There are lots of things you can do with these large letters: Use them as anchor charts, flashcards, Play-doh mats, or run them off on a variety of colors of construction paper; laminate and cut them out to make a border, or have them going up a large Chicka Boom tree.
The hexagon is often a "toughie" shape for students to learn. A fun way to give them more practice with hexagons, is with pattern blocks. Have them count them, stack them, pattern with them etc. As they are playing with the pattern blocks, challenge them to use the variousl pieces to see how many ways they can make the hexagon shape.
Your students will enjoy doing these pattern block kite puzzles. Packet includes color as well as black and white copies.
16 St. Paddy's Day puzzles will help your students practice counting and sequencing numbers 1-10, counting backwards from 10 to 1, as well as skip counting by 10's to 100. Includes 5 black and white puzzles so children can color their own.
Print, laminate and cut into strips. Keep each puzzle in their own Baggie. Use for centers, or a large group activity. You could also run off copies, so that each child has their own puzzle.
These dental hygiene-themed puzzles will help your students count forwards and backwards, as well as skip count by 10's to 100.
Students practice counting by 1's, counting backwards from 10 to 1 and skip counting by 10's to 100, with these 10-piece puzzles, that will help them learn to identify various US coins.
There are so many things you can do with this Olympic Word Packet. Use the Olympic alphabet cards for games, a bulletin board boarder, puzzles, centers, flashcards, sorting, your word wall etc. There's an alphabetical list of 528 words associated with the Olympics + 364 mini word cards students can alphabetize, or sort into nouns, verbs and adjectives on the Olympic word sorting mat.
These puzzles will help your students practice counting to 10, counting backwards from 10 to 1, as well as skip count by 10's to 100.
Help your students learn to count to 10, count backwards from 10 to 1; and skip count by 10's to 100, with these puzzles. Students can also make flip books, or cut and glue the pieces on a sheet of colored paper, leaving a space inbetween for an interesting piece of art.