A mini kite theme, is one of the many units I include in our March activities. With that in mind, I designed this packet of 14 Common Core worksheets. There are full-page patterns, as well as 2-on-a-page templates, plus an "I Spy" game cover, if you want to collate them into a little workbook for your kiddos.
Practice number sense with these quick, easy and fun Seuss-hat worksheets. Start with zero or mix them up and do one each day. Great for home-school connections (homework), early finishers, or a sub folder too.
Practice a variety of math standards with this quick, easy and fun worksheet. Teacher can choose a number, give children a choice or have them roll dice to figure out what number they will use to fill out their worksheet.
This mitten-themed emergent reader, is a quick, easy and fun way to have students practice simple writing skills and end punctuation. Completed projects make an adorable winter bulletin board. Scatter the mittens on a background of blue snowflake wrapping paper, with paper cut out snowflakes or white doilies for a border.
This quick, easy and fun Thanksgiving turkey game, will help students practice strategy, coordinated pairs, skip counting by 2's, 5's and 10's, as well as addition and tally marks.
Help students learn to read and write family words with this quick and easy pumpkin patch craft. Students assemble their pumpkin and write the names and relationships of the members of their family that live with them on the back of their pumpkin.
Keep track of how many Olympic medals your country is winning by recording a tally mark under the appropriate medal. There is a recording sheet for the United States, as well as a generic one any country can use.
A less boring way to count to 100, is to have your students choose one of these Tally Ho sheets and make 100 tally marks. When they are done, they can also skip count to 100 by 5's.
Cover a variety of standards with these January-themed winter math worksheets. Use them for your math block, morning work, sub folder, something for early finishers to work on, a math center, or for homework. The template stays the same with changing clip art to keep things fresh and interesting. Students are empowered and get right down to work, because they are familiar with the format.
Make a classroom elf of your own, or use this as an individual behavior modification technique and have each child make one. The body is made out of a decorative lunch bag. Children add tally marks for staying focused, completing tasks, behaving etc.