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Sometimes, a teacher likes to have her own stash of little readers, always available and easy to replace! I do - color readers, with visual checklists, printable activities and various versions of b+w student copies of the reader to differentiate sight-word practice. My students learn the routine with their visual checklist, and I can read with my groups! Check out the page on my blog, and try a free sample or two!

This little booklet is a great visual way for students to identify equivalent fractions. Students use fraction bars and number lines to show which fractions are equivalent.If you enjoy this freebie, please leave feedback.

Map Skills Battleship Game My students were having a hard time with longitude and latitude. They could not really judge the halfway points between the longitude or latitude lines provided on printed maps and they could not visualize the idea of the coordinates and the fact that the two numbers together made a target on the location we were trying to identify. I compared longitude and latitude lines to a game of Battleship and suddenly lightbulbs went on! I adapted a United States map to f...

Students will learn about the Element of Art "Line" through creating a Valentine's Day art piece using pencil crayon and paint. Your students will really love this! This product is complete with a visual and text step-by-step (each step on its own page with description), a rubric for marking, a handout about "What Is Line" that describes line as an Element of Art and how it's used, and a step-by-step how to draw the heart to allow your students to create this piece successfully! This also…

Students will learn about the Element of Art "Line" through creating a Valentine's Day art piece using pencil crayon and paint. Your students will really love this! This product is complete with a visual and text step-by-step (each step on its own page with description), a rubric for marking, a handout about "What Is Line" that describes line as an Element of Art and how it's used, and a step-by-step how to draw the heart to allow your students to create this piece successfully! This also…

Kindergarten line shape and pattern owls | Jamestown Elementary Art Blog | Bloglovin’

Geometry of Soul series. Visually pleasing composition of profile lines of human head to serve as background in works on education, science, technology and graphic design

This is a super fun (yet truly educational!) game where students race to the finish line by identifying solfege notes! Use in your daily lessons, as part of center activities, or as a great music sub plan! This is the Do Re Mi Sol La version! #pitchpublications

Foam sheets can be used for a handwriting activity with kids.

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