This resource round-up is filled with ELA and social studies resources that will support your students’ critical analysis and creative thinking. We’re featuring reading comprehension, word work, writing skill building resources and more. Check out these resources — half of which are FREE!


CVC Word Family | Decodable Flipbook | Free
CVC Word Family | Decodable Flipbook | Free by Curiosity in K

It’s FREE!

“This resource will provide your students with practice decoding passages fluently and reading words within the -ug word family.”

Spring Craft | Word Family Craft | Decodable CVC Words | Science of Reading
Spring Craft | Word Family Craft | Decodable CVC Words | Science of Reading by Curiosity in K

“These word family flowers will serve as a fun craft or ELA center activity. Students will spin the flower petals and practicing decoding real words!”

Fluency Rubric Freebie
Fluency Rubric Freebie by Reading in Room 11

It’s FREE!

“This is a great way for both you and your students to assess the three components of fluency – accuracy, rate, and expression.”

Phonological Awareness Oral Blending Activity: Sounds
Phonological Awareness Oral Blending Activity: Sounds by Reading in Room 11

“These print and go Guess My Word boards are perfect for practicing oral sound/word blending and phonological awareness. These no prep printables are ideal for groups, a teacher-led center, a whole group activity and more!”

Rural, Urban, Suburban Communities Poster
Rural, Urban, Suburban Communities Poster by honeybee

It’s FREE!

“Great for Social Studies, cute mini-posters to display with descriptions of Rural, Urban and Suburban Communities.”

Family History Report
Family History Report by honeybee

“An engaging Family History Report to enrich your Social Studies curriculum! This at-home project allows students to work with their families to create a family tree, learn about their ancestors, share holiday traditions, interview a family member and more to create a meaningful keepsake.”

Pearl Harbor nonfiction passage and task cards
Pearl Harbor nonfiction passage and task cards by Chocolate 4 Teachers

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“This resource explains why and how Pearl Harbor Day became a holiday. It includes an Easel activity and an assessment.”

The Old Mallory Place: Short Story and Passages Compare Fiction to Non-Fiction
The Old Mallory Place: Short Story and Passages Compare Fiction to Non-Fiction by Chocolate 4 Teachers

“A combination of fiction and informational text reading skills are challenged and practiced in this reading unit. An Easel activity and Easel assessment increase the ways you can use this resource.”

Reading Strategy Posters | Decoding Posters
Reading Strategy Posters | Decoding Posters by Learning Little by Little

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“Display these reading strategy posters in your classroom or use them as visual aids in your lessons to help emergent readers develop important reading skills.”

Ocean Exploration Digital & Printable | Ocean Inquiry Google Slide Ocean Lessons
Ocean Exploration Digital & Printable | Ocean Inquiry Google Slide Ocean Lessons by Learning Little by Little

“Learn about the ocean and marine life with these ready to go (no prep) lessons, engaging activities and printable tasks!”

Goldilocks and the Three Bears: Retelling Sticks & Book Companion
Goldilocks and the Three Bears: Retelling Sticks & Book Companion by MrsMabalay

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“This is a fun and engaging resource that emphasizes retelling a story. Students love using retelling sticks in the classroom. Minimal prep with book companion printables.”

The 5 W's: Posters and Retelling Sticks
The 5 W’s: Posters and Retelling Sticks by MrsMabalay

“These are great for teaching students the 5 W’s: Who, what, where, when, and why. When reading a story, this resource will give them the tools to be able to retell what was read.”

Sentence Writing and Cut and Paste Sentence Structure Freebie
Sentence Writing and Cut and Paste Sentence Structure Freebie by Patricia Pat Resources

It’s FREE!

“If you are looking for a hands-on sentences builder that is differentiated this resource is for you. These worksheets gradually ask students to cut out parts of sentences, build and write them in diverse levels of difficulty.”

Sentence Writing Complete Sentences | Sentence Structure | Sentence Building
Sentence Writing Complete Sentences | Sentence Structure | Sentence Building by Patricia Pat Resources

“Is writing complete sentences or sentence structure a struggle for your students? If so, you’ll love how these sentence building worksheets will help you teach how to write complete sentences.”

FREE Count and Cover Math Activity Number Match 0-20
FREE Count and Cover Math Activity Number Match 0-20 by Running Turtle Resources

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“Count and Cover Activities reinforce Number Recognition and Representation in a fun, interactive way.”

All About Me Build A Glyph Craftivity l Seasonal Writing Craft Activities l SEL
All About Me Build A Glyph Craftivity l Seasonal Writing Craft Activities l SEL by Running Turtle Resources

“Seasonal All About Me Glyphs are helpful in building Classroom Community and learning more about your students.”

Alphabet Activities
Alphabet Activities by Organized in Fourth

It’s FREE!

“Practice letters and letter sounds with flashcards, matching games, and task cards! This product was created with busy teachers in mind!”

Continents and Oceans | Interactive Google Slides Activities
Continents and Oceans | Interactive Google Slides Activities by Organized in Fourth

“These interactive slides allow students to practice identifying the continents and oceans on a map as well as learn fun new information about each continent and ocean!”

Informative Writing | Animal Research Project Template | FREEBIE
Informative Writing | Animal Research Project Template | FREEBIE by Lucky Chlover Writing

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“This product makes writing FUN, as kids love to learn about dogs! It has a reading passage and fun graphic organizers to get them started with writing.”

Dog Animal Research Project Report - Informational Writing and Reading Passages
Dog Animal Research Project Report – Informational Writing and Reading Passages by Lucky Chlover Writing

“Students generally don’t get excited about writing, but assigning them their own dog breed to research will get them begging to write! This product comes with reading passages, leveled writing, posters, a flipbook, and guided research!”

Branches of Government Color by Number - Close Reading and Text Marking
Branches of Government Color by Number – Close Reading and Text Marking by Think Tank Too

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“Color by Number activities are a great change of pace and a unique approach to teaching or reviewing concepts.”

U.S. Constitution DIGITAL 360 Escape Room - Branches of Government
U.S. Constitution DIGITAL 360 Escape Room – Branches of Government by Think Tank Too

“The U.S. Constitution DIGITAL 360 Escape ROOM gives students a chance to decode puzzles and read passages, all while actively learning!”

How to teach handwriting | Free video | Tips for the classroom
How to teach handwriting | Free video | Tips for the classroom by Handwriting Heroes

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“This video is the answer for teachers struggling to find a fun and engaging way to incorporate best practices related to teaching handwriting in their classroom. “

Handwriting | Lowercase Letters
Handwriting | Lowercase Letters by Handwriting Heroes

“Handwriting Heroes expedites handwriting instruction and makes it interactive, fun, and easy to implement. Students love the multisensory activities, including animations, stories, action words, and songs, and you’ll love how quickly they become writers.”

Context Clues Sorting Activity
Context Clues Sorting Activity by Practice Made Purposeful

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“This resource provides fun, engaging, and effective practice with the oh-so-important skill of using context clues. Students will be challenged to identify the 3 types of context clues in short passages and to use those context clues to determine the meaning of unknown words.”

Comparing and Contrasting Theme: 12 Passages & Multiple-Choice Questions
Comparing and Contrasting Theme: 12 Passages & Multiple-Choice Questions by Practice Made Purposeful

“This product helps students master the skill of comparing and contrasting the theme of paired passages, and it is designed to mimic what students will see on state tests! With 12 total passages (including 6 sets of paired passages) and 18 multiple-choice questions (with short-response questions, as well), your students will develop a greater understanding of how to compare and contrast themes of paired passages!”

Fall Math Worksheet- I can count to 10
Fall Math Worksheet- I can count to 10 by Simply Teaching Youngins

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“This simple worksheet helps students with number recognition, one to one counting, and fine motor skills. “

Name Writing Practice- Name Trace Paper (Editable) Autofill Easy and Quick
Name Writing Practice- Name Trace Paper (Editable) Autofill Easy and Quick by Simply Teaching Youngins

“This super easy to use name writing document helps students learn to write their names.”

Math Activities for Fast Finishers FREEBIE!!! - Google Slides Access included!
Math Activities for Fast Finishers FREEBIE!!! – Google Slides Access included! by Countryside Teaching

It’s FREE!

“These 9 engaging math activities are perfect to engage students that are needing an extra challenge in your classroom. These activities include math path and pattern puzzles, pyramid addition and more!”

Plexer
Plexer “Rebus” Word Puzzles BUNDLE!!! – Google Slides Access Included! by Countryside Teaching

“Your students will enjoy these fun critical thinking plexer word puzzles. They’re perfect for an enrichment activity or for those students who enjoy a good challenge.”

Northeast Region Reading Comprehension Freebie (Digital & Physical)
Northeast Region Reading Comprehension Freebie (Digital & Physical) by The Calmish Teacher

It’s FREE!

“This resource touches on upper elementary reading skills while learning about the Northeast Region of the United States.”

Mock Trial - Elementary School
Mock Trial – Elementary School by The Calmish Teacher

“This resource will engage your students while teaching them about the court system. They will practice persuasive/argumentative writing, supporting that writing with textual evidence, speaking/listening, questioning skills, connecting with literary texts and more.”