St. Patrick's Day Cause and Effect Literacy Centers Activities from Cool Teaching Tools on TeachersNotebook.com - (20 pages) - Three different cause and effect games and St. Patrick’s Day fun! Learning about the traditions, history and legends behind the Irish patron saint, these printable cards are incredibly fun
Decorate your classroom with this classic kids and chalkboard class decor set. This mega bundle comprises of 16 complete individual products totaling 700 pages for just$12! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/CLASS-DECOR-CLASS-DECOR-MEGA-BUNDLE-KIDS-CLASSIC-CHALKBOARD-1964398
***NEW*** Your class will have fun learning about the hard and soft "c" sounds with these two center games! In Too Many Sweets, students select words cards and read them aloud. They may pick as many cards as they like during their turn but must be careful they don't get a "cavity" card! In Hard or Soft "C", students select word cards, read the words aloud and place the cards on the correct sorting mat. There are "fun" cards in the deck so they must be on the look out!
Google Interactive Digital! Weather Report : We have developed this INTERACTIVE DIGITAL report template to engage students either in the classroom or at home using a 1:1 device environment. This original product is provided through web-based Google file sharing, contained on the Internet 'cloud' and allows you and your students to access, edit, and print files from any computer or device. $
St. Patrick's Day PE and Classroom Party Games from Peaceful Playgrounds Shop on TeachersNotebook.com - (31 pages) - St Patrick's Day PE and Classroom Party Games Bundle is great for both indoor and outdoor fun and games.
Thanksgiving Food Word Scramble. Fun Thanksgiving activity! 25 different words related to Thanksgiving food that students have to try to unscramble. Fun Thanksgiving activity that helps develop vocabulary, as well as word recognition, classification and sorting skills.
I Spy More or Less - KCC.C.7A new twist to my best selling products, I SPY. Search for numbers which are greater or less than the number at the top. To differentiate, for higher learners, give them larger numbers. For lower level students, use smaller numbers and/or provide them with a number line to help them actually see which numbers or greater/less than.