Frames and arrows review. This was created for an Everyday Math Review for my classroom! I print these and put them in a sheet protector and give the kids a dry erase marker during the review. :) They have 2-4 minutes per sheet depending on the class, and then they switch with their neighbor.
READING MULTISYLLABIC WORD STRATEGIES This is a chart the I created to be printed front and back. After it's printed, I laminate it and have enough for each child. There are 6 that live in the guided reading table and one in each child's reading bag. When they get to a multi-syllabic word and they cannot figure it out, they start at 1.
SNOW AND WINTER - Weekly Thematic Unit for Toddlers and Pre-K Children from LittleHands-BusyMinds on TeachersNotebook.com - - A weekly unit with five days of activities in all subject areas (math, science, circle time, etc.). Includes planning web. Activities are aligned with the learning standards.
Frames and Arrows-This pack includes a total of five pages.3 of the pages include frames and arrows with the rule. Students just fill in the missing frames.2 of the pages include frames and arrows without the rule and one missing frame.This file may grow over time. If it does, I will send out a notice to check back and get your new file.You may also like:Frames and Arrows Freebie 1Frames and Arrows Freebie 2Every Day Math Review Unit 4
Valentine's Day No Prep Common Core Literacy (5th grade)
This is a nonsense word card game we use in my classroom.Download the file, print, cut out, laminate (optional)Shuffle the deck of cardsDraw a cardRead the card If you get a frog, and you can read it, you keep it. If you get a log, all cards go back to the deck except the logWhoever has the most cards at the end of the game wins