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Frogs - Numbers (0-20) and Number Words (zero-ten) Sequencing
Oct
21
2017

Frogs - Numbers (0-20) and Number Words (zero-ten) Sequencing 

(black and white set)
This 4 page pack was created with differentiation for students in mind. Students can sequence numbers 0-10, 11-20, or 0-20 depending on the level of each student. Students who already know these numbers can work on sequencing number words zero-ten. 

You will need to provide students with a piece of paper or sentence strip to glue the numbers/words to after they put them in order. I always like to use a sentence strip or cut long construction paper in half and tape the pieces together to have one long strip so that students practice gluing them in order from left to right without having to sweep back to the left to glue some. 

This activity is also great for math centers or a pocket chart activity. Each sheet can be copied on colored tagboard, laminated, cut apart and put in a Ziploc bag for a math center to be used over and over throughout the year. It also makes a great concentration (memory) game using numbers and number words 0-10. 

It also makes great work for students when you have a substitute since the entire activity takes a while with coloring the pieces, cutting them out, and gluing the pieces in order. Students love adding their own color to decorate their number strip. 

For the colored set (four pages):

Copy each page, laminate, cut out, and place in a bag for student use in a center or other time during the day. These can be used over and over throughout the year. 

This activity is great for math centers or a pocket chart activity. If you do not have a pocket chart, students can sequence the numbers on the floor or table. It also makes a great concentration (memory) game using numbers and number words 0-10. Make two copies of the pages needed for a memory game. 

This colored set of numbers can also be laminated and used in a math center for counting sets of objects. Cut the numbers apart and put in a bag with manipulatives of your choice. Have students choose a number card and count out the correct number of manipulatives (not included) to match the number chosen. 

The colored set of frogs create a pattern when placed in the correct order (red, yellow, blue, and green middles).

I hope your students enjoy this fun activity. 

Thanks for stopping by!

Sherry Clements

numbers, 0-10, 0-20, 11-20, number words, zero-ten, sequencing numbers, memory game, concentration game (numbers), ordering numbers, math center, frogs, spring, summer, March, April, May, June, July, August, pocket chart sequencing numbers, patterns

Emergent Reader: My Gg Book: Sight Words (is, for)
Oct
21
2017

This emergent reader, My Gg Book, is connected to several CCGPS listed below. This 12 page book is designed so that you can copy the book, cut in half, staple, and then it is ready for use. The 12 pages consist of a title page “My Gg Book,” eight pages including a black and white picture that begins with /g/ at the top of each page and a sentence under the picture. These eight pages include the sentence “G is for (then the word to match picture is shown, such as “G is for goat”). The 8 pictures included are goat, grapes, game, glove, girl, gift, gas, and gate. At the end of the book, there are three optional activity pages (for differentiation) which may be included depending on the level of your students. You may want to include all or some of these for intervention pages or extension activity pages. One of these optional pages requires students to circle the uppercase and lowercase letter being used in the book, one requires students to write 5 uppercase and 5 lowercase letters, and the last one requires students to write 5 words beginning with the letter. For an extension activity, students may also add a second sentence to each page giving more details about the picture. Students can benefit from this reader by tracking print, identifying spaces between words, identifying particular letters of the alphabet, recognizing sounds (beginning, middle, and ending) in each word, and reading sight words and grade level text. For extension activities, students could add another sentence to each page giving details about each picture shown. The black and white pictures allow students the opportunity to color the pictures. This reader is great for guided reading groups, homework, or literacy center activities.

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ELACCKRF1a. Follow words from left to right, top to bottom, and page-by-page.
ELACCKRF1d. Recognize and name all upper and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
ELACCKRF1b. Recognize that spoken words are represented in written language by specific sequences of letters.
ELACCKRF1c. Understand that words are separated by spaces in print. ELACCKRF3a. Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary or many of more frequent sounds for each consonant.
ELACCKRF3c. Read common high-frequency words by sight.
ELACCKRF4. Read emergent-reader texts with purpose and understanding.  

October Scrambled Sentences (Cut and Paste)
Oct
21
2017

October Scrambled Sentences (Cut and Paste) Fall - Autumn - Farm/Zoo --- 

This pack can be used during any fall/autumn month. 

***ATTENTION!*** This pack does NOT relate to HALLOWEEN!!

Great for morning work, homework, or center time. This October pack includes 40 pages. There are 20 October (fall) related pictures for students to unscramble the sentence at the bottom of each page by cutting the words out and gluing in the correct order to tell about the picture. There are 2 pages of each picture making the pack 40 pages. The first page with each picture has the “unscramble the sentence” activity and then students are to TRACE the sentence that matches the unscrambled sentence in the box. The second page with each picture has the “unscramble the sentence” activity, but then there is a blank box for students to WRITE the unscrambled sentence on their own (no tracing like the first page for each picture).

A black and white picture is included at the top of each page for students to color. This activity requires students to find the word with the capital letter to place first in the sentence and to find the last word by looking for the ending punctuation. Then students have to arrange the rest of the words in order to make sense and to match the picture at the top. A variety of word choices are included to provide for differentiation. 

Higher students could turn to the back of their paper and add more sentences to create a story about the picture. 

The 20 sentences included are:
What color is the leaf?
Can you count the acorns?
We went to the zoo.
Did you see the tiger?
I see two little pumpkins.
We can rake the leaves.
We went to the farm.
Did you see the horse?
Do you see the scarecrow?
He is in the garden.
Did he scare the crows?
Where are all the leaves?
We will eat the apples.
She jumped in the leaves.
The pumpkin pie looks good!
The apple pie smells good!
The pumpkin is very big!
Do you see the seeds?
My apple basket is full.
What color are the apples?

I hope your students have fun with these scrambled sentences!

Thank you for stopping by!

Sherry Clements

Salem Witch Trials Word Search (Grades 7-12) with Key
Oct
21
2017

This product includes 1 word search puzzle and 1 answer key, which contain terms relating to the Salem witch trials. Students are asked to find and circle words. Words may be vertical, horizontal, diagonal, forward, or backward.

Puzzle answers on the teacher’s answer key is highlighted according to color: red = horizontal words, yellow = vertical words, and teal = diagonal words.

Our original puzzle is written primarily for grades 7-12 and does not contain pictures.


Salem Witch Trials Word Search List
- Salem Village
- Puritans
- afflicted girls
- accused
- Tituba
- Good
- Osborne
- witchcraft
- Gallows Hill
- terminer
- Court of Oyer
- Bridget Bishop

Macbeth Character Quiz with Key
Oct
21
2017

This product is a 1-page character quiz on William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. The original, 20-question quiz is written for grades 9-12 and may be given at the end of the play. Answer key included.

Macbeth Character Quiz Contents (20 questions total)
A. Match the character to the description and write the letter next to the character. (10 characters)
B. Indicate whether the statement is true or false with a “T” or “F”. (10 statements)

Fall-Autumn Coloring Stationery Set
Oct
21
2017

A fall/autumn coloring stationery set with 6 envelope templates, 6 notepapers and 6 cards which come in lined and unlined versions and with some variations. JPEG and PDF format.

This set is only for personal and educational use (classroom, homeschooling). Commercial use not allowed.

Find free and premium educational printables at www.educationalprintables.com.

Autism and Special Education Reading Comprehension Clue Cards
Oct
20
2017

Autism Comprehension and Vocabulary Reading activity.

This is a set of 15 Clue Card boards- each with 4 different sets of 3 clues, which your student has to read and solve. The first 10 boards have picture answers and the remaining 5 only use words.

Preparation: print, laminate, cut & add velcro dots.

All the graphics used in our resources have been designed to appeal to a wide age range, as we know how difficult it can be to find suitable resources for older students. 

Opinion Writing: Zoo Animals
Oct
20
2017

Opinion Writing: Zoo Animals

***NOTE - This revised pack has not be updated in the Opinion Writing bundle as of yet. After I revise the individual resources, I'll revise the bundle.

This activity is connected to CCGPS ELACCKW1: Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to compose opinion pieces in which they tell a reader the topic or the name of the book they are "writing" about and state an opinion or preference about the topic or book. The topic for this opinion writing packet is "zoo animals." These opinion writing activities are great to put in a writing center for students to choose which pictures to use to give their opinions about. 

This pack has been revised and includes 25 pages. The first 12 pages include the following zoo animals (one animal per page) giraffe, bear, monkey, elephant, alligator, lion, zebra, panda, hippo, tiger, kangaroo, and rhino. Each page includes a picture of the animal with the animal name under it. Each page also asks “Do you like (animal name)? Why or why not?” then it has four blank lines for students to write on to tell their opinion about the particular animal. Students love telling their opinions. This activity encourages students to give the reason why they like or do not like each animal.

The next six pages include picture choices of two zoo animals. The six pages include: giraffe/bear, monkey/elephant, alligator/lion, zebra/panda, hippo/tiger, and kangaroo/rhino. Each page includes two picture choices for students to choose between to tell which they think is the best. Each page says “Which zoo animal do you like better?” and then it has four blank lines for students to write on to tell why they think their choice is the best. Students can also circle their choice to help keep them focused on which animal they are writing about.

The last six pages include picture choices of two zoo animals. These picture choices are the same as the ones mentioned above. The difference is that this set of 6 pages has a writing prompt (sentence starter). The six pages include: giraffe/bear, monkey/elephant, alligator/lion, zebra/panda, hippo/tiger, and kangaroo/rhino. Each page includes two picture choices for students to choose between to tell which they think is the best. Each page says “In my opinion (it shows the two picture choices) _____are better because…,” then it has three blank lines for students to write on to tell why they think their choice is the best. 

The very last page includes an entire page with writing lines only for additional writing space if needed. 

Students love telling which item they like the best. This activity encourages students to give the reason why they think their choice is the best. Teachers can also use these writing activities as a whole class activity. Assigning these activities for a homework assignment can include parents in helping increase their child’s writing skills. However you choose to use these activities, I hope your students develop a love for writing.

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Emergent Reader: My Ff Book: Sight Words (this, is, a)
Oct
20
2017

This emergent reader, My Ff Book, is connected to several CCGPS listed below. This ten page book is designed so that you can copy the book, cut in half, staple, and then it is ready for use. The ten pages consist of a title page “My Ff Book,” six pages including a black and white picture that begins with /f/ at the top of each page and a sentence under the picture. These six pages include the sentence “This is a (then the word to match picture is shown, such as “This is a fish.”). The six pictures included are fish, football, flag, flower, fox, and fire. At the end of the book, there are three optional activity pages (for differentiation) which may be included depending on the level of your students. You may want to include all or some of these for intervention pages or enrichment pages. One of these optional pages requires students to circle the uppercase and lowercase letter being used in the book, one requires students to write 5 uppercase and 5 lowercase letters, and the last one requires students to write 5 words beginning with the letter. For enrichment, students may also add a second sentence to each page giving more details about the picture. Students can benefit from this reader by tracking print, identifying spaces between words, identifying particular letters of the alphabet, recognizing sounds (beginning, middle, and ending) in each word, and reading sight words and grade level text. For extension activities, students could add another sentence to each page giving details about each picture shown. The black and white pictures allow students the opportunity to color the pictures. This reader is great for guided reading groups, homework, or literacy center activities.

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ELACCKRF1a. Follow words from left to right, top to bottom, and page-by-page.
ELACCKRF1d. Recognize and name all upper and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
ELACCKRF1b. Recognize that spoken words are represented in written language by specific sequences of letters.
ELACCKRF1c. Understand that words are separated by spaces in print. ELACCKRF3a. Demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary or many of more frequent sounds for each consonant.
ELACCKRF3c. Read common high-frequency words by sight.
ELACCKRF4. Read emergent-reader texts with purpose and understanding.  

Addition Word Problems (November) Common Core
Oct
20
2017

Addition Word Problems (November)

This product is now available in a Bundle (Addition Word Problems Bundle) with 11 other word problem packs. This bundle offers a 10% savings.

Addition word problems in this packet are correlated to common core standard MCCKOA 2. There are 8 pages. Each page contains one addition word problem to solve. There is a number line for students to use to solve the problem. An empty box is available for students to draw the matching picture for the word problem. There is also a ten frame box for students to use for counters or for drawing or coloring in the boxes and an equation box containing blanks, a plus sign, and an equals sign. The 8 word problems are about pilgrims, Indians, corn, pies, turkeys (2), pilgrim hats, and pumpkins. 

Many other addition and subtraction word problem packets available as well as addition and subtraction problems (sums to 10) with manipulatives. 

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