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Fishing Read and Write - Cut and Paste (Close Reading)
Jul
19
2018

Fishing Read and Write

This product is NOW AVAILABLE in a Read and Write Bundle (Set 4) offering a SAVINGS of 12%

***THIS FISHING READ AND WRITE IS #28 OF 28 READ AND WRITES IN MY STORE; HOWEVER, IT IS THE FIRST READ AND WRITE TO HAVE FIVE PAGES. THIS READ AND WRITE ALSO INCLUDES A CUT AND PASTE SIGHT WORD PAGE AND AN ADDITIONAL WRITING PAGE NOT INCLUDED IN THE PREVIOUSLY CREATED READ AND WRITES. PLEASE LOOK AT THE PREVIEWS AND READ THE DESCRIPTIONS IN THE OTHER READ AND WRITES BEFORE PURCHASING TO KNOW WHAT IS INCLUDED IN EACH ONE. THANK YOU!

Take a look at the PREVIEW To see each page included.

In this five page Fishing Read and Write pack, students will read the one page fishing story and color the pictures. Then there are two pages with five sentences on each page about the story. Each sentence has a missing word. At the end of each sentence, there are two words for students to choose the correct missing word. Students will circle the word that correctly completes the sentence matching the story on the first page, and then write the correct word in the blank. The next page is a cut and paste sight word activity. Five sentences from the story are shown with a missing sight word. The five missing sight words are at the bottom of the page for students to cut and glue the correct word to complete the sentence. For both of the above activities, have students go back and find the sentence in the story and underline or highlight the sentence to show where they found the answer in the story. This will help them complete the activities with the correct answer by going back to the text which is what close reading is all about (digging deeper). The last page is a writing activity that asks two questions about fishing: 1. What do you like to do when you go fishing? 2. Where do you go fishing? This writing activity gives students the opportunity to make self to text connections. 

This is a great reading and comprehension check for guided reading, a mini lesson, a literacy center, or homework. It is also great for introducing close reading to look back into the story to find the answers.

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FREE -- Open House PowerPoint (Editable)
Jul
19
2018

 FREE -- Open House PowerPoint (Editable)

This powerpoint was created to make open house hassle free. Parents seem to all arrive at the same time making open house a little overwhelming at times. This powerpoint allows parents to see what they need to do before leaving your classroom at open house. It also gives important information that they can be reading instead of asking you so many questions. This powerpoint contains important information including name tags, lunch numbers, arrival times, developing independence, bookbags, lunch times and prices, student behavior, and dismissal times. Hopefully this will give you an idea of how to make your open house more effective and smooth sailing.  

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Writing

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6. Opinion Writing: Holidays

7. Opinion Writing: Polar Animals

8. Opinion Writing: Seasons

9. Opinion Writing: Favorite Sweets

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Emergent Readers

1. Emergent Reader: Mittens

2. Emergent Reader: Snowflakes (Numbers 0-20 and Ten Frames)

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Numbers and Number Words

1. Numbers & Sets to 10 Winter

2. Ordinal Numbers

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Ten Frames

1. Ten Frames 0-10 Winter

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Phonics

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Addition & Subtraction

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Addition Sums to 20 (solve for missing addends and sums)
Jul
19
2018

Addition Sums to 20 (solve for missing addends and sums)

This 115 page packet includes a wide range of addition problems. Sums range from 1-20. Variety of problems provides for DIFFERENTIATION!  A variety of problems are included allowing students to start with finding the missing addend to add to 1 to correctly complete the sum, and then continuing through 20 for finding the missing addends and sums. Please look at the PREVIEW to see the wide variety of problems included.

A number line to 20 is included on every page for students to use to solve each problem.

These pages are great to put in a math center, for morning work, or homework.

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Lois Lowry's Number the Stars Characters Word Search (Grades 3-5)
Jul
19
2018

This product includes 1 word search puzzle and 1 answer key, which contain the characters from Lois Lowry's "Number the Stars" book. The answer key is highlighted according to color: red = horizontal words, yellow = vertical words, and teal = diagonal words.

Students are asked to find and circle words in the puzzle using a word list. Words may be vertical, horizontal, diagonal, forward, or backward. A color clipart picture of Lois Lowry is found at the top, right-hand corner of the word search page.

Our original literature puzzle is written primarily for grades 3-5. Use it during author studies, library lessons, morning work, as homework, or as handouts for substitute teachers.


Lois Lowry's Number the Stars Characters Word Search List:
- Annemarie
- Kirsti
- Ellen
- Peter
- Henrik
- Mrs. Johansen
- Lise
- Mrs. Rosen
- Blossom
- Thor

Lois Lowry Writing Paper Set
Jul
19
2018

This 3 sheet set of solid-lined paper is 8.5” wide x 11” tall when printed. Product is not editable.

Use them for author study, biography research reports, mini reports, homeschool notebooking, short stories, poems, and other writing assignments.


Lois Lowry Writing Paper Set includes:

1 whole sheet with black and white clipart picture of Lois Lowry

1 half sheet with black and white clipart picture of Lois Lowry

1 half sheet with words "Lois Lowry" in picture box for drawing (no clipart)

Fall Season Opinion Writing Pack
Jul
19
2018

Help students practice their writing skills with our Fall Season Opinion Writing Pack. This pack includes 7 pages. Answer key is not included. Product is not editable.

The first two pages ask the questions, “Do you like the fall? Why or why not?” and “Do you like scarecrows? Why or why not?” Students write their opinions on the nine blank (solid) lines. Each page contains a black and white picture.

The next four pages ask the question, “Which do you like better? Why?” Students choose between two items, which include raking the leaves vs. playing in the leaves, apple pie vs. pumpkin pie, squirrel vs. owl, and Halloween vs. Thanksgiving, and write their opinions on the nine blank (solid) lines. Each page includes black and white pictures of the two items with their names below.

The last page is a blank page (solid-ruled lines) for additional writing space, if needed.

Level K Trick Word Recognition Game with Pumpkins
Jul
19
2018

Practice sight word recognition with this fall themed game designed for learning about Level K Trick Words. The object of this Halloween themed game is to find the black cat hidden behind one of the pumpkin by using your sight word knowledge to pick your guesses.

Designed for the pocket chart, Where's the Cat? is a game for centers or whole group instruction where a black cat is hidden behind a pumpkin. A poem is chanted where the student(s) must say the sight word they think the cat is behind. Once guessed, the sight word is removed. If the cat is behind the leaf, then the cat must be hidden again to play further. If the cat is not behind the pumpkin, then the poem is chanted again and a new sight word is guessed.

This product contains all level K trick words:

Autism Sentence Making Cards, Special Education, Speech Therapy
Jul
19
2018

Make a Sentence activity for students with autism and special needs.

Your students will rearrange the words to make sentences of 4 words. One card per sentence contains a picture as visual clue. 

This set contains 10 boards, with 2 sentences each. Both the cards & boards are color coded to match for easy classroom organization.You will require velcro dots to prepare this activity.

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Jul
19
2018
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All About Syllables
Professions 2 in 1
Jul
19
2018

   This bundle will become an indispensable helper while teaching or reviewing the topic “Professions”.
Having used the cards and played games, your students will definitely memorize and master the target vocabulary. 
   Includes
- Dobble game
- flashcards (signed and unsigned)

How to use:   


Dobble (Spot It) game.

   This is a quick and funny game which is irreplaceable while learning and reviewing vocabulary in a fun and engaging way. As there are no words on cards you can play this game in different languages. It develops visual perception, attentiveness and reaction. It's also a great entertainment for summer camps and speaking clubs. 
   Сontains: 
- 31 cards (every card with 6 pictures) included 31 words: teacher, pilot, farmer, photographer (cameraman), clown (actor), merchant (salesman), cook, fireman, policeman, waiter, worker, journalist (TV presenter), sportsman, dancer, cashier, programmer (gamer), postman, driver, guard, musician (singer), artist, hairdresser, doctor (nurse), mechanic, astronaut, businessman (manager, office worker), magician, vet, soldier, engineer, scientist.
- there are cards of two sizes (you can use the size which you find more comfortable to work with).
   Each card shares one picture with every other card in the set. During the game all players are trying to find a match on their card with another card quicker than other participants. 
   The pictures are printed in different sizes and randomly placed for a more exciting game.

Read rules in the PREVIEW file


Flashcards

   The set contains the following words: firefighter, postman, police officer, farmer, astronaut, artist, soldier, teacher, porter, surgeon, butcher, pilot, scientist, cook, vet, engineer, dancer, athlete, waiter, maid, manager, air traffic controller, mechanic, salesman, shop assistant, photographer, magician, reporter, taxi-driver, businessman, hairdresser, administrator, welder, mime, cashier, bodyguard, singer, clown, doctor, programmer, worker, plumber, courier, guide, lumberjack, carpenter, captain, musician, electrician, librarian, miner, tailor, judge, animal trainer, footballer, gardener, racer, cleaner, painter, fortuneteller, lifeguard, diver, archeologist, actor, detective, nurse, cameraman, baker, pastry chef, priest, nun, stewardess, director, conductor, train driver, dentist.

How to use:

- represent and study new vocabulary;
- act out various dialogues, using cards or badges (you can download badges for free in our TPT shop), and role plays, putting the students in unusual provocative situations; 
- add CLIL to your classes by representing some interesting facts about these professions, statistics, activities people have to do, some equipment and other things according to the topic;
- make a lapbook or an interactive notebook in the classroom, printing the cards of smaller size for your students to cut them out and paste in their copybooks;
- use them as a decoration in the classroom;
- play a great number of flashcard games with your students to make them learn the vocabulary easily in a fun and engaging way.

Flashcard games:

· Listen, point and say. Place flashcards or objects for the key vocabulary around the classroom. Call out a vocabulary word. The children point to the correct flashcard or object. Alternatively, play the chant with the target vocabulary and the children point or touch the correct card when they hear the word. Now point to the flashcards one by one, the children must say the words. Option: describe the location of the card, e.g. It's next to the window. What's this? The children then say the word.   

· What's missing? Put a number of flashcards (6-8) on the table (or floor) face-up in order all the players could see them properly. Students look at the cards trying to memorize as many as possible. Ask them to close their eyes and remove one (or more cards). Ask: what's missing? They must name the missing card. The student who does it first, gets a point or has a go to take away another card. Option: to make the game harder, add a new card from a related lexical set each time or remove more than one card. To make the game more effective, and reduce teacher talking time, divide the students into groups and give them cards with vocabulary you want them to learn or revi se.

· Memory game. Print two sets of flashcards. Put all cards face down on the floor (or table), determine the order of the players in the game. Children take turns to open two cards and name them. If they match, the player keeps the cards and has another go, if they don't the cards are turned over again and another child goes. At the end of the game you can ask children to make short sentences with target grammar and vocabulary using the cards they have won. 
    Read more games in the PREVIEW file


Print on cardstock and laminate for a durable use.

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