What’s Your Name? Fitness Activity Printable for Kids
What's your name? Fitness activity printable for kids. Your kids will get a workout without realizing it when you make fitness into a fun game with this spell your name workout.
Friday Letter Anchor Chart
This anchor chart is the perfect way to implement Friday Letters in your classroom. This is a series of questions students can use to respond to when writing their weekly letter to you. Unsure about what a Friday letter is? Hop on over to my blog to read more about it. The questions include: - What...
Add some value to playtime with these story starters for kids and parents. Creat... - Creative 💡
Add some value to playtime with these story starters for kids and parents. Created by developmental psychologist Dr. Holly Ruhl for Motherly, these creative writing and talking prompts will take you all on a fun adventure! – creativeideaspinterest.tk
This is a great way to teach the difference between b and d
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Bossy R Activities For First Grade - Firstieland
Teach your students about r-controlled vowels with these fun Bossy R activities that include the story of the Bossy R Sisters, games, printables and more!
The worksheet contains eight basic English riddles with an answer sheet on the second page. It can be used as a warm up activity that is fun yet challenging. I certainly didn't know most of the answers without the key!All eight riddles are from http://eslmobi.com/3i/a_riddles.htm . I simply chose the riddles from the site and formatted it in Microsoft Word. - ESL worksheets
WeAreTeachers on Instagram: “"Subtraction Hands 🙌 Every year this activity is a winner with my cherubs and every year I say the same bad joke about ‘giving them a hand'…”
8,348 Likes, 448 Comments - WeAreTeachers (@weareteachers) on Instagram: “"Subtraction Hands 🙌 Every year this activity is a winner with my cherubs and every year I say the…”
Kindergarten Math: Addition
Once a child has started mastering basic number and quantity recognition, basic math operations can be introduced. And there is no better place to start
Read Aloud Chapter Books for 4 and 5 (and 6) Year Olds
10 chapter books that are perfect to read aloud to children ages 4 to 6 years old. The book list includes a mix of classic and contemporary titles to share.