EASTER FREEBIES: Eggs in a Basket Counting Activities!

Sunday, March 29, 2015 No comments
I've got to new Easter Math FREEBIES:

Eggs in a Basket: 11-20Each basket is numbered 11-20.  Students will pick a basket and count the correct number of eggs to place “in” the basket.

Eggs in a Basket:  10-120.  Each basket is numbered 10-120 (in increments of 10).  Students will pick a basket and count the correct number of eggs to place “in” the basket.  The egg cards have 10 eggs on each card, so students will be counting by 10’s to fill the basket.

Both are FREE!!!  Click on the pictures to get them!

Crack The Code! Working with Initial (Beginning) Sounds AND Sight Words!

Saturday, March 14, 2015 No comments

Crack The Code:  Use Initial Sounds To Crack The Code!
Each kit contains a card for each sight word in that level.  
Students will use letter tiles (included) to find the beginning sound of each picture.  They will place the correct letter under the picture.  When all letters are placed, it will spell a sight word!
Click on the pictures below to see the kits:

Includes all 40 Pre-Primer Words

Includes all 52 Primer Words

Includes all 41 First Grade Words

Includes all 46 Second Grade Words

Includes all 41 Third Grade Words

Save 50% when you purchase all 5 sets in a BUNDLE!!!!
Includes all 220 Dolch Sight Words

CINDERELLA is HERE! Introducing Three New Sight Word Games and more new SIGHT WORD resources!

Saturday, March 7, 2015 No comments
I've just added three new sight word games to my store at Teachers Pay Teachers!  I'm so excited about the new Cinderella movie coming out, so I couldn't wait to make this first kit!  Click on the pictures or click here to see more about this Cinderella Sight Words Game!

I also have two new sports-themed sight word games!  Soccer and Basketball.  Click on the pictures to check those out too!!!


Another fun literacy center/word work idea is Laptop Sight Words:

This is a fun, file folder activity,  Just print the laptop "monitor" and "keyboard" and adhere to them to the inside of a file folder.  I also printed the directions and put them on the front of the folder.  Once you've done that, just laminate the whole folder.  There are additional "screen" pages that you will print with all 220 sight words.  I used Velcro on the "screens" to adhere them to the "monitor".  Students will choose a sight words screen and stick it to monitor, they will then TYPE the words on the keyboard and then write them on the space below the keyboard.  Since the folder is laminated, you can use a dry erase maker to write the words and then wipe them off.  

More Sight Word Resources (!) that were recently added to my store are:

These are available in a BUNDLE (which saves a TON of $) or separate kits for Pre-Primer, Primer, First Grade, Second Grade, and Third Grade sight words.  These not only provide sight word practice for each sight word by reading the word, tracing the word, writing the word, coloring the word and then reading the word in a sentence, BUT, they words are made into little booklets, that students will keep and continue using to practice reading the words and sentences.

 Whew..... a lot of new stuff, and I didn't even mention these: