Games


9 pages.

If you are doing a frog theme, you'll enjoy this 10 frame frog packet.

Be sure and check out our other 10 frame activities; we have lots!

6 pages.

Review shapes with this fun spinner game.  A black & white + labeled spinners are also included.

3 pages.

Glyphs are a fun way to learn more about your students and assess listening and following directions.   This one also helps review shapes and colors. Completed projects make eye-catching bulletin boards.

4 pages.

Mazes are a nice little something for a table top morning activity, or for  "early finishers." There are 4 different levels: easy, medium, hard, difficult.

2 pages.

2 different apple games that reinforce life skills, counting, and number identification.

5 pages. Common Core State Standard: 1.MD.3a

A fun way to review analog and digital time.  Print off the color copies, laminate and glue to Popsicle sticks so that you can reuse them each year. Using a dry erase marker, students show the time that the teacher calls out, they then flip the Popsicle stick to show the digital time.  This is a quick and easy way to whole-group assess.  A black and white template is also included, so that students can make and color one for themselves.

11 pages. Common Core State Standards: RF.K.1d, L.1.1a

If you do a transporatation unit, you'll want to be sure to include this game in your activities. Print off the "Parking Lots" on construction paper and laminate.  You can attach them to make one long one, or keep them separate, so more students can play.  This will be so popular, that you'll want to make a few extra sets.This is a special FREEBIE in my TpT shop.  Just click on the link to grab this super-fun freebie today. Park It!  An Alphabet Matching Game.

1 page.

Print off and use as flashcards, for games, a bulletin board boarder, or anchor chart.

13 pages.

Nice activities for the 1st day of school. The "I'm bubbling with excitement that you are in my class." bookmarks, are a cute surprise left on students' desks.  Add a small bottle of bubbles as a gift, and you've made children feel especially welcome.  Allow children to blow bubbles at recess or take them out at the end of the day.  They can count how many bubbles they blew in 1 breath. Graph the results on the enclosed template.

8 pages. This is a quick and easy way for students to make new friends during the first week of school. Completed projects make a cute back to school bulletin board.

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