August


40 pages. Common Core Standards:K.G.1, K.G.2, RF.K.1a, RF.K.3c, L.K.2a, L.K.2b, L.1.2b, RF.1.1a, K.MD.3, 1.MD.4, 1.G.1 You'll find all sorts of quick, easy and fun ways to review 2D shapes in this packet.

23 pages. Common Core State Standards: K.G.1, K.G.2, K.MD.3, 1.MD.4, 1.G.1 Make these silly shaped owls and increase your students knOWLedge of shapes, shape words, attributes etc.

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5 pages. These are quick, easy and inexpensive to make to hold goodies for an end of the school year or graduation gift. Leave the tummy template off and use for the first week of school too.

1 page. Good advice. Use posters as writing prompts and ask students to comment on them. Do they agree or disagree? What does the poster mean? etc.  This FREEBIE is part of my jumbo 203-page Miss Nelson is Missing Literacy & Math packet in my TpT shop.  Click on the link to pop on over.  For your convenience, I've included a PREVIEW here.

7 pages. Common Core State Standard:RF.K.3c Have students make a cover and glue it to a notebook. Every day assign a numbered activity for them to do, with words from your word wall. Includes a list of 51 activities that can easily be repeated with dif

10 pages. Common Core State Standards:1.MD.4,K.MD.3 A glyph is a wonderful way to see if students are listening and following directions. They are also a fun way to collect and analyze data.

7 pages. These are quick, easy and rather inexpensive gifts to make for your students for the first week of school.

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.

1 page. A gentle reminder for your students or family. Use as a writing prompt too. Can students think of anything else they could add to the list? i.e "If you break it, fix it."
8 pages. The more ways you can get students involved in shapes, the better the chance of the recognition light bulb finally going on. Lacing is fun for little ones, as well as an awesome fine motor skill.
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