Monkeys


19 pages.

Choose from 11 sets of cards to play Memory Match or "I Have; Who Has?" games.  Children can match animals to animals, animals to their symbols, or animal cards to word cards.  Includes background information about Chinese New Year, a list of what the animal traits are, along with the years that they were the special animal + a spinner game.

68 pages! Common Core State Standards: LK.1a, L.1.1a, RF.K.1b, RF.K.3c, RF.K.1d, RF.K.3a, RF.K.3b, RF.1.2a, L.K.2c, L.K.5a This alphabet puzzle packet has lots of activities for your little ones to enjoy learning, as they review a variety of standards

39 pages. Your students will enjoy making and wearing these 30 masks to help make story time come alive. Act out poems, nursery rhymes, fairy tales, counting parts of a story, and special holidays.

20 pages. An interesting and different way to get your students to enjoy practicing skip counting by 2's, 3's, 5's and 10's + counting by 1's to 30. Includes traceable number cards + covers so students can make Itty Bitty booklets.
5 pages. An easy reader rhyming booklet, that reinforces counting and math skills. Students circle the last number in the sequence and stamp that many dots in the set. Includes a graphing extension.
18 pages. Students will enjoy trying to solve the mystery of what animal stole the shapes as they trace and write the shape word as well as trace the shape around the animal. Includes graphing extensions, a song, games, and an art center.

10 pages. Common Core State Standard RI.K1d Your students will enjoy making and collecting these 6 different animal sliders. Use them as a fun way to assess students too!

45 pages. A variety of fun table top activities for your students for Leap Day.

7 pages. Common Core State Standard: RF.K.3c A great activity for Leap Day. This is a relatively easy reader that includes sight words and words from the Dolch word list that incorporate facts about interesting animals that leap.

8 pages. Can your students guess where those crazy monkeys have gone? Give them 2 choices then graph the results as an extra math extension!
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