Category Archives : Kindergarten


FREE MATH LESSON – “Spider Web Number Patterns”

by Michelle Walker

Kindergarten – 7th Grade

 

These 2 worksheets can be used to practice counting and number patterns. Students complete the number patterns and then describe the pattern in words. The first worksheet is complete with numbers while the second is blank to allow you to fill in the numbers of your choice.

 

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Editable Back to School/Open House PowerPoint

Editable Welcome Back to School Night/Open House/Meet The Teacher PowerPoint

This Editable Back to School/Open House PowerPoint has 33 pages of customizable content! It’s a huge time saver for back to school planning. Slides can be added or deleted as needed.

You might be interested in the Editable Open House Invitations

Included in this Editable PowerPoint Resource:

✓ Title Page

✓ Contact Info

✓ Meet the Teacher

✓ Teaching Beliefs Introduction

✓ Daily Schedule

✓ Snacks and Drinks

✓ Birthdays

✓ Donations

✓ Take-Home Folder (2 Slides)

✓ 1st Grade Homework

✓ 2nd Grade Homework

✓ 3rd Grade Homework

✓ 4th Grade Homework

✓ 5th Grade Homework

✓ Reading

✓ Optional Math Homework

✓ Homework

✓ Grading

✓ Missing Assignments

✓ Late Assignments

✓ Technology

✓ Expectations for Behavior

✓ Behavior Clip Chart

✓ Behavior Card Chart 

✓ Rewards

✓ Background Clearance

✓ Field Trip

✓ Volunteer Opportunities

✓ Absences 

✓ Supplies

✓ What Parents can do

✓ Questions

✓ Editable Word Doc & PPT: Parent Volunteer Sign-up Sheet

✓ Editable Word Doc & PDF: Parent Sign-In Sheet

YOU MUST HAVE POWERPOINT TO EDIT

Clip art and background cannot be edited.  

Happy Teaching!

Sally

You may also be interested in the Birthday Certificates and Brag Tags for Students

Check out my Thank-You Notes for Students, Parents, and Co-Workers

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FREE MATH LESSON – “Witchly Combinations”

by KinderKay

Kindergarten – 1st Grade

 

 

This is a fun Halloween game to practice beginning math concepts. There are 2 levels. In Level 1, students use Domino dot cards with number combinations from 1 – 6. Students pick a card, add the dots on the card, and cover the sum on their mat. Then they write the number combination on their recording sheet. Play continues until all numbers have been covered. This works best as an individual game, but can be adapted to partners.

In Level 2, students use 2 dice and record number combinations just as in Level 1.

K.OA.3 Decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way, e.g., by using objects or drawings, and record each decomposition by a drawing or equation (e.g., 5 = 2 + 3 and 5 = 4 + 1)

 

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FREE MISC. LESSON – “FREE Halloween Centers Autumn Activities Fall Centers Math Literacy Food”

by Lodrew

Pre-Kindergarten -Kindergarten

 

 

Free fall food centers to feed Jack. Activities include colors, color words, tally marks, numbers, math, literacy. For kindergarten, preschool, SPED, child care, homeschool, or any early childhood setting.

Feed Jack Freebie

1] Jack Head – Laminate. Cut the mouth open and and attach to a small box or basket.

2] CANDY COLORS (Color Words) – Match candy pieces then feed. Comes With:
a] 6 Color Word Candies
b] 12 Colored Candies

3] CARAMEL APPLE TALLIES (Tally Marks Counting 0-5) – Match 2 pieces then feed. Comes With:
a] 6 Red Apple Tally Marks (0-5)
b] 6 Caramel Apple Numbers (0-5)

Click Here For The Full Resource

Click Here For More Halloween Activities

Click Here For More Autumn Activities

 

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FREE MISC. LESSON – “Halloween Party Masks – Coloring – NO PREP – PRINT & GO – Trick or Treat”

by ZippadeeZazz

Pre-Kindergarten – 3rd Grade

 

 

This Halloween Masks packet includes:

• 10 x Color-in Halloween Party Masks

YOU CAN:

– Print, Color, Cut, String or Stick (to a popsicle stick) and Wear

FEATURES THE FOLLOWING COSTUMES:

* Bumble Bee
* Bunny x2 (two different designs)
* Devil
* Ladybird
* Monster
* Pirate
* Skeleton
* Witch
* Wizard

• High quality PDF format.

FIND MORE HALLOWEEN THEMED RESOURCES

CLICK HERE FOR MORE HALLOWEEN THEMED RESOURCES

Terms of Use (TOU)

This is a single license use – only for YOUR classroom, please do NOT distribute or share this product unless you’ve purchased an additional license.

THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS NO COPYRIGHT INFORMATION ON THE WORKSHEETS.

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© 2017 by Zippadee Zazz. All Rights Reserved.

 

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FREE SCIENCE LESSON – “Owls Macaws FREE”

by Teaching Treks

Kindergarten – 1st Grade

 

 

Owls and Macaws FREEBIE has 2 original reading passages for emergent and early readers. Each original reading passage has four multiple choice questions and a space to read and draw. Passages are illustrated with high quality photographs and provided in color and black and white.

Also included is a sentence scrambles and 5 owl word wall cards.

These freebies are samples of my Owl Reading Comprehension and Macaw Reading Packs, available here:

Owls Reading Comprehension

Macaws Reading Pack

You might also like:

Winter Reading Comprehension

Spring Reading Comprehension

Fall Reading Comprehension

Summer Reading Comprehension

Sight Words Search the Winter Kids and Critters

Sight Words Search the Bugs

The Ocean for Kinder Kids

Australia for Kinder Kids

Christmas for Kinder Kids

Fall for Kinder Kids

Thanksgiving for Kinder Kids

Happy reading!

 

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FREE SCIENCE LESSON – “My Science Notebook Cover”

by The Traveling Classroom

Pre-Kindergarten – 12th Grade

 

 

This is a fun science notebook cover page that can be stapled, glued, or slid into a sleeve on any notebook. We used it on the front of a spiral notebook to use for all our science recording activities! I hope you find it useful…Enjoy!

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Wednesday Weekly 5 Under $5 – 9/13/17

Every week I put together a list of 5 great products from members of The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative (TBOTEMC) with the requirement that each product must be less than $5.  With a variety of subjects and a wide range of grades, there just might be something that you can use, so continue to read below and see!


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By A Teacher’s Teacher 

ELA/Writing; Grades 7-10

This three-passage text set is accompanied by an informational prompt regarding the topic of skydiving. It’s a perfect assignment to engage typically apathetic students, as well as those students who are typically successful in your classroom, while still relying on the skills of using the information in the text set.  Modeled after AIR Testing, which is used in numerous states across the country, it would also fit well into a PARCC simulation. The text set, itself, is 5 pages long.

  

By Learning Harbor Resources for Teachers

Math; Grade 3

Are you looking for PowerPoint interactive activities to use with 1 to 1 computer time, blended lessons, and more? Do you need a fun and engaging way for your students to practice multiplication? This Scarecrow themed Interactive Self-Correcting PowerPoint Slide Show with sound may be just what you need. This interactive PowerPoint activity addresses CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.OA.B.5 Multiply and divide within 100.  See more details on the product’s page to learn about this great affordable item!

By 2livNlearn

Classroom Management; All Grades

Group your students quickly and easily with these cards! There are a myriad of cards to choose from which can be used in multiple ways. Group in pairs or up to eight students at a time. Included are: Groups of two 21 pairs, Opposites groups of two 18 pairs, Groups of two 10 pairs, Groups of two 14 pairs, Groups of three 6 sets, Groups of four 4 sets and Groups of eight 40 sets.  That makes a total of 320 different cards!  Never have to worry about “randomly” grouping again!

Reading/Social Studies; Grades 3-5

Have students learn about September 11th with this informational text passage while also practicing their reading comprehension skills.  Included in this product are the following: An Informational Text Passage entitled “The Attacks of September 11th,” A reading comprehension Assessment, Student Answer Sheet, Foldable for recording short response, Teacher Answer Key. and Foldable Directions (easy as could be! … no-prep required).  See the full description on the item’s page for a sample video about this terrific product!

By El Jaguar

Spanish; Not Grade Specific

This wonderful “El Grito “Cultural unit is the perfect way to celebrate Sept 16. Mexican Independence Day in your classroom.  The unit addresses the history of the Father Hidalgo in Dolores and his legendary “Grito de Dolores” that started the Mexican Revolution. The unit also describes in detail the reenactment ceremonies done on Sept 15 every year in the Zocalo of Mexico by the President of Mexico. It is a fun unit with wonderful Word Searches both in Spanish and English to reinforce the reading and cognates. Finally a fun coloring activity can be used for Elementary students. You can do it as a class reading and then little ones can just have fun coloring the Sugar Skull on a bed of Roses and doing the English Word Search.  See the item’s page for a full description of what is included for a great price!

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FREE MATH LESSON – “Numbers 0-20 5 in a Row: No Prep Game & Powerpoint”

by Tessa Maguire

Kindergarten – 1st Grade

 

 

Practice number identification on numbers 0-20 with this 5 in a Row Game. This no-prep blackline game is ready for playing. Just print, cut, and play, or copy on colored paper and laminate for future use. The corresponding Powerpoint file manages the game all on its own. Click the button to randomize the order and push start, and it will play and display. It can be randomized for every play, keeping the game fresh and fun for students. With only 15 numbers on the game card, students can quickly find and identify the numbers. There are 30 different game cards included so you can even use them in large class sizes. Complete setup directions are included.

Please note: This may not work with Powerpoint compatible programs. Please only purchase it if you have Powerpoint. It will not work on Powerpoint 2008 for Macs.

 

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September Teacher Talk

Posted by Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

 

 

It’s September Teacher Talk Time…..Hopefully everyone is off to a great school year with the best classes ever.  We have so many great tips and ideas for you from awesome educators. Be sure to take a look at what everyone has to say.
 
If you’re interested in joining this unique group of teacher entrepreneurs, blogging buddies and/or our blog linky, sign up here….The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative. If you decide to join, be sure to mention one of our names.
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The Magic of the Good Table
By Retta London of Rainbow City Learning

What my students taught me about the magic of sitting at the good table. Their perception of what made this table the good one was a great life lesson for me!

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9/11 A Teachable Moment in History
By Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

I remember September 11 as if it were yesterday. I woke up to a spectacular morning, not a cloud in the deep blue sky. The day was simply perfect.  I went through my usual morning routine, got in my car and drove to work thinking about my class and the kind of day it would be. I arrived at school, went to my room to gather my thoughts and prepare for what was ahead. Soon my students began to trickle into homeroom, announcements over and Channel One, our news channel had ended. We had our morning meeting, switched classes and World History began.Today’s students didn’t experience this and it’s history to them.  Many weren’t born yet and those that were, are too young to remember. It’s up to us to help them understand what happened that day and to never forget. 
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Got Game? 3 Tips for Making Games Effective for Learning
By Tracy Willis of Wild Child Designs

 Using games in the classroom is not a given for learning. Following three key teaching practice while using games WILL guarantee success! Check out the freebie, too!
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Building Amazing Digital Portfolios
By Lisa Robles of LisaTeachR’s Classroom

Would you like to start using digital mportfolios with your kids? Here is a short tutorial on creating and using them in your class with the new Google sites.
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3 easy ways to use data in your classroom
 By Katie De Leon of A Basket Full of Apples by Katie

 Do you use data in the classroom? Do you have your students use data? Using data can really help drive your instruction and help your students take ownership of their learning. There are many different ways that you can use data in your classroom.
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Increase the Good Behavior in Your Classroom
By Sally Hansen of Purposeful Plans

Classroom management must be under control before learning can take place. You can have the best idea for a lesson, but without successful classroom management, it will more than likely flop. A well-managed classroom is more productive and will keep you from getting frazzled later on in the school year.
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It’s football season again. How much do you know about Traumatic Brain 
Injury?
By Susan Berkowitz of Susan Berkowitz

It’s football season again, and the start of driver’s ed. How much do you know about brain safety and how to educate kids with TBI?
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Teaching Newcomers Doesn’t Have To Be Stressful
By Rebecca Olsen of 2LivNlearn

Do you have a Newcomer or Non-English speaking student in your class? Don’t stress! Instead follow these tried and true steps for a smooth transition for you
 both. 
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Teach Kids to Listen the First Time
By Gini Musmanno of Reading Spotlight

As students progress through school, listening skills receive less instruction with each progressive year. Read about a format to help teach you kids to listen to you the first time!
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Patricia Polacco, The Wonderful Author
By Shana of The Thrill of Third Grade

Patricia Polacco is one of my all-time favorite children’s authors.
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Painless Problem Solving Daily Routine
By Greg and Cheryl Litton of Learning Resources for Teachers

Do you struggle with teaching problem solving? Wouldn’t it be great if your students were excited about problem solving every day? Wouldn’t it be wonderful if your students thought problem solving was FUN?
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Assessment Shortcuts
By Michelle Webb of Those Who Love Teaching

Learn tips and tools to assess your students. Strategies for making authentic assessment part of your teaching.
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Apples or Oranges, Handwriting, Practice or Instruction?
By Thia Triggs of Print Path

Too often we as well-meaning parents or educators, because we want our children to be highly successful, skip steps and stages that children need.  Understanding these key steps for children will help us to provide them with tools vital for written language skills and lifelong learning. 
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I Love You California
By Kathie Yonemura of Tried and True Teaching

I’m always surprised when my students seem to not know much about their city, let alone the state they live in.  A terrific way to assess what your students know before you begin to teach geography is to ask them to draw their state and everything and anything they know about it. They are encouraged to label cities, attractions, bordering states, etc.
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Targeting High Achievers in Middle School Math
By Dr. Crystal Brown of Teaching to Change the World

In every classroom, there are students with varying levels of understanding regardless of the content. Teachers have a enormous task of reaching all those levels to help them meet or exceed the learning standards. Math is a subject that presents challenges for teachers to differentiate instruction.
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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Articulation Tic Tac Toe Game for /p/ sound – Freebie”

by The SLT Scrapbook

Kindergarten – 5th Grade

 

 

This articulation game freebie helps students practice their /p/ speech sounds in a fun and engaging way!

If you like the look of this freebie, why not check out our other products in this range!
Articulation Tic Tac Toe- Growing Bundle!
Articulation Tic Tac Toe- /k g t d/ sounds
Articulation Tic Tac Toe- /f v s z/ sounds

Contents
This pack contains no prep ‘Tic Tac Toe’ game boards for the /p/ sound- there are 6 boards in total- 2 boards for each position (word initial, medial and final!). Both color & black and white boards are provided. The game is not seasonally themed, so it is perfect for use all year round! The black & white pages are great used as homework too!

Preparation
There is no preparation required; just print and go (cut the pages in half to separate the two boards if desired). The boards can also be laminated for durability.

How to play
The game is played like ‘Tic Tac Toe’. Players take it in turns to choose one word from the board, they have to say the word correctly 3 times, then they can cover the picture up using either a counter or a O/X mark. The winner is the first person to get three pictures joined in a row, either vertically, horizontally or diagonally.

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This product is for individual, personal use, by you, in your classroom/therapy sessions only.
You are free to print off your own copies to use with your students, but please do not sell, share or claim as your own. If you wish to share with your colleagues, please purchase an additional license for each person you wish to share with (additional licenses are available at 50% off).
If you want to link to this product, that is fine to do so, but please let us know either via the blog, Facebook or email- thesltscrapbook@gmail.com.
Remember to leave feedback on all of your TpT Purchases- it earns you credits!

 

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Individual Student Behavior Tracker (Editable) for Classroom Management

Individual Student Behavior Tracker (Editable) for Classroom Management

 

This tracker allows a student to set behavior or task goals each day. It is editable to enter the goals/tasks and change them as needed. There are 6 choices of half page with 5 goals/tasks focus or one full page by schedule. The reward or incentive can be typed underneath the tracking box. I’ve also included goal/task ideas to copy and paste.

You might be interested in Editable Behavior Clip Chart, Calendars, Awards, & Trackers for Classroom Management BUNDLE

Included in this Resource:
✓ Examples
✓ How I use This Resource
✓ 6 Half Pages Editable Goal/Task Tracker
✓ 1 Full Page Editable Tracker by Schedule
✓ Behavior Book Cover/Back Page
✓ 4 Choices of Pages for Behavior Notebook

YOU MUST HAVE POWERPOINT TO EDIT
Clip art and tables cannot be edited.

I’ve also included the behavior book which can be used simultaneously. I suggest to use the behavior book for extreme or serious behavior incidents. I try not to overuse the behavior book.

Happy Teaching!
Sally


Wednesday Weekly 5 Under $5 – 9/6/17

Every week I put together a list of 5 great products from members of The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative (TBOTEMC) with the requirement that each product must be less than $5.  With a variety of subjects and a wide range of grades, there just might be something that you can use, so continue to read below and see!


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By Tried and True Teaching Tools 

Math; Grades 3-5

Fall Multiplication Task Cards are the perfect review of multi-digit x single-digit problems. Created by Tried and True Teaching Tools, these cards can be used as a SCOOT review or at a math center. The QR codes make for great independent self-checking practice.

  

By The Balanced Classroom

ELA; Grades 2-5

This unit is designed to be used with any folktale, fable, or myth. It contains ELA common core aligned activities to follow up each type of story. This unit also contains a tall tale writing activity. This unit has been updated to include an extension activity to go along with comparing fables.  See the details on the item’s page for specific CCSS alignment.  It’s a unit that will be sure to leave your students learning happily ever after!

By Snyder Classroom

Math; Grades 2-5

Engage your students with these self-checking QR code subtraction worksheets, and students love checking their work on their devices. This item includes 6 worksheets with a total of 48 subtraction with regrouping problems and an accompanying QR code that reveals the answer. QR codes allow students to self-check their work.  Each problem also has a grid box in which to solve the problem. The students practice setting up the problems with in the grid box.The grid box not only gives the students a place to show the work, it also guides them in lining up the place values.

Text Organization Task Cards – $3.75

By It’s a Teacher Thing

ELA; Grades 4-6

The Text Organization Task Cards are perfect for reviewing text structure and text purpose as well as for testing preparation. Use as a center station, for an introduction activity to your daily class, for whole-class instruction, for a partner review activity, as test preparation, etc. Each of the 20 cards has a writing purpose scenario and three choices of text organization for students to consider.  This unit includes 20 cards, an answer document and key, a definitions of terms page, and a full set of black and white or color card options.  In addition, information about the Common Core Standards to which this unit has been aligned are included to see how it fits into your curriculum.

By Miss Fallena

ELA/Reading; Grades PreK-1

Letter of the Week A is designed to help teach letter A for children who are learning their letters. You can use as a class time worksheet or homework. This set contains pages of variety activities, games and worksheets. It will help to teach your students to recognize, read, write, solve, and listen for the beginning sound of that letter. Included are Letter A Flash Cards, Alphabet Sentences: (to help recognize the letter and beginning sounds), Tracing and Writing the Letter A sheets for uppercase and lowercase, as well as much, much more!  See all that you get in this GREAT free resource on the full item description page, linked above!

As always, I encourage comments below and any ideas or suggestions by tweeting me @ATeachersTeach or contacting me via e-mail.

A Teacher’s Teacher

My TpT Store


FREE SCIENCE LESSON – “Healthy Eating & Nutrition: I Can Eat a Rainbow {FREEBIE}”

by Curriculum Castle

Pre-Kindergarten – 2nd Grade

 

 

Teach your students the importance of eating colorful fruits and vegetables everyday through our “I Can Eat a Rainbow” activity! Included in this freebie are:

1. Directional Page with a step by step guide and ideas on how to complete this activity with your class.
2. Colorful Foods Chart (examples of fruits and vegetables for each color of the rainbow)
3. “I Can Eat a Rainbow” student printable

*NOTE: This is one activity from our product Healthy Eating: Nutrition and Food Groups.

Enjoy!

~Curriculum Castle

 

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Healthy-Eating-Nutrition-I-Can-Eat-a-Rainbow-FREEBIE-1687334

 

 

 

 

 

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Editable Welcome Back to School Night/Open House/Meet The Teacher PowerPoint

Editable Welcome Back to School Night/Open House/Meet The Teacher PowerPoint

This Editable Back to School/Open House PowerPoint has 33 pages of customizable content! It’s a huge time saver for back to school planning. Slides can be added or deleted as needed.

You might be interested in the Editable Open House Invitations

Included in this Editable PowerPoint Resource:

✓ Title Page

✓ Contact Info

✓ Meet the Teacher

✓ Teaching Beliefs Introduction

✓ Daily Schedule

✓ Snacks and Drinks

✓ Birthdays

✓ Donations

✓ Take-Home Folder (2 Slides)

✓ 1st Grade Homework

✓ 2nd Grade Homework

✓ 3rd Grade Homework

✓ 4th Grade Homework

✓ 5th Grade Homework

✓ Reading

✓ Optional Math Homework

✓ Homework

✓ Grading

✓ Missing Assignments

✓ Late Assignments

✓ Technology

✓ Expectations for Behavior

✓ Behavior Clip Chart

✓ Behavior Card Chart 

✓ Rewards

✓ Background Clearance

✓ Field Trip

✓ Volunteer Opportunities

✓ Absences 

✓ Supplies

✓ What Parents can do

✓ Questions

✓ Editable Word Doc & PPT: Parent Volunteer Sign-up Sheet

✓ Editable Word Doc & PDF: Parent Sign-In Sheet

YOU MUST HAVE POWERPOINT TO EDIT

Clip art and background cannot be edited.  

Happy Teaching!

Sally

You may also be interested in the Birthday Certificates and Brag Tags for Students


Visual Schedules in kindergarten and primary classrooms – the benefits!

The benefits of using a visual schedule in kindergarten and early primary classrooms | That Fun Reading Teacher.com

Photo credit: Copyright: <a href=’https://www.123rf.com/profile_luislouro’>luislouro / 123RF Stock Photo</a>

Do you use a visual schedule in your classroom? As a special education teacher working in many kindergarten and primary classes, I’ve seen how beneficial they are for the whole class!

The origin of visual schedules

In special education, we had been putting picture symbol schedules in place for our students with autism for years, as they provide

  • an overview of the student’s day, in parts or as a whole, so the student has an idea of what to expect (this helps prevent anxiety)
  • a means of communication for students who struggle with oral language and / or auditory processing (they can point at the pictures to help get their message across, follow the pictures to understand what they might have missed verbally)
  • structure and increased independence, allowing students to manage transitions with less support
  • the flexibility of making changes to only the necessary parts of the schedule without having to change the entire day.
  • a sense of understanding how their day works, and counts down as blocks of time wrap up, helps kids feel a sense of accomplishment, more safe and in control of their emotions

The shift to whole class schedules

Our consultants began recommending visual schedules for more groups of students as time went on – students struggling with anxiety, managing behavior, transitions.  I began to notice that a few classroom teachers had just stopped using the individual student schedules (too cumbersome with multiple students with schedules in the class) and gone to a classroom one instead – and the effect was amazing.

Students checked in on that schedule all day. As time passed, a card was moved or taken down. If plans changed, the teacher simply switched out the card, and the kids understood and accepted it. The morning schedule was discussed at the carpet in the morning, and the process repeated in the afternoon.

Why it’s becoming the new normal

How many times have you heard this lately?

Kindergarten is a social communication program.

Do you agree? My very first class was a kindergarten class, in 1996, and the catch phrase at that time was ‘We’re teaching them how to play the game of school’. 

There are so many children in our classes now that struggle with social-communication, anxiety, self-regulation, learning disabilities, being in an overcrowded classroom, among other things.  And teachers have more to manage than ever before.

Consider that:

  • students regularly referring to the schedule throughout the day are prepared for transitions and managing themselves with greater independence
  • the visual schedule takes on the role of a ‘first-then’ board, as students are able to see things they are looking forward to coming up (for example, homesick students can see blocks of time disappearing as it gets closer to home time; students who dislike pencil / paper tasks can look forward to recess etc.)
  • students take pride in showing a visitor to the class that he or she can read, and knows what’s happening next
  • it is easy for a substitute teacher to step in with an already established structure in place (and it can be left prepared for the next day without having to write an explanation!)
  • With my Reading Recovery background, I can’t help but love the fact that this is just another way to drive home ‘reading the pictures’ for meaning first!
  • it can be used as a tool for teaching ‘time’ (some teachers add clocks beside each item) and sequencing events in order
  • The visual schedule makes a nice link to learning centres / centres

Have you tried using a visual schedule in your classroom? How has it been going for you?

Best wishes with your littles,

Ida Mae

If you are looking for a visual schedule and center / centre cards set, please check out mine below. The cards fit nicely into a pocket chart, can be used with adhesive magnets on the back, or simply pinned to a bulletin board. I’ve included months, days and Troll-themed editable name cards as well. Click the image to take you to my store to see the preview!

Are there cards you would like to see added to the schedule?

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FREE MISC. LESSON – “Freebie! Fancy Glitter Frames”

by KB Konnected

Pre-Kindergarten – 12th Grade

 

 

Glittery Goodness!

Includes 7 glitter frames with and without white centers.

14 png images in all.

Enjoy!

You may also like…
12 Candy-Colored Striped Frames
Checkmate Doodle Frames and Paper Collection
Charmed Paper/Frame Collection

Commercial use welcome on products and freebies. Just give credit as stated in TOU. Thanks!!!

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Based on a work at www.kbkonnected2.blogspot.com.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at www.kbkonnected.blogspot.com

 

 

 

 

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “The Tortoise and the Hare – retelling”

by Paula’s Preschool and Kindergarten

Pre-Kindergarten – 2nd Grade

 

 

This is a short retelling of the fable The Tortoise and the Hare. You may want to use this during a study of fairy tales or fables.

If you’d like your students to retell the story too, the script and props for this story are available separately at:
The Tortoise and the Hare Book and Game.
You may also like:
The Shepherd Who Cried Wolf.

For more fairy tale learning, please also see:
Fairy Tale Hundreds Charts,
Fairy Tale Patterns,
Fairy Tales Sentence Picture Match,
Fairy Tale Bundle,
Three Little Pigs Sight Words Game,
Adding With The Piggies,
and
This Little Piggy Literacy Activities.

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♥ Paula

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Les sons – apprendre à lire

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Les-sons-apprendre-a-lire-1804300

 

Les sons - apprendre à lire

 

Product Description
Les sons « Cartes éclair »
Voici une série de 96 cartes «éclair» pour faciliter l’apprentissage des sons communs en français.
Le visuel facilite la reconnaissance des mots et des sons.Les sons suivants sont inclus avec achat :
– ch – ou – ui – en, em – an – au
– eau – in – om – ein – oi – on
– eu – gu – gn – ai – ei – er
– qu – ille – ail – eille – euille –
– ien – illon
Les cartes incluent aussi plusieurs mots communs et phrases simples pour faciliter la lecture.
It’s teaching made easy!Total Pages
96 slides
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
N/A

FREE MISC. LESSON – “Parent Teacher Conference Forms and Reminders”

by Josie’s Place

Pre-Kindergarten – 6th Grade

 

 

These will help lead your parent-teacher conferences. Each form can be printed twice or copied back to back as a handy reference for your fall & spring conference.

Included are two forms for reminders for those of you who are co-teaching!
Enjoy!

 

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FREE MATH LESSON – “Positional Words Back Pack Hunt-FREE”

by Deedee Wills

Kindergarten – 1st Grade

 

 

Here is a FREE Back to School Math Work Stations. Students will go on a scavenger hunt looking for the missing backpack. They will have fun using the positional word clues to lead them to the prize.

Your Kindergarten or 1st grade students will LOVE playing!

There is a student response page included.

 

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Editable Open House Invitations FREEBIE

Editable Open House Invitations FREEBIE

Editable Open House Invitations are perfect for parents!

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Wednesday Weekly 5 Under $5 – 8/23/17

Every week I put together a list of 5 great products from members of The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative (TBOTEMC) with the requirement that each product must be less than $5.  With a variety of subjects and a wide range of grades, there just might be something that you can use, so continue to read below and see!


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By 2livNlearn 

Back to School; All Grades

You love this Editable Welcome Back Signs Freebie item!  Enjoy these Welcome Back Signs for your classroom door, including being able to edit them to include your name and room number. There are 10 different designs to choose from.  While you’re getting these, check out the other terrific products offered by 2livNlearn!

  

By The Literacy Garden

Reading; Grades 1-3

This unit 2 item working on reading and text evidence provides students with opportunities to analyze and annotate different engaging informational texts through guided practice and text-based questions.  Reading passages cover high-interest topics, including giraffes, bats, owls, lions, and apples. If your not sure about making a purchase, look at the details for this item at the linked page, as their is a free sample to download.  However, I’m confident that you’ll find this product to be another great offering from The Literacy Garden! 

By The Teacher Down the Hall

Math; Grades 4-5

Who doesn’t love Google Interactive Slides? Your students will draw lines to match answers, write in the correct answers, and drag buttons to the correct locations!  With this product, students will: use models to identify numbers; match standard, written, and expanded form numbers; find the value of different digits; and use mental math and place value to add.  Students can then turn in their work electronically by selecting “turn in” after closing their slide presentation. Great for math centers, quiz, extra practice, and even homework!

 

Class Decor: Superhero Supply Labels – $3.00

By Teach to Tell

All Subject Areas; Grades PreK-6

Use these 85 editable labels to label all your school supplies. From stationery to book/notebook shelves, and manipulatives, these labels will do the job. Best of all, these labels come in two different sizes: 3 labels on a portrait-sized page (8.5 in x 11 in) (27 labels) OR 6 labels on a portrait-sized page (8.5 in x 11 in) (28 labels).  Also included are 30 editable labels; all you have to do is type in text box to edit content.  A must have for a heroic new year!

By Kathy Babineau

Life Skills / Speech Therapy; Grades 2-6

Encourage your students to think of logical, appropriate solutions to everyday social and safety situations! Use one or two a day as part of a whole class morning meeting discussion or use multiple cards in short discussions or in a game format!  There are no specific “right” answers to these questions. Encourage your students to think about how to solve everyday issues and justify their responses.  This set contains 40 question cards and an optional board game for optimal student engagement.

As always, I encourage comments below and any ideas or suggestions by tweeting me @ATeachersTeach or contacting me via e-mail.

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “FREE Comprehension Strategy and Skill Cards”

by Lisa Pagano

Kindergarten – 7th Grade

 

 

These are printable cards that name different reading comprehension strategies and skills, such as Visualizing, Predicting, Main Idea, Author’s Purpose. Each card contains tha name of the strategy and a graphic that represents it. These can be used as part of a bulletin board or can be laminated, cut, and used as magnets on a whiteboard.

 

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FREE MATH LESSON – “Get Ready For School! A Back to School Math Game Freebie”

by Exceptional Kinders

Pre-Kindergarten – 1st Grade

 

 

Get Ready for School! Math Game Freebie

This is a 2 player game. Each player takes a game board (a backpack). 1, 2, or 3 dice are needed for this game. For younger students, roll one die and place the correct number of school supplies on their backpack. Older students can roll 2 or 3 die and add the numbers together to get the number of school supplies they should take. When all of the supplies are gone, the students count the school supplies on their game board. The player with the most supplies wins. Directions for a subtraction game are also included.

Common Core Standards:
K.CC.1 Count to 100 by ones and tens.
K.CC.4 Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
K.CC.5 Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1-20, count out that many objects.
K.CC.6 Identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater than, less than, or equal to the number of objects in another group, e.g./ by using matching and counting strategies. (Include groups with up to 10 objects.)
1.OA.3 Apply properties of operations as strategies to add and subtract.
1.OA.5 Relate counting to addition and subtraction
1.OA.6 Add and subtract within 20, demonstrating fluency for addition and subtraction within 10.

Thank you for viewing my Get Ready for School Math Game Freebie! I hope you enjoy it!
If you have any questions or comments, please let me know.

Carolyn – Exceptional Kinders

Resources
Font by: Clip Art by Carrie @ C&C Teach First, www.ccteachfirst.blogspot.com
Graphics by: Aisne’s Creations, www.digi-scrap.net/store

 

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Classroom Economy Wallet for Cash FREEBIE

Classroom Economy Wallet for Cash FREEBIE

There are different choices of wallet patterns or black and white. They can be used with classroom money or tickets. Laminate them for durability.

You may also be interest in these classroom management products:
Superhero Classroom Money with Math Facts on the Back Side
Superhero Class Jobs with Headers and Descriptions (Editable)
Superhero Classroom Economy (Editable) BUNDLE
Classroom Money with Math Facts on the Back Side with Editable Portions
Class Jobs with Headers and Descriptions – Mini-Polka Dot (Editable)
Classroom Economy (Editable) BUNDLE
Coupon Reward Tickets
Behavior Management (Editable) Monthly Trackers
Mini-Polka Dot Behavior Management (Editable) Chart
Behavior Management Bundle
Superhero Theme Behavior Management (Editable) Monthly Trackers
Superhero Theme Behavior Management (Editable) Chart
Superhero Theme Behavior Management (Editable) BUNDLE
Individual Student Behavior Tracker (Editable) for Classroom Management
Editable Open House Invitations
Editable Back to School Night/Open House/Meet The Teacher PowerPoint Slideshow

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FREE MISC. LESSON – “Name Song”

by Rikki Lee

Pre-Kindergarten – 3rd Grade

 

 

Do you ever have papers with no names? Well your problems are solved. Sing this little shindig and your students will remember to put their name on their paper everytime… Wahoo!

 

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “FREE: Alphabet Games Sampler: 4 Printables for the letter A”

by Brenda Tejeda

Pre-Kindergarten – 1st Grade

 

 

This freebie sampler includes all 4 of my alphabet games for the letter A.

If you’d like to see each pack, please click the links below.
The Alphabet Games: Mystery Pictures
The Alphabet Games: Find and Color
The Alphabet Games: ABC Tic-Tac-Toe: A Partner Game
The Alphabet Games: Connect 5- A Partner Game

For the bundle at a 23% savings, click here:
The Alphabet Games: Bundle

You may also like my ABC foldable activity books:
ABC: Foldable Alphabet Activity Books

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Editable Welcome Back to School Night/Open House/Meet The Teacher PowerPoint

Editable Welcome Back to School Night/Open House/Meet The Teacher PowerPoint

This Editable Back to School/Open House PowerPoint has 33 pages of customizable content! It’s a huge time saver for back to school planning. Slides can be added or deleted as needed.

You might be interested in the Editable Open House Invitations

Included in this Editable PowerPoint Resource:
✓ Title Page
✓ Contact Info
✓ Meet the Teacher
✓ Teaching Beliefs Introduction
✓ Daily Schedule
✓ Snacks and Drinks
✓ Birthdays
✓ Donations
✓ Take-Home Folder (2 Slides)
✓ 1st Grade Homework
✓ 2nd Grade Homework
✓ 3rd Grade Homework
✓ 4th Grade Homework
✓ 5th Grade Homework
✓ Reading
✓ Optional Math Homework
✓ Homework
✓ Grading
✓ Missing Assignments
✓ Late Assignments
✓ Technology
✓ Expectations for Behavior
✓ Behavior Clip Chart
✓ Behavior Card Chart
✓ Rewards
✓ Background Clearance
✓ Field Trip
✓ Volunteer Opportunities
✓ Absences
✓ Supplies
✓ What Parents can do
✓ Questions
Editable Word Doc & PPT: Parent Volunteer Sign-up Sheet
Editable Word Doc & PDF: Parent Sign-In Sheet

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Happy Teaching!
Sally

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Wednesday Weekly 5 Under $5 – 8/16/17

Every week I put together a list of 5 great products from members of The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative (TBOTEMC) with the requirement that each product must be less than $5.  With a variety of subjects and a wide range of grades, there just might be something that you can use, so continue to read below and see!


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By Mrs Grays Place 

ELA/Writing; Grades 5-8

If you want to get your students to think about the world around them and understand that everyone in the world has the same rights, but not everyone actually gets those rights, this is the unit to do this. Using explanatory writing as the genre of writing, students learn about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, while learning how to write different explanatory writing formats. This unit includes links to required media, a teach guide (with 21-day timeline) and a student book to get you started. The final assessment questions are also provided. Rubric/success criteria are to be developed with the class (I do not provide rubrics because of the differences in curriculum).

  

By A Teacher’s Teacher

ELA/Writing; Grades 7-10

Three great argumentative text sets in one great discounted bundle! With an emphasis on preparing students for state testing and performance tasks that have become a norm in formats such as AIR and PARCC, all three of these argumentative text sets provide multiple sources (3 or 4 each) with a task formatted to be much like what your students will see on their real state assessments! Specific details about each included text set can be found on the bundle’s specific product page.

By Learning Harbor Resources for Teachers

Math; Grades 1-2

This interactive, self-checking PowerPoint game will provide motivating and engaging practice!  The interactive game can be used by individuals, small groups and the whole class.  A recording sheet and answer sheet are provided.  Students click on an object on the homepage and are taken to a random problem; they can play in teams and/or you can project the game onto an interactive whiteboard and your students will be able to use the scorecard slide by making tally marks for correct answers. Check it out – this is a product sure to engage your students!

Genius Hour Project Guide for Upper Elementary Students – $4.00

By Mentoring in the Middle

ELA/Writing; Grades 5-8

Genius Hour. Time is a wonderful way to engage students in research that they want to do! This guide will prepare you for the steps they need to take. It may not prepare you for the enthusiasm and engagement your students will have for researching one of their interests or passions. This packet includes how to get started, an essential question, how to start your research, graphic organizers, and a teacher guide with notes. 

By Carefully Crafted

Math; Grades K-2

This is a perfect tool to use when helping your students familiarize themselves with the hundreds chart, recognizing colors (pink, gray, blue, orange, yellow, green, black, purple, brown, and red), and recognize numbers 0-100. These pictures are a fun and engaging way to reinforce number sense. These can be used at any time during the day–just print and go! It includes 12 total designs (Pencil, School Bus, School House, Scissors, Apple, Books, Chalk Board 123, Chalk Board AB, Clock, Crayons, Glue, and Lunchbox), 2 versions of the hundreds charts to color for each design: Numbered and Blank (students can fill in the blank chart on their own and then color), which is perfect for differentiation, as well as an answer key (mystery picture) for each.

As always, I encourage comments below and any ideas or suggestions by tweeting me @ATeachersTeach or contacting me via e-mail.

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