This freebie includes puzzle piece templates for a two-part puzzle and a four-part puzzle- perfect for matching activities! I have included an image of the entire puzzle, as well as the individual parts for each. **I have updated the file to also include the 8 transparent versions of all the pieces. I think the transparent versions of the entire puzzles will be especially helpful if you want to layer it over an image and then cut it apart as for the kids to match up** Enjoy and check out my o
This cute set of mini-posters illustrates the age-old "Give Me Five" behavior management trick. When making visual reminders like this, I think that for them to be effective, it's important to have graphics that really show he kids what the expectations are. I couldn't find any clipart that matched the "Give Me Five" actions, so I tried my hand at making my own. They're not that fancy, but I think they'll get the job done. You can grab a set if you think you can use them in your classroom this
Quick and easy notes to staple to unfinished work. Each note has a quick checklist, so that the teacher may note why the student has unfinished work. A blank has been provided for additional reasons/notes. Included: 1 page color notes 1 page B/W notes --4 notes per page-- Thank you!
You can use these coin booklets to introduce and/or review US coins (penny, nickel, dime, quarter). The pages in these booklets can be cut apart and stapled together, or you can fold them into booklet form. They contain very simple sentences for the earliest learner. Updated 1/4/13 to include the half dollar. Clipart courtesy of FCIT
Teaching children how to use punctuation in their writing, and how to use punctuation to read with fluency in reading, is an expectation of the Common Core. This free download is just what you need to help teach your kiddos this important skill in a fun way! Included here are seven punctuation song posters to help your students identify different punctuation marks and remember their meaning. Each punctuation mark poster is formatted in a variety of colors to fit your classroom decor, includi
Need to review math operations clue words with your students! Here are some activities for you! Packet includes 1. Study Guide for Students 2. Cut and Paste Activity 3. Word Problems to Solve using Clue Words 4. Student Written Word Problems Check out my store or blog for other free and affordable activities! :)
Use these 5 free worksheets for practicing affix use and introducing roots to your students. These worksheets will work fine as stand-alone activities, but they are all part of a larger, 40 page (plus answer keys and Common Core Charts) prefix, suffix and root word product:Prefixes, Suffixes and Roots (for print or use digitally with TpT Easel)Thanks for looking!Rachel Lynette
This worksheet is great for any story! It is part of my Story Skills / Story Elements Pack. It contains the following sections: Wonderings (Where students can ask questions before reading) Vocabulary Genre Point of View Author's Purpose Character Analysis
Would Your Rather Questions: FREEHere are 20 fun Would You Rather Questions just for kids. These are great to use when you have a few extra minutes.Get 180 more questions here:200 Would You Rather Questions,
These editable skill snapshots are great for communicating with parents how students are doing with small group reading skills. You can customize for each reading group so that parents get a more specific idea of what their child is working on and how they are doing with those skills.This is similar to my original snapshot (my featured free download,) but that one is more general without specific skills listed.There is a template for kindergarten, first grade, and then one that works for both 2n
The ORIGINAL Text Detectives for Color-Coded Comprehension and Text Evidence! :) This bundle includes 5 sample passages to let you try my best-selling Text Detectives packs before you buy! Do your students have trouble finding text evidence to support their answers to basic comprehension questions? After reading short passages, your students will underline the text-based evidence that answers each basic comprehension question using a simple color-code system. Perfect for introducing close read
This is an easy and fun little game for your students to practice place value and expanded notation to tens and ones. Common Core Aligned to First Grade! Other Similar Products: Freebie Place Value Hundreds and Thousands Roll It Make It Expand It Freebie Place Value Ten Thousands through Millions Roll It Expand It
My popular Spelling Roll-A-Word inspired me to create a more comprehensive set of dice games to be used to enhance your reading and language arts class!Included in this set are:-Spelling Roll-A-Word (same as my original)-Vocabulary Roll-A-Word-Dictionary Roll-A-Word-Thesaurus Roll-A-Word-Read Fiction and Roll-Read Non-Fiction and RollI always appreciate feedback on my freebies! Enjoy!
This cute handwritten font was created alongside Miss Kindergarten. It is a handwritten teacher style font. This download gives you the right to use this font for personal use only. The download contains 1 TTF font. Please purchase a commercial license for commercial use! SINGLE FONT ALL FONTS Thanks!
The free Problem Solving Assessment Pack includes two tests, a pretest and a posttest, which were designed to help you assess your students' math problem-solving abilities. The pretest data will enable you to determine where to begin with your problem-solving instruction; the posttest data will help you track their progress later. A unique feature of this test is that it requires students to draw pictures to show how they are solving the problems. You'll be amazed at what you can learn from thos
2 Ways to Play! Pass out the cards to students. Have them sit in a circle. Pick a child to go first. They stand and read their card. (Your students may not be able to read yet, but they quickly catch on to how the game is played and "read" their cards accordingly.) The child with the correct answer stands up and reads their card. Play continues until all cards are read. To make this a REAL challenge, time the students and have them try to break their own record! Game 1: Say the lette
FREE Back to School Alphabet Phonics Letter of the Week BUPDATED: April 2016****The Phonics Letter of the Week MEGA BUNDLE is now available for purchase!****I have made this Phonics Letter of the Week unit to address the Kindergarten(Prep) level of learning. The contents of this packet provide teachers with a variety of games, activities and worksheets to help teach correct letter formation, written letter identification and recognition of initial letter sound.My aim when creating this book was
I hope your students enjoy these Solid, Liquid and Gas sorting printables. Black and white NO PREP printables are ready for you to print and go!Perfect for your science center or independent practice! 2 versions included. Check out the full States of Matter unit here:States of MatterOther products you may also be interested in:Living and Non-Living Things PowerPointFood ChainsForms of Energy PowerPointForms of Energy (Heat, Light and Sound)MagnetsSeasonsWant to be the first to know about new pro
Free Candy Awards to use for your students, staff, family, church, or ANYWHERE! There are over 30 different candy awards to give out! Color or Black and White I create a red carpet event for my class and buy a candy bar for each student that fits their personality! I hand them the candy and the award to celebrate them! It is such a joyous occasion and we giggle at the different personalities! To see how I do this in my classroom check out this poston my blog, Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits.
This freebie is designed to help you supplement teaching time to your students. This unit focuses on both digital and analog clocks and telling time to the hour, half hour, quarter after and quarter to. In this unit you will find: “At What Time?” – Students write the digital time and draw the analog clock hands for four events. “What Do You Do?” – Students describe what they do at each of the times shown on the clocks. “A.M. or P.M.?” – Students record whether each clock & description occ
Please remember - leaving FEEDBACK earns YOU TpT credits and money off your future purchases on TpT! :) Want more Estimation Jar fun? Check out Estimation Jar #2! ￼FIND IT HERE. ￼ This UPPER ELEMENTARY Estimation Jar Activity teaches students to look at data and analyze its features. The Estimation Jar is a favorite of my students. Use these two activities over and over! Activity #1: Students learn the difference between a guess and an estimate. They estimate how many items are in the est
This freebie includes a complete interactive reading notebook lesson on making inferences. It is a bonus lesson that is not included in my other notebook products, so be sure to download this if you own those as well. This lesson includes 3 activities and is aligned to CCSS standards for grades 4-8. Are you thinking about using interactive notebooks in your reading classroom? I've also included at the end of this freebie a 3-page Getting Started Guide / FAQ for interactive notebooking. If you