Get out the dice this holiday season with this FREE Christmas Writing Activity! Students roll a die three times and use the pictures to write a silly sentence. After writing six sentences they can read it all together for a silly Christmas story! Another option is to do the activity with phrases that are provided. These activity pages are available in color and black & white for whatever your printing needs are. Primary dotted lines are also available for early writers.
This FREE summer reading bingo will encourage students to read all summer long! Throughout the summer months, kids can do any of the reading activities on the bingo board and then color them in. They can read by a flashlight, on the beach, read 3 books by the same author, read at a park, and many more! Get five in a row for a bingo! For an extra challenge, try to fill the whole board!
Here are some FREE Valentine Printables just for you! These cute bookmarks and color by number printables are perfect for Valentine’s Day. I have always loved this holiday, and making these printables was just so much fun :)
You can download them for free from my Tpt store (see links below).
Free Valentine’s Day Bookmarks – there are 4 bookmarks per page that are ready to print and cut out. I would suggest laminating them for longer durability. These would be great as gifts for your students/kids!
These free book template printables are ready to print and go! I created these to use with a student of mine and wanted something really simple. Don’t get me wrong, I love all things cutesy, but sometimes I go more for the plain look. These pages are simple and can be used for any creative stories your students/children write. Use all the pages to make a book, or just the lined writing pages for whatever you need. I absolutely love reading kids’ stories and …
This FREE stretch the sentence writing activity is perfect for students who need more practice with writing detailed sentences! This activity is intended for 2nd-3rd graders, but also could be used for 1st and 4th graders depending on skill levels.
In this writing activity, students are given a short phrase, and then they have to stretch the sentence out by adding more information to it. Students can ask themselves “who, what, when, where, why, and how” questions to help them think of more details. Here are a few …
You don’t want to miss out on these FREE Back To School eBooks from TPT teacher-authors! These are jam packed with amazing back to school tips and resources. They are broken up into several grade levels and categories that you can browse below. I am positive you will find some great stuff! :)