Preschool Morning Work Binder — Yoga Pants & Pearls
I have done some sort of "morning work" with Emma since she was two but had a hard time staying consistent. There were so many skills I wanted to work on and it felt very overwhelming! It also felt like I was trying to do too many things and there were always supplies everywhere! I finally decided on a concise binder of activities that I can swap in and out and are (to me) the most important skills for her right now.
Free Spring Alphabet Worksheet - Madebyteachers
Free Spring Alphabet Matching Worksheet for preschool and kindergarten. There are four pages in this download which include the entire alphabet. Students
Sight Words and Word Families Week 2 - In My World
Sight Words and Word Families Week 2 You know what they say, “Better late than never!” I popped in today to show you what Filip and I did for Sight Words and Word Families Week 2 and to give you some free samples of what we used to help you decide whether you’d like to try …
💬English grammar – Much or Many?
Do you know when to use MUCH? …when to use MANY? In this post I’ll explain how with natural English example + video. Learn the grammar!
Inspired by Pinterest Part 2 and 'Read' Sign FREEBIE
A blog of teaching ideas and activities for K-2 classrooms, including centers, reading and writing ideas, thematic learning, and much more!
Back to School Galore for Kinders: Photo Booth, Getting to Know You, and More!
Back to School Galore is a great pack that let's your new KINDER kiddos celebrate the beginning of school in a FUN yet meaningful way! All activities in the pack are standards based and work on beginning skills in reading, writing, math, plus great activities to build your class community! Be sure...
Alphabet Maze Worksheets - Letter Recognition - Distance Learning
Get your students practicing letter recognition with these alphabet maze worksheets. These are perfect for morning work, literacy centers, homework, intervention programs and more. There are 26 worksheets in total, covering each letter of the alphabet. These work great with bingo markers, dot marker...
Uppercase Alphabet Formation Rhymes
Teach little ones how to write uppercase alphabet letters with these formation rhymes! This set of printables explains how to write the uppercase letters with a fun little rhyme. These can be used as posters around a room, tracing with a finger, or tracing with a writing utensil. This file now includes this printable as a digital resource, which you can use on Google Classroom or Seesaw. Your purchase will include the PDF to print the rhymes, plus the digital files for Google Slides and…
Ice Cream Sight Word Match Up
Your students will LOVE this ice cream sight word match up freebie! A perfect addition to your early literacy center anytime of the year.
I created this set of alphabet poems to use during my shared reading time in my Kindergarten classroom. This set of 26 poems will provide you with one poem for each letter of the alphabet. These predictable poems are filled with words that begin with each letter so that your kinders can learn their ...
Countable And Uncountable Nouns: Useful Rules & Examples - 7 E S L
Countable and Uncountable Nouns! If a noun can be counted, it is called a countable noun, however if it cannot be counted, we refer to it as an uncountable
“NOUNS”- Countable or Uncountable? - HOW MUCH is used with singular uncountable nouns & HOW MANY is used with plural countable nouns - ((5 exercises & 70 sentences to complete)) - elementary/intermediate - ((B&W VERSION INCLUDED)) - ESL worksheet by ranclaude
This worksheet focuses on using HOW MUCH & HOW MANY with countable & uncountable nouns. The adjective MUCH is used with nouns that are almost always singular & uncountable and MANY is used only with plural countable nouns. In this worksheet there are 5 exercises with over 70 sentences to complete. These are the following tasks: Exercise A: Write “C” for countable nouns & “U” for uncountable nouns, Exercise B: Fill in “How many” or “How Much”, Exercise C: Fill in “How many” or “How Much”…