Everyone’s back to school and lining up for some growth mindset and homework thank you notes! Don’t miss this terrific upper elementary math resource, a clip card bundle, and these encyclopedia research task cards. Many of these resources are free!
“This engaging, no-prep reading pack has been designed to meet ALL the third grade reading standards as outlined under the Common Core. This resource includes ten literature passages and ten informational passages. Each passage is written at three different reading levels to meet the needs of your students. Each passage has matching comprehension activities, including text dependent comprehension questions that are perfect for close reading.”
“Help students develop their auditory processing skills with these fun activities. Each card describes a different way to line students up during a transition time. Students must listen very carefully to determine when it is their turn to line up.” It’s Free!
“SMART Goals are the Best Goals — help your students set learning goals and reach them. Includes posters, SMART Goal sort, and graphic organizers.” It’s Free!
“Children learn through play! STEAM plus PLAY meets the needs of learners by encouraging meaningful play to build communication skills, problem solving strategies, and oral language. These 3 STEAM challenges allow learners to plan, investigate, create, experiment, and communicate without ever feeling like they are doing ‘work.'”
“This resource is perfect for creating a keepsake for students and grandparents on Grandparent’s Day. This resource gives students and their grandparents a great point of conversation and a handwriting keepsake to take at the end of the day.”
“This resource is a great way to teach or review ten frames and number recognition from 1 to 20. It can be used in centers or with your whole class.” It’s Free!
“These lessons are perfect for the elementary school librarian to get students excited about all of the resources that are found in a school library! The lessons include a PDF and an editable Word format and have Common Core, AASL and ISTE standards added for each lesson.”