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Using Printable Base 10 Blocks, students use blocks or numbers to organize numbers into hundreds, tens, and ones on a place value chart.
Using this Thanksgiving Vowel Sounds Worksheet, students circle long or short to tell if the vowel sound you hear is a long vowel or a short vowel.
This Alphabet Letter Recognition Assessment is perfect for teaching and assessing uppercase letter recognition and lowercase letter recognition
Using this CVC Vowel Sounds Worksheet, students write the short vowel letter to complete the CVC word.
Using this Thanksgiving Mini Pack, students learn about Thanksgiving through ten fun worksheets and two activities.
Use this Fine Motor Skills Practice Worksheet to practice fine motor skills, handwriting skills, drawing skills, and how to hold and grasp a pencil.
Using Frosty the Snowman Lyrics, students can follow along with the memorable song in order to know the which words to sing!
Using Thanksgiving Skip Counting Worksheet, students start at the provided number and count forward by the pattern to build counting fluency skills.
This What are Maps Worksheet helps students identify the main idea and key details while reading a passage about Maps.
Using this CVC Word Sounds Worksheet, students choose the CVC word that matches each pictures to build their reading fluency.
Using Retelling the Story The Three Little Pigs Worksheet, students retell the story by writing what happens at the beginning, middle, and end of the story.
Using this Thanksgiving Writing Paper, you will be able to showcase your students' Thanksgiving writing to create a decorative, final draft.
Using this Identifying Vowel Sounds Worksheet, students determine if the words have a long vowel or short vowel sound to be able to read with long and short vowel sounds.
Using Retelling The Boy Who Cried Wolf Worksheet, students retell the story by writing what happens at the beginning, middle, and end of the story.
While watching the Water Cycle Song (Animated), students learn about the process of the water cycle by listening to the repetitive lyrics loaded with key vocabulary.
Using Jingle Bells Lyrics, students can follow along with the memorable song in order to know the which words to sing!
Using these Action Verbs Flash Cards, students improve their verb vocabulary by having a set of words they can use in their writing.