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Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Shapes- Color by Number

I wanted to share these Color by Number printables with you that are simple enough they can be used during Math centers/stations or are great to have on hand for sub tubs.  These sheets practice color words, teen numbers and shapes.  Students color by number to reveal a hidden shape.
You can grab these in my store, here.

Monday, July 30, 2018

Search and Find Teen Numbers

If you are looking for some simple printables to practice teen numbers, then these worksheets are just for you!  I love these sheets because they are so easy to prep.  All you have to do is print them and they are ready to use in your small Math groups, centers or stations.  Students will enjoy using crayons, markers or bingo dabbers as they search and find the given teen number.
You can find these in my TPT store by clicking here.  Thanks for stopping by!

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Shape Mazes

I cannot believe how fast this summer is flying by!  I wanted to share these Shape Mazes with you that are great for the beginning of the school year.  I love this activity because all you have to do is print the sheets and they are ready to be placed in a Math center or station.  Students can search for the given shapes by using crayons, markers, bingo dabbers, etc.

Here is a look at how they turn out once completed:

You can find these in my TPT store here.

Friday, June 29, 2018

Apples Unit- Crafts

Fall is probably my favorite time of year in the classroom!  Apples, Scarecrows, Pumpkins... so much fun!  

I have combined 4 crafts into an Apples Unit that you can find in my TPT store here.

Here is a look at the crafts:
Apple Face Craft:
I like to use this craft when we first begin a Unit on Apples because it is an easy cut and paste activity and students can make their favorite apple: red, green or yellow.
Basket of Apples:
This craft can be easily adapted to practice whatever skill your students may need extra work on, such as: first names, last names, sight words, counting, etc.
Johnny Appleseed:
How cute is he?  He also comes with 2 choices of writing paper: lines only or lines with dashes.  The writing paper is shaped to be stapled right behind the craft. 
Last, is The Seasons of an Apple Tree craft.  Once students have completed each season, the project can be stapled into a book.  This craft goes great with the story, The Seasons of Arnold's Apple Tree by Gail Gibbons.


Thanks for stopping by!  Once again, you can grab these fun crafts by visiting here.

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Friday, May 4, 2018

Emergent Readers- Plus a FREEBIE

I am working on updating the emergent readers that are in my store.  I have just completed 34 of the readers and added them to a money saving bundle that you can find here.  The readers are great to use during literacy centers or guided reading time to practice sight words.  The readers can then be placed in book boxes for independent reading or sent home for reading with family.

Here is a look at some of the readers:
These readers practice sight words and incorporate a variety of themes such as holidays, community helpers, transportation, ocean, insects, nocturnal animals, seasons, five senses and more!

Here is a free Field Day reader for you to try.  This reader is a great tool for introducing some of the events that will take place on Field Day.