This week’s resource round-up will help your students continue to boost their reading and social skills. We’re featuring Parts of Speech Boot Camp Drills, Reading Workshop Toolkits, Digital Escape Rooms, and Counseling Activities.

You’ll also find cognitive distortion resources, math center activities, and so much more. Remember: half of these resources are free!


Free - Preposition Word Flash Cards
Free – Preposition Word Flash Cards by Lily B Creations

It’s FREE!

“Introduce your students to prepositions with this cute song and set of flash cards. Simply print and use them during small and whole group review.”

Preschool Morning Message Cards - 250 Cards
Preschool Morning Message Cards – 250 Cards by Lily B Creations

“Help your students get started for a day of learning with these Preschool Morning Message Cards. Each card focuses on a skill to prepare them for Kindergarten.”

Summary Analysis Sampler--3 FREE Passages with Summary Criteria Tables
Summary Analysis Sampler–3 FREE Passages with Summary Criteria Tables by Growing Strong Readers

It’s FREE!

“Use these three short passages and criteria tables to help your students STRATEGICALLY choose the best summary from a list of four.”

Reading Workshop Guide & Toolkit: 55 Mini-lessons, First 20 Days Routines
Reading Workshop Guide & Toolkit: 55 Mini-lessons, First 20 Days Routines by Growing Strong Readers

“This is the ultimate guide to implementing an organized and informed reading workshop. Includes background information plus materials for planning and application.”

Boot Camp Parts of Speech Drill
Boot Camp Parts of Speech Drill by Katie Surly

It’s FREE!

“Get students in formation for BOOT CAMP! This freebie resource gets students up and moving as they practice two included Parts of Speech Drills.”

Earth Day Breakout: Digital Escape Room
“Earth Day Breakout: Digital Escape Room” by Katie Surly

“Who will be the first one to reach the Earth Day 2019 Celebration? This escape room is completely paperless with nothing to print or locks to set. ELA content is covered through high-quality non-fiction digital text and comprehension questions within the form including vocabulary, context clues, parts of speech, antonyms, informational texts, and ABC Order.”

Bugs and Insects Count and Clip Cards
Bugs and Insects Count and Clip Cards by Gigi Smith

It’s FREE!

“These free Bugs and Insects Count and Clip Cards (1-10) are a fun way for students to practice number recognition, number quantity, one-to-one correspondence, counting, and set recognition. Added bonus: they also make a fantastic fine motor skills activity.”

Number Sense 1-10 Math Centers
Number Sense 1-10 Math Centers by Gigi Smith

“Let’s COUNT on having SUM fun with numbers! This Number Sense 1-10 math packet contains 13 engaging math center activities that strengthen the following skills: counting, one-to-one correspondence, number recognition, number quantity, number order, number formation, addition to 10, subitizing/set recognition, and the concept of more and less.”

Coin Identification Sort - Money Sort *FREEBIE*
Coin Identification Sort – Money Sort *FREEBIE* by Miss Zees Activities

It’s FREE!

“This U.S. coin sort allows students to identify both the heads and tails side of each coin. This no-prep printable is easy for teachers, and fun for kids!”

Author's Purpose Pack - Answer, Explain, Describe RI.2.6
Author’s Purpose Pack – Answer, Explain, Describe RI.2.6 by Miss Zees Activities

“This pack provides students practice determining author’s purpose using Common Core’s answer, describe, explain format (RI.2.6). It includes multiple types of resources to engage students.”

Flush Your Negative Thoughts
Flush Your Negative Thoughts by School Counselor World

It’s FREE!

“Use this fun activity to teach students to get rid of, or ‘flush’ negative thoughts and replace them with positive thoughts that can be ‘reused.'”

Social Stories for Behavior BUNDLE K-2
Social Stories for Behavior BUNDLE K-2 by School Counselor World

“Fun and engaging social stories help teach important social skills. This bundle has a variety of social skills to help teach students expectations, rules, routines, acceptable/unacceptable behaviors, and others’ point of view.”