Practice place value with this easy and fun Cat in the Hat laminated place value mat. Students take turns calling out a 3-digit number. Using a dry erase marker, students write the number on the hat brim and then place that many number tiles in the appropriate columns. This is a quick and simple way to whole-group assess. When students have filled in their mat, they raise their hand. You can see at a glance who needs help.
After reading Dr. Seuss's If I Ran The Circus, have students transition to either of these interesting writing prompts. One is a class book. Choose which writing prompt you want your students to do. They complete their page and illustrate it. Collect and collate the pages. Read your class book aloud by having each student share the page that they wrote.
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.
Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat number cards from 0-120. Packet includes math symbols so that students can make equations, as well as an odd and even sorting mat and a tip list of what to do with the cards, including Kaboom cards to make games even more fun.
Packet includes separate upper and lowercase letter cards, as well as cards with both the upper and lowercase letters showing. Use them for flashcards, a bulletin board boarder, center activities, puzzles or games. Includes a tip list of what to do with the cards, as well as "Kaboom" cards to make your games even more fun.
There is so much new vocabulary associated with teeth. I've included an alphabetical list of 101 words associated with dental hygiene, several dental hygiene word searches, plus a dental hygiene word journal, where students can write new words as well as their definitions.
Challenge your students to make a list of words using the letters in Olympics. I've included a recording sheet, certificates of praise + my list of 77 words.
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.
Here are 10 Valentine bookmarks that you can use as incentives. Challenge your students to try and collect all 10 bookmarks throughout valentine's week for finishing various tasks, or use them as prizes on party day.