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 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
One of my all time favorite things to teach about is plants! I don't know why because I'm horrible at actually growing anything... but my plants unit was always fun for me!!This interactive notebook resource has 4 activities all about plants. 🌱• Plant parts• Plant parts we eat • Plant needs• Tops or bottoms - where plants growDo you have a favorite unit to teach??➡️ bit.ly/plantsnotebook ... See MoreSee Less
Made a new #writetheroom activity!! 🌌 These are my favorite to make and there's now 6️⃣0️⃣ of them in my store!My husband and I were watching Space Force on Netflix recently and I realized I didn't have a space write the room, so obviously I had to make one! 🚀This was a fun one to make! Now, what should the next one be?? Any ideas or suggestions?➡️ bit.ly/spacewritetheroom ... See MoreSee Less
🍀 READING COMPREHENSION 🍀These lift-the-flap graphic organizers can be used with any of your St. Patrick's Day read alouds! There are 8 options to choose from based on your reading comprehension focus.bit.ly/stpattystoryorganizers... See MoreSee Less
It's March, so does that mean it's time for spring??! 🌼I'm sure lots of you live where it's cold during the winter, so maybe you are ready for spring weather. However in Florida, our "winter" quickly turns to almost summer weather very quickly. I still love the spring time though!You can get ready for spring with this fun write the room activity!➡️ bit.ly/springwritetheroom ... See MoreSee Less