will make your teaching day go along easier.

Said is Dead! More about these Synonym and Antonym Worksheets

This activity pack contains four fun word search puzzles that require a student to find 19-22 synonyms for the word "say". Alternatives to said / say can be among the most challenging words for students to express - help your students expand their vocabularies in a fun way! As they say, said is dead!

Questions, Answered!

How will this help my students expand their vocabulary?

These activities are fun - so you can use them in that way. They are a treat! And while your kids are having fun, they are also easily extending their vocabulary - without any drudgery. You will be giving them the tools they need to write more precisely and with sparkle.

How can I use these activities in a differentiated way?

There are two versions of each puzzle so you can differentiate between students who may be learning these words for the first time and students for whom this can be used as a vocabulary review or bonus challenge. It's why the resource is tagged grades 4 through 8.

The easy version is a simple word search with a word bank of words to find; in the difficult version, the student is only given one word and must figure out the word bank as well. In both versions, after the student has found and circled all the words, the remaining letters will spell out the answer to a punny riddle related to the topic word.

They look nearly the same except for the difference in functionality.

Are these worksheets Common Core aligned?

This set of synonym and antonym worksheets meets these Common Core standards:

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.4.5.C

Demonstrate understanding of words by relating them to their opposites (antonyms) and to words with similar but not identical meanings (synonyms).

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.5.5.C

Use the relationship between particular words (e.g., synonyms, antonyms, homographs) to better understand each of the words.

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.6.5.C

Distinguish among the connotations (associations) of words with similar denotations (definitions) (e.g., stingy, scrimping, economical, unwasteful, thrifty).

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.7.5.C

Distinguish among the connotations (associations) of words with similar denotations (definitions) (e.g., refined, respectful, polite, diplomatic, condescending).

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.8.5.C

Distinguish among the connotations (associations) of words with similar denotations (definitions) (e.g., bullheaded, willful, firm, persistent, resolute).

Are answers and teaching instructions included?

All of the answers and teaching instructions are included --- it's really simple to use!

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RESOURCE ONE: Odd One Out

Pages: 22  

Students use their math vocabulary and logical reasoning to decide which item in a set should be left out. There are multiple right answers. I use this for small group accountable talk work. This 22 page product contains 16 geometry sets, 22 number sets, and 6 money sets. Each page has two activities.

What teachers are saying: “This a good resource to use to help students think flexibly and fluently about math.”  

“My favorite thing to do with a small group! I made multiple copies and placed like activities in envelopes.  This makes it easy to have one as an exit slip or an extension activity!”

"Can't wait to use this product next school year!  Works perfectly with our school's Marzano work.”  

RESOURCE TWO: Fraction Decimal Percent Bundle

Pages: 28  

This is a bundle of three previously products: Fraction and Decimal Strips, Fraction Decimal War, and Fraction Decimal Percent.

I have included the directions for the teacher for each of the units.

The fraction decimal and percent worksheets come with answer keys.  

What teachers are saying: “Helpful!”  

“Awesome resource!”  

RESOURCE THREE: Basic Operations with Decimals

Pages: 23  

Add, Subtract, Multiply, and Divide Decimals with Answer Key, Place Value Chart, and Student Self-Reflection

I have created this to be a complete unit for learning basic operations with decimals. I have included four tests for pre and post with two additional for make ups of a mid-unit test. (I like having multiple assessments that are similar so I can monitor the growth through the unit.)

The practice pages are designed for students to work on a white board and notice patterns.

Unlike the assessments that test all four operations, the practice pages are specific to one operation. I allow students to compare answers or correct with a calculator so they can get immediate feedback.

There is a complete answer key for all of the pages, a student checklist so they can monitor their own growth in their understanding of fractions and decimals, and a place value chart that shows both fractions and decimals.

I place a few of the place value charts inside of clear sheet protectors and use them to reteach struggling students.


RESOURCE FOUR: Basic Operations with Fractions

Pages: 22  

Add, Subtract, Multiply, and Divide Fractions with Answer Key, Student Self-Reflection, and Fraction to Decimal Strips

This is an activity that I developed to give my students practice adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions.

There are 24 sets of problems with two fractions each. Students add, subtract, multiply and divide the two fractions on the same page.

Also included is an answer key, a set of forms students use to monitor their own understanding of fractions and decimals, and a set of fraction/decimal bars that can be cut apart or used as a chart.

I have designed each set of problems to fit on half a page. All students could solve the same problems for a warm up or a quick formative assessment.

Alternately, these could be task cards to be completed as a station or in a game like “Scoot.”

RESOURCE FIVE: Division Mystery Pictures

Pages: 80  

⭐ Your students will love discovering the pictures as they practice one digit division problems (1-12).

⭐ Students will complete the division problems and then use the answers as the key to create the pictures!

✔ Includes these packs with 5 pictures each for a total of 45:

• Winter

• Valentine's Day

• Spring/St. Patrick's Day

• Easter

• Summer

• Back to School

• Halloween

• Thanksgiving

• Christmas  

What teachers are saying: “This product is exactly what I was looking for. Great fun way to practice division.”  

“I was looking for fun activities reviewing division for my early finishers to work on. My kiddos are having fun with these activities!”

Thank you for creating a growing bundle of division plus coloring practice.  These activities not only allow students to be engaged in math mastery but also assists students with eye-hand coordination and small motor skills.  Thank You.  I look forward in having the sets for student engagement.”

RESOURCE SIX: Math Facts Subtraction Facts Fluency Program Kicking It Math

Pages: 272  

Math facts made fun!

Motivate your students to learn their math facts with Kicking It! Math – A karate themed math program for increasing math facts fluency!

Want to get your students excited about learning their subtraction facts? Try this fun karate math facts fluency incentive program with your class! I’ve been using this program with my students and have found it to be a very successful and motivating way for my students to learn/memorize their math facts. It only takes about 5-10 minutes a day to incorporate in your math block and your students will be begging to take timed tests each day to pass to the next level and earn their black belt in subtraction!

The program works with brain research and introduces only a few new facts each day. It engages both written and oral practice at school and at home. As students pass levels, they earn new colored “belts” on their way towards earning a black belt.

This resource includes:

Directions/Tips for each page

Color Photos and Examples

26 Different Math Facts Fluency Timed Tests with Answer Keys

Parent Letter Explaining Program

Subtraction Fact Rings

Flash Cards along with directions for use to maximize fact mastery

Teacher and Student Tracking Sheets

Belt Beads for Each Level

Wall Hanging for Tracking Class Progress

3 Games for Additional Practice

This updated edition includes many suggestions made by teachers who have purchased and used the product. Some updates include:

* Greater diversity in the clip art

* A change in the amount of time given for timed tests

* Additional space versions of the timed tests

*Addition of 10 – 12 facts

* Certificates for passed levels

What teachers are saying: “My students love the ninja theme and work very hard to earn their belts.  Everything you need to put a fluency reward system together.  Very useful and comprehensive.  Awesome, thank you!”

“This resource is very engaging. It is so much easier to use than my last program. The kids love it. I have it posted in the class and they love receiving their tags when they pass a level.I recommend this purchase to anyone wanting to teach math fluency.”

“HOLY COW!! This is a HUGE packet!  My kiddos are going to love this!”


RESOURCE SEVEN: 4th Grade Multiplication Task Cards

Pages: 50  

Our multiplication math task cards for your fourth graders are brand new and totally different. This is a novel type of math center for grade 4: the correct answer for each math problem will allow the student to eliminate one or more "suspects" from fun summertime mysteries.

These puzzles help your students practice their multiplication skills and gain new confidence in their growing math skills. These are 4th grade math task cards in a fun and flexible game format!

At the end of year, you can also use the math cards to introduce 4th grade math to your 3rd graders as well! It has a fun, flexible summer theme, so you can also use for 5th graders during back-to-school ---- double duty!

Here's how it works: Each of the four puzzles in this collection contains 12 multiplication problems. The correct answer for each math problem will allow the student to eliminate one or more "suspects" from the mysteries. Only when every math problem is answered correctly will the student be able to solve the mystery. It grades itself!

What you get: There is a total of 48 math problems. You get both color and black and white task cards for easy printing - 4 task cards per sheet, 12 task cards per puzzle. And because these math task cards adhere to Common Core standards, we print them on the footer of all pages so you can find them in a hurry. You also get recording sheets and answer keys.

Here's how you can use these new math task cards:

• You can laminate them for use over and over.

• Print the black and white version on colored paper for ink-savings.

• Whip out these summer-themed task cards as a fun bell-ringer, a non-food reward, or as a math center.

• Project the cards for whole group learning - the mystery theme makes it a fun group activity as well.

Each of the 4 puzzles takes about 20 minutes to complete, so you have a lot of flexibility built in to the set.

Common Core Alignment:

CCSS.Math.Content.4.NBT.B.5 Multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a one-digit whole number, and multiply two two-digit numbers, using strategies based on place value and the properties of operations.

What teachers are saying: “Thanks for a great resource!”

RESOURCE EIGHT: Multiplication Facts Review Boom Cards

Pages: 110  

Looking for a no-prep, highly interactive way to help students practice fact fluency for ALL multiplication facts within 100? Look no further than Boom Cards! Boom Cards are digital self-checking task cards that work on a variety of devices. Students receive immediate feedback while working through the card deck. Cards and answer choices are randomized each time you play so each deck can be used multiple times!

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Included with your purchase:

•110 playable Boom Cards

CARD FEATURES

• 25 cards per game play- deck can be used multiple times and still be engaging

• Various game play options- multiple choice, drag and drop, and fill in the blank cards are all included

• Various tasks- students will be asked to find the product, name the missing factor, and determine related facts

• Randomized play- Each time a student plays, the answer choices will switch around- no way to memorize cards!

When you purchase this product, you will receive a PDF with the link to access the deck on Boom Learning. These cards are not printable or editable.

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What teachers are saying: “Boom cards make learning fun. This resource is no exception! My students liked the graphics and filling in the blanks in this resource.”

“I used this set of booms cards as a quick review at the beginning of the year. It gave me a chance to see who knew their basic facts and who needed to review.”

“I absolutely love these Boom card activities! It takes the guess work out of planning for digital learning.”

RESOURCE NINE: 3rd Grade Common Core Math Assessments

Pages: 149  

This CCSS packet contains at least two or more assessments for every one of the Math common core standards including geometry, measurement and data, numbers and operations in base ten, and algebraic thinking.

All come with a full size color poster of the standard and a smaller version in an "I can" form for students.

You will also get standard posters without color to use as tabs to set up your Math Assessment notebook. Included are tracking sheets for individual students as well as tracking sheets with all students combined.

This packet includes everything you need to keep up with your students' mastery of the common core skills.

What teachers are saying: “This will allow me to track my students progress and to watch their growth. I am pleased with this product.”

“Excellent product, this will definitely help with differentiating instruction. And guided groups!”

“This is an AWESOME resource.”


RESOURCE TEN: Domino Fractions Convert & Compare

Pages: 13  

Number Sense is very important for a young child. Understanding what numbers are, what they represent and how they work together is essential for a child's development in the beginning stages of Maths.

These Convert & Compare Domino Fractions Worksheets are a great way to introduce fractions and how they are built to a child. They show how a fraction looks and how to write a fraction.

So many options available for these Domino Fractions to help aid in Number Sense and Math Fluency with understanding those complicated fractions.

Set 4 focuses on converting & comparing fractions.

These are "beginning stages" fraction worksheets.

Each set includes:

» 5 different Domino Fraction Worksheets

» Answer Key for each Worksheet

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Possible Uses:

• Print off each sheet & use as part of a Math Center.

• Print off each sheet & use as part of a Small Group Lesson.

• Use for early finishers as a review.

• Use as an assessment after teaching your mini lesson on fractions.

RESOURCE ELEVEN: Domino Fractions Simplify

Pages: 12  

Number Sense is very important for a young child. Understanding what numbers are, what they represent and how they work together is essential for a child's development in the beginning stages of Maths.

These Domino Fractions Worksheets are a great way to introduce fractions and how they are built to a child. They show how a fraction looks and how to write a fraction.

So many options available for these Domino Fractions to help aid in Number Sense and Math Fluency with understanding those complicated fractions.

Set 2 focuses on simplifying fractions.

These are "beginning stages" fraction worksheets.

Each set includes:

» 5 different Domino Fraction Worksheets

» Answer Key for each Worksheet

What teachers are saying: “This was a great resources for students who are still struggling with number sense and also EL. Thank you!”

RESOURCE TWELVE: Number Lines Variety

Pages: 15  

Many of us use number lines in our classrooms to help students understand things like skip counting or basic addition strategies.

Here are 33 different number lines for you!

Included are:

√ Number Line for 1-10

√ Number Line for 11-20

√ Number Line for 21-30

√ Number Line for 31-40

√ Number Line for 41-50

√ Number Line for 51-60

√ Number Line for 61-70

√ Number Line for 71-80

√ Number Line for 81-90

√ Number Line for 91-100

√ Number Line for 1-20

√ Number Line for 21-40

√ Number Line for 41-60

√ Number Line for 61-80

√ Number Line for 81-100

√ Number Line for Skip Counting by 10s up to 100

√ Number Line for Skip Counting by 5s up to 50

√ Number Line for Skip Counting by 2s up to 20

√ Number Line for Skip Counting by 3s up to 30

√ Number Line for Skip Counting by 4s up to 40

√ Number Line for Skip Counting by 6s up to 60

√ Number Line for Skip Counting by 7s up to 70

√ Number Line for Skip Counting by 8s up to 80

√ Number Line for Skip Counting by 9s up to 90

√ Number Line for Skip Counting by 10s up to 200

√ Number Line for Skip Counting by 5s up to 100

√ Number Line for Skip Counting by 2s up to 40

√ Number Line for -3 through +3

√ Number Line for -5 through +5

√ Number Line for -10 through +10

√ Number Line for 0-10

√ Number Line for 0-20

√ Number Line for 1-10 with 1/2s  

What teachers are saying: “A great resource to have in the classroom!”

“Exactly what I needed!”

RESOURCE THIRTEEN: Multi Digit Math Review | Multi Digit Math for 4th graders

Pages: 31  

Multi digit math for 4th graders just got a case of the rabbits! Addition, subtraction, division and multiplication are all covered in this fun math game. These math worksheets were designed for maximum engagement in distance learning and in the classroom --- read on for the details:

Keep them engaged and learning math for a full week with this new math activity for distant learners and in-classroom learners!

Your students are challenged to use 4th grade math skills to help find the mystery rabbits. Once the mystery rabbits are found, the clues will help them fill in a color-by-number origami rabbit. Even cooler: the numbers don't show on the puppet after it is colored in!

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Student Version and Teacher Version Included

• We made a student version that you can just send to your students for distance learning. There are kid-friendly instructions, too, so it can truly stand on its own.

• There is also a teacher version that has additional instructions for use in the physical classroom - for individual student work or for groups!

• It's a completely flexible product. Just download the .zip file and you will have two .PDF files to use --- a student version and a teacher version.

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CCSS Math Skills + Critical Thinking Keeps Everyone on Track

There are five puzzles, with 16 math questions each.

The first four puzzles each focus on a different fourth-grade math topic conforming to a Common Core standard:

1 Multi-digit addition (CCSS Math 4.NBT.B.4)

2 Multi-digit subtraction (CCSS Math 4.NBT.B.4)

3 Multi-digit multiplication (CCSS Math 4.NBT.5)

4 Multi-digit division with remainders (4.NBT.6)

The fifth puzzle is a review of all four of the standards above.

Your students will also use critical thinking skills to figure out which rabbits are the mystery rabbits!

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Flexible Format - With Instructions for Teachers

• Use as part of your distance learning initiatives.

• In the classroom, use in your math centers or a fun fast-finisher activity.

• Instructions also provided for groups, pairs or individual students.

You can use a different puzzle every day of the week or skip a day if your students don't need to thoroughly review that particular topic. The correct answer for each math problem will allow the student to eliminate one or more of the rabbits.

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Time to Complete

We anticipate 30-50 minutes per puzzle. Distance learners may take a little more time because they are working independently.

RESOURCE FOURTEEN: Multiplication Mystery Pictures Activity - Space Explorers Pack

Pages: 17  

⭐ These mystery pictures are a fun and engaging way for students to practice their multiplication facts! Solve the one-digit multiplication problems, then use the key to color in the boxes and create the 5 mystery pictures!

⭐ These activities are a great way to integrate math during an outer space/planets unit in science, in a math center, fun homework, a substitute, or indoor recess!

Pictures are:

✅ astronaut in space

✅ astronaut on the moon

✅ rocket

✅ alien in spaceship

✅ planet  

What teachers are saying: “Creative and engaging, great multiplication practice!”

“Helpful when I have a substitute teacher.”

“My kids ask for math mystery pictures constantly. I LOVE the multiple skill levels because my low babies feel like they are just as smart as the rest of the class when they are doing one that is the right skill for them. My students have started asking for different skills even on the images they know they've already done.”

RESOURCE FIFTEEN: School Clipart - Happy Style

Pages: 24  

These smiling and happy School Graphics are perfect for decorating your classroom, organizing your resources, or creating products to sell on TpT! They're also just perfect for your Back to School resources.

Elements include:

• apple

• backpack

• school bus

• pencil cup

• highlighter

• lightbulb

• notebook / composition book

• pencil

• ruler

• scissors

• compass

• trophy

What teachers are saying: “Love it!! Thank you!”

“Great clipart!  Thanks!”

“Thank you!”

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  • Number Lines Variety
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