We’re really excited about this week’s resource lineup! Number sense, volume city, end of year multiplication review, learning to draw, and so much more! There’s no shortage of great ideas to finish off the year strong — check out these terrific Teacher-Authors and follow their stores to get alerts to their new and awesome resources. And tell your friends, because half of them are free!

Making Sense With Numbers Puzzle by Advanced Instruction Resources

“Students are often asked to make sense of numbers on a daily basis. This resource aims to help students improve their ability to identify the meaning of numbers and place them in appropriate situations.” It’s Free!

Number sense, volume city, end of year multiplication review, learning to draw, and more! There's no shortage of great ideas to finish the year strong.
Volume City by Advanced Instruction Resources

“This product is designed to encourage students to think like architects and engineers, and learn about measurement concepts in the process. This activity asks students to create their very own city while enabling students to develop a better understanding of perimeter, area, and volume.” 

Number sense, volume city, end of year multiplication review, learning to draw, and more! There's no shortage of great ideas to finish the year strong.
FREEBIE: Rainbow Sensory Bin: Opposite Concepts by Kari Radovich

“This puzzle activity targets opposite concepts/antonyms, which can be used as a teaching tool for both speech-language pathologists (SLPs), and teachers in a therapy session or classroom setting. Using it in a sensory bin adds to the level of engagement and excitement of searching for the missing puzzle piece!” It’s Free!

 

Number sense, volume city, end of year multiplication review, learning to draw, and more! There's no shortage of great ideas to finish the year strong.
Dough and Dot: Spring theme by Kari Radovich

“My Dough and Dot: Spring Edition resource is full of dough and dot marker activities that target some of the most common PreK/K language goals that SLPs work on with their students. Everything is zero or minimal prep, which helps save time during the super busy end-of-year IEP season. And it helps collect data for end of year progress reports, as well.” 

Number sense, volume city, end of year multiplication review, learning to draw, and more! There's no shortage of great ideas to finish the year strong.
Art Center: Drawing Step-by-Step Freebie by My Study Buddy

“This freebie is a fun way to get students drawing! These step-by-step drawings will help students put shapes together to make a picture, follow directions, and pay attention to detail.” It’s Free!

Number sense, volume city, end of year multiplication review, learning to draw, and more! There's no shortage of great ideas to finish the year strong.
End of the Year Activities Bundle (Kindergarten) by My Study Buddy

“Students will enjoy the end of the school year with these fun activities! They will review math skills, complete a kindergarten memory book, play summer bingo, and receive superhero awards!” 

Number sense, volume city, end of year multiplication review, learning to draw, and more! There's no shortage of great ideas to finish the year strong.
Spring Multiplication Color by Number Freebie by Amy Isaacson

“This freebie is a color by number page that is perfect for students to practice multiplying facts in honor of the spring season! Students will enjoy solving the multiplication problems and coloring the picture!” It’s Free!

Number sense, volume city, end of year multiplication review, learning to draw, and more! There's no shortage of great ideas to finish the year strong.
End of the Year Multiplication Color by Number by Amy Isaacson

“This pack has SIX different color by number pages that are perfect for students to practice multiplication facts during the end of year season! Students will enjoy solving the multiplication problems and coloring the pictures!”