Christmas Roll and Compare Greater Than, Less Than, Equal Worksheets

 Less than, equal to or greater than? A quick and easy game to incorporate in your math stations. All you need is a pare of dice. Students will compare numbers they create by rolling dice. These Roll and Compare Worksheets will require children to: - Roll two dice,    - write the numbers - then use the symbols >, ˂, = to compare the numbers.    
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FREE Christmas Writing Papers

Christmas is here, are you ready to welcome it? I am so excited to have my new Christmas Writing Papers posted and ready to share with you. This FREE Christmas themed writing paper kit for young learners includes 5 different worksheets for all the levels in your class. This Packet includes the following: • 5 different paper styles: unlined, lined, primary lined, primary lined with tick baseline, and shadow guidelines to accommodate students' handwriting progress.    After downloading, if you find that these activities would be helpful in your classroom, you can check my other Christmas resources. Click on the pictures below and they will take you to my TpT store.
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FREE Math Play Dough Mats

Taking the time to build fine motor skills is just as important as teaching numbers and counting.   Today I'm sharing a set of play dough mats with you. While using these play dough mats children will learn math and develop fine motor skills, all in a fun hands-on way.   Ten frames are a great way to engage your child physically in the math they are doing, and help them to visualize it through manipulatives while still getting to see the numbers and math problems they are solving.  To prepare the number mats you can simply print onto regular printer paper, then laminate. Or you could cover them with self adhesive plastic or put them in a plastic sheet protector. Add a couple of cans of play dough and dry erase markers and you have a ready-to-go Math Station!! You can simply print onto regular printer paper, then laminate. Or you could cover them with self adhesive plastic or put them in a plastic sheet protector. Students can roll small balls of play dough to fill in the
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Chalk Pastel Self Portrait

If you are like me, you are looking for fun, yet simple projects for your kidos. The great thing about this chalk portrait art project is that its fun for ALL ages! All you need is: - a pencil, - white school glue,  - black paper and - chalk. Working on black paper, we outlined our pictures using glue. Then we let the glue dry overnight. When the glue dried it had a raised, shiny, black texture. We colored the pictures with colored chalk pastels. These self-portraits turned out gorgeous. Have you tried the glue method before? If not, go ahead and try it!
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Writing Paper + Freebie

Hey everyone. Today, I decided to make a few new writing forms...it's always fun to have a change. Here they are in case they can help anyone else out . . . This FREE no themed writing paper kit includes worksheets with regular lines (3 different line hight options). I hope that you find this FREEBIE useful and helpful!  Need more writing paper? If you have some time, scroll through the whole page and find out more about my No Themed Writing Paper for Anytime Use  This writing paper kit for young learners includes 98 different worksheets for all the levels in your class. Included in the No Themed Writing Paper Packet:    
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Back to school Books ClipArt BUNDLE

This Huge Book Clipart Bundle is packed with over 300 images in color and bw! This bundle includes the following sets: - 8 different book sets - opened, closed, smiling etc. - kids reading - bookworms (with and without glasses) reading - bookshelves - build your bookshelf All images are in PNG format, transparent, high resolution (will look crisp enlarged). They can be easily used in your projects and lesson materials.
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Free Back to School I Spy School Supplies

This free printable is not only a fun afternoon activity, it will also get kids excited about the upcoming school year. I Spy can be played at a level suited to the child. It can be played anywhere, at home, school, waiting rooms, markets or while out driving in the car.
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Free Sample 2D Shapes Worksheets

Shapes Math Freebie focuses on four basic geometric shapes, triangle, rectangle, square and circle. Since shapes are all around us every day, we need to be able to identify them. This document provides some ideas and activities on teaching shapes to preschool and kindergarten kids as well as first graders. Check out my full shape math product and stand alone Shape Bingo game.
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Free Back to School Ice Breaker Dice Game

 If you want to get to know more about your students, download this poster for free. You don't need to cut, paste, laminate, simply print and play! The rule of this game is very simple. Children will roll the dice and then share something about themselves, depending on what they rolled.
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All about Me Freebie

I made this All About Me worksheet for the beginning of the school year. I used it as a first day activity. My plan is to do it again at the end of the year. This will be a sort of a time capsule. I envision my kids faces when they compare the worksheets on the last day of school. They will see how much they have changed over the year with these memory pages.
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Free Fruit and Body Parts Word Cards

One of the best way to keep your students engaged is to incorporate some classroom games to make learning more fun and exciting. Minute to Win it reading game is one of my students' favorite game. We love it because it is fast paced, competitive, but also a lot of fun for everyone. What you'll need for this game: - stopwatch or phone with a stopwatch function, - word cards Each student has 20 seconds to read as many words as they can. The best thing about flashcards and word cards is the unlimited ways you can use them. My Fruit Word Cards Freebie contains the following words: apple, banana, pear, kiwi, orange, grapes, watermelon, pineapple, lemon, strawberry, melon, cherry. My Body Parts Word Cards Freebie contains the following words: head, hair, eye, ear, mouth, nose, arm, hand, fingers, leg, foot, toes. What classroom games do you like to play? Comment below, we'd love to hear from you.
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Birthday Board + a Freebie

 I would love to celebrate my students' birthdays with a fun, festive Birthday Board, so I am preparing cupcakes for my classroom. I don't know exactly how would it look like. If you have some good ideas, or pictures of your chart, I would be glad to hear it, see it and try it. I made this birthday card today. If you like it and/or need it, click on the picture and download it for free.
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