There are lots of printables in my Halloween print and go pack. All you have to do is print and GO! Zero prep! I love using these for morning work or early finishers. There are also some good pages to use for homework.
This is a game that I have my students use during our literacy stations. They match up the pictures, read the words, and then record them on their page. It’s a great way to practice sight words with a Halloween theme!
Write the room activities are my favorite! I love that it gets the kiddos up and moving while they are practicing handwriting and learning new vocabulary. This pack has differentiated recording pages to meet the needs of all of your learners!
A sweet treat for the end of the school year! 🍪🍪 I always loved sending these home with my students.Still in school?? Go get some cookies and print these FREE labels!➡️ bit.ly/smartcookiegifttags ... See MoreSee Less
🦠 G E R M S 🦠Are we tired of talking about germs yet?? I feel like my 3 year old knows more about germs than I do (thanks Doc McStuffins - IYKYK)👩🏽⚕️Give your students some reading and writing practice with this Germs Write the Room activity. I love that this one gives them sentence writing practice too!➡️ bit.ly/germswritetheroom ... See MoreSee Less
This Earth Day write the room is one of my favorites for a couple reasons:1️⃣ I love that I was able to include sentences in a write the room activity.2️⃣ I simply adore this clipart from Whimsy Clips!!Print the pictures and hang up, grab some clipboards, and let students walk around to find the Earth Day vocab!➡️ bit.ly/earthdaywritetheroom ... See MoreSee Less
A fun new way to practice basic addition with a spring theme! 🌸Students will show their knowledge of addition facts up to 10 with these interactive, digital activities.This can be used with PowerPoint, uploaded to Google Slides, and on the Seesaw app.Link in bio.➡️ bit.ly/springadditiondigital ... See MoreSee Less