In honor of spring, it’s raining terrific resources that are sure to bring some sunshine in the form of smiles to your students faces! We’ve got Earth Dayscience resources, and sight words. Lots of math and phonics, and a thoughtful pack on making informed civic decisions. Check out all of the great stores we’re featuring and then and follow your favorites! 


Explicit, Direct Decoding of Short Vowel Words by Emily Hutchison

Many students need a clear, explicit, and direct explanation of phonics patterns they will encounter within the texts they read. This product provides a direct approach to teach phonics skills within a whole group, small group, or intervention setting.” It’s Free!

Part Part Whole: How I See Numbers by Emily Hutchison

“In order to be fluent and flexible with numbers, mathematicians need to be able to visualize numbers. This resource allows students to show how they visualize and put numbers together.” 

Free Generic Mystery Writing with Interactive Student Notebook Foldables by Wise Owl Factory

“Interactive student notebook printable pages (ISN’s/foldables) for characters, setting, clues, and detective tools. A cover and rubrics are also included. Black and white printing.” It’s Free!

Decision Making Grade 4 Personal, Family, School, Community by Wise Owl Factory

Help students learn to make informed civic and economic choices. Personal, family, school, and government decision making PPTx and PDF discussion guides included.” 

Learning Sight Words: Pre-Primer FREE Sampler by Ainslee Labs

Learning how to read and spell sight words can get monotonous, but not with these packets! Each sight word has two pages of engaging practice that offer repetition without the boredom. Kids love practicing their sight words with these worksheets!” It’s Free! 

Learning Sight Words: The Bundle (Pre-Primer, Primer, 1st grade Dolce) by Ainslee Labs

“Learning how to read and spell sight words can get monotonous, but not with these packets! Each sight word has two pages of engaging practice that offer repetition without the boredom. Kids love practicing their sight words with these worksheets!” 

Free Landforms Bulletin Board Posters and Matching Activity by Kid World Citizen

“Learning about geography and landforms is crucial for students to develop an understanding of Earth science, and the intersection of erosion, ecosystems, and natural resources. These gorgeous illustrations and clear definitions introduce landforms, while the matching activities offer practice for students.” It’s Free! 

Cool Math & Science Night STEM Games and Activities ~ K-5 School Wide Event by Kid World Citizen

“Ready to use with inexpensive materials, this Math and Science Night packet includes STEM activities perfect for a school-wide event, and for math and science centers. The diverse games and challenges are exciting, hands-on, and interactive, appropriate for preK through 5th grade!” 

STEM Earth Day Oil Spills and Pipelines Freebie by Science School Yard

“Just in time for Earth Day, this STEM resource from the Science School Yard is perfect for problem solving as they clean up oil spills and build pipelines. Easy setup with simple everyday supplies!” It’s Free! 

Sound Digital Interactive Activities for Ipad and Google Drive by Science School Yard

“This Science School Yard digital science resource is perfect for iPads and computer. This Digital Sound Unit is the perfect way to go paperless!” 

 
Types of Angles Animated Math Music Video: Fun Math Center Station Activity by Math Lessons by NUMBEROCK

Which type of angle is the cutest? Which looks like the antlers on the head of a FULL-GROWN moose?! Find out the answers to these mysterious questions as Earl, our favorite pizza delivery man, takes us on his route for a day to show us around the world of angles.” It’s Free!

 
NUMBEROCK Musical Math Centers: Curriculum w/ Games, Review, Worksheets & More by Math Lessons by NUMBEROCK

“Your math lessons will never be the same again after you employ the power of world-class educational music and professional animations to break the mercury off the engagement meter in your classroom.”