There are still a few more weeks of school left and hopefully your students are cruising along like a well-oiled machine. Whether you’re looking for great ideas to finish your year strong or already planning for next year, you don’t want to miss these great resources that will have you skip counting for joy and “think boarding” ideas to help kids avoid the summer slide. Remember to leave feedback for the Teacher-Authors, and be sure follow their stores if you find something that resonates!

{FREEBIE} Skip-Counting Puzzles: For Counting by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s by A Pinch of Kinder – Yukari Naka


“A great centre for the kids to practice skip-counting by 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s! The visuals make the concept more concrete for little learners!” It’s Free!

Subtraction for Kindergarten: Centres, Printables & More by A Pinch of Kinder – Yukari Naka


“A variety of hands-on subtraction centres! A great way to keep subtraction practice fresh and fun!”

Fractions – Task Cards by Bee Happy


“This resource provides a bright, exciting activity that you may use in a variety of ways when the concept of fractions is introduced. It allows you to explore and consolidate the idea of a half in a fun, but meaningful way.” It’s Free!

Addition Word Problems – Think Boards – Sums within 20 – Bundle by Bee Happy


“This resource provides students with a structure to use when learning to solve word problems. The Thinkboards introduce five strategies that the children may use.” 

Kinder, First, and Second Grade Homework Assistant / Helper – EDITABLE by Live Laugh Teach First Grade


“This is a great insert for homework folders or to keep at student desks. Students can use this to refer back to when working independently.” It’s Free! 

Science Interactive Notebook K-2nd: FULL YEAR OF UNITS- Remastered by Live Laugh Teach First Grade


“This set is an entire year’s worth of Interactive Science activities, anchor charts, assessments, and science station activities. This will help provide students with the content they need in a fun and interactive way.”