This week we’ve got a playful bunch of resources that’ll have you dreaming of the ocean while building sentences and then chasing leprechauns while practicing sight words! There’s a spring hundreds chart with a some lovely surprises and you’ll meet 10 kids who’ve changed the world. Be sure to try the freebies and then follow the Teacher-Authors for more of their great resources!


Ocean Fun Sentence Picture Match by Paula’s Preschool and Kindergarten

“My Ocean Fun Sentence Picture Match is a hands-on reading center for the primary classroom, and even includes vocabulary posters to support emergent readers with unfamiliar words.” It’s Free!

Spring Hundreds Charts by Paula’s Preschool and Kindergarten

“Each of these eight spring-themed mystery pictures is differentiated for three learning levels, making it easy to meet the needs of all your students. It’s ready to print and go — just right for busy teachers.”

Sample Word Wall Practice by Stephanie Kinley Ruffner

“I created these word wall practice pages to practice using sight words on your word wall. The students will write all the words on the word wall that begin with each letter in the word at the top of the page. In this way, students practice using the word wall to find words. They then begin to understand how using the word wall helps them spell those words during writing time.” It’s Free!

Place Value – Tens and Ones – Yearlong Practice by Stephanie Kinley Ruffner

“My students need repeated practice with many math skills to achieve mastery. I created this pack to practice place value. You can use this product in your classroom for assessments, independent practice, small group, homework or review.”

10 Kids Who Changed the World by Beth Hammett the Educator Helper

“Check out motivational teen role models combined with activities that include genres of writing. This resource uses critical thinking and problem solving skills in coloring format with basic facts and timelines for cross-curriculum learning.”

Get Fit Action Story: Lucky the Leprechaun Looks for Gold by Beth Hammett the Educator Helper

This resource is full of sight words for building basic reading skills combined with active verbs for getting kids moving and physical education. It equals fun learning!”