Create a clock with moveable hands for students to manipulate and use when learning to tell time!
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Best to print the templates on card stock and laminate. Attach the hands of the clock with a brass fastener!
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Students will love this creative project. This cross-curricular, Language Arts & Social Studies resource will give students templates to create two U.S. President flip books – one for George Washington and one for Abraham Lincoln. A great February activity around Presidents’ Day or when discussing Washington and/or Lincoln’s birthdays.
This can be used for 1st, 2nd or 3rd Grades. For younger students, you can opt to give them facts for each president and allow them to choose which ones to write in the books. For older students, you can also choose to have students read a passage that you already have or to do a little research on their own to find facts. Students should write at least 5 facts on each flip book as each will have 5 pages.
Your young learners will love, Frog on a Log in a Bog – Color, Trace and Read! This resources contains 4 student pages on which your kiddos will have the opportunity to learn new words from the ‘og’ word family, practice fine motor skills as they color and trace, practice the formation of letters strengthening their letter recognition skills as they trace the words frog, log, and bog and then feel accomplished as they read their new words!
This Early Learning Math Poster Set has been designed for young learners – Preschool & Kindergarten classrooms. All posters are black & white for two reasons: To help you save $$ on ink costs as well as make it affordable to give every student there very own set to color and keep!
Includes 11 FULL PAGE posters – One for each number 0-10. Each poster includes the number, the number word, a ten frame and a domino!
Teaching rhyming words aids in teaching early literacy skills like phonemic awareness and fluency development. When children learn to rhyme, it helps them develop the ability to break words down into smaller parts like puzzle pieces.
This resource teaches 30 rhyming words through picture flashcards and 8 easy matching worksheets.