This week, we’re featuring fantastic resources including Stretch the Sentence Writing Activities and Number Puzzles. We’ve also got activities to help your students practice CVC words, sequencing, vocabulary, genres, and more! So many great resources and half of them are free!


CVC Worksheets Freebie (Short Vowel Worksheets)
CVC Worksheets Freebie (Short Vowel Worksheets) by Learning Desk

It’s FREE!

“This freebie includes 10 pages of worksheets from my CVC bundle that provides a number of worksheets and hands-on activities for students to practice and learn CVC words.”

Beginning Blends Worksheets-L R S Blends and Activities Bundle
Beginning Blends Worksheets-L R S Blends and Activities Bundle by Learning Desk

“You’ll find this huge bundle of activities and worksheets helpful during guided reading, small groups, literacy centers, independent practice, and homework.”

Stretch The Sentence Writing Activities - Free Sample!
Stretch The Sentence Writing Activities – Free Sample! by Rachel K Resources

It’s FREE!

“This resource helps students to stretch out their sentences by adding more details! No more boring, short sentences!”

Roll A Story - Writing Activity
Roll A Story – Writing Activity by Rachel K Resources

“Tired of hearing ‘I don’t know what to write about!’ from your students? These roll-a-story boards will get students writing creatively all year long!”

Building Sentences
Building Sentences by ABCs with Mrs B

It’s FREE!

“Building Sentences is a great resource to use during literacy for students to practice structuring appropriate sentences. Reading and writing is incorporated into this fun and engaging center.”

Cross Number Puzzles: Grades 4
Cross Number Puzzles: Grades 4 by ABCs with Mrs B

“Number Puzzles are a great way to reinforce and review math terms throughout the year. The puzzles cover various grade level standards and are differentiated for student needs!”

What's Wrong ZAP! Vocabulary and Main Idea Development
What’s Wrong ZAP! Vocabulary and Main Idea Development by The Teacher’s Desk 6

It’s FREE!

“ZAP! is a fun and engaging way to have students practice any kind of skill from adding and subtracting to identifying fact and opinion statements. This particular ZAP! game provides students with practice identifying the main idea of a set of words: given four words, students will determine which one word does not belong.”

ELA Pencil Topper Mini Anchor Charts
ELA Pencil Topper Mini Anchor Charts by The Teacher’s Desk 6
 

“Anchor charts are a trending teaching tool; however, they are not portable and students are often away from the area where charts are displayed. These mini-anchor chart pencil toppers are the perfect teaching aid: small, portable, and fun for kids to use!”

The Five Stages of Language Acquisition Made Easy
The Five Stages of Language Acquisition Made Easy by Jackie Crews

It’s FREE!

“I created The Five Stages of English Acquisition Made Easy, as a guide to help empower classroom teachers who have English learners with the idea that teachers who read it will be better able to accommodate those English learners. Along with the five learning stages, I included some strategies to use as well.”

Fiction vs. Non-Fiction Sorts & Comparisons: Differentiated
Fiction vs. Non-Fiction Sorts & Comparisons: Differentiated by Jackie Crews

“My Fiction vs. Nonfiction product addresses not just the attributes of the two genres, but also gives students a chance to put what they learn to use. They will study and sort the attributes of the two genres with a variety of activities including cards for pocket charts, an interactive foldable, and even a picture sort for non-readers.”