20 pages.

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.

25 pages.

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. 

22 pages. Common Core State Standards: 1.NBT.2a, 1.NBT.2b, 1.NBT.2c, 1.NBT.3, K.NBT.1 A wonderful "craftivity" to help students understand place value in a fun way. Includes 1 for each month + extras. Great for assessing.

20 pages. Make a wonderful-keepsake booklet for each student with monthly notes written by proud parents. Sure to help build self-esteem and confidence.

63 pages. Common Core State Standard:RF.K.3c Tis the season for flip-flops! This packet is stuffed with CVC words, that when flip-flopped (written backwards) give you more CVC word fun.

4 pages. Common Core State Standard: 1.MD.3 A fun way to help students review time to the hour in one game, and time to the half hour in another. Children write the digital time at the top of the raindrop, and draw hands for the correct time on the a
6 pages. Making a water cycle wheel helps students understand this concept as they can visually "see" the cycle going round and round. Includes a cut & glue water cycle worksheet as well.
109 pages! There are many ways you can use this packet. Students can sort words by vowel sounds, word families, nouns, verbs, plurals, contractions, rhyming words, colors, numbers, shapes, antonyms, synonyms etc.
6 pages. This quick, easy and fun "craftivity" is a wonderful way to review patterning with your students. Completed projects make a colorful spring bulletin board.
11 pages. Since tweeting is all the rage, I decided to hone in on that motivation to get students to tweet a variety of things on a daily or weekly basis as a format for quick, easy and fun writing prompts.
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