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Where you will find all resources and materials aimed at Early Childhood and Primary/Elementary Education, covering ELA, Science, Math, ESL, Gifted and Talented, STEM Education, and much more!!!

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Where you will find all resources and materials aimed at Early Childhood and Primary/Elementary Education, covering ELA, Science, Math, ESL, Gifted and Talented, STEM Education, and much more!!!
1-20 Number Display
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1-20 Number Display

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A nice collection of 1-20 number cards containing numbers, number words, and matching ten frames for classroom display. Great for a beach themed or colorful classrooms!
Student Surveys Bundle Pack
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Student Surveys Bundle Pack

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This is my bundle pack for my 3 student surveys. Buy them separately or all together in this pack to save $$$. Behavior Management: We all know the importance of differentiating curriculum to student learning styles. But how many of us actually apply that same principal to behavior management...not too many I bet. It is so simple to apply one behavior management system to the entire class, or sometimes our principal requires us to use a school wide model. However, we all know that our students are going to behave differently, and therefore we should be actively differentiating behavior management methods to best meet the needs of our students. Using this survey will give you additional data to help your classroom function more smoothly, and to show administrators why differentiating behavior management is important to the student development in class. Also a great thing to have on file during parent teacher conferences! Multiple Intelligences: This is a visual survey based on aspects of Howard Gardener's Multiple Intelligences I made for my ESL students to be used at the beginning of the school year. Given a language barrier it was a great tool that gave me insight into how my students like to learn, what materials they like to use, and what their favorite part of school is. While I used this survey for ESL, I feel it can be used for any mainstream/ESL grade level in the primary grades Each student completes the survey by either circling or coloring (whatever is easier depending on your students' abilities), one or more answer for each question. Make sure they understand not to circle every answer, but to pick only the ones that pertain to them. Once the survey is complete, you can use the teacher answer key to understand what the data means and how to effectively use it. I used my surveys to help me differentiate my lessons, how to manage my guided reading and writing more effectively, as well as how to motivate my students to complete their work. It also gave me good ideas about how to set up my seating chart, which students might work well together, and which of my more chatty students might need to be separated. And one extra bonus, this is a GREAT tool when it comes to observations and professional development, and you get asked about why you have differentiated in a particular way! Approaches to Learning: This survey allows you to best assist your students when it comes to their learning. It allows you to see if there are distractions that are slowing learning, how your students work at home, and where they feel most comfortable in class. This is a great assessment for data collection to justify differentiation in the class environment for administrators.
Telling Time: Digital and Analog Hour and Half Hour
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Telling Time: Digital and Analog Hour and Half Hour

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This math activity is designed to help students work on telling time to the hour and half hour. This includes: 2 worksheets that can be printed back to back 4 pages of mini clocks, to be printed on colored paper and laminated 4 pages of digital times to the hour and half hour, to be printed on colored paper and laminated
Behavior Management Student Survey
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Behavior Management Student Survey

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BEST BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT SURVEY Owing to the popularity of my Multiple Intelligences Survey: How Do You Learn?, I created a new survey to be completed by students in class or at home with parents to show what they think and feel about classroom rules and behavior management techniques. We all know the importance of differentiating curriculum to student learning styles. But how many of us actually apply that same principal to behavior management...not too many I bet. It is so simple to apply one behavior management system to the entire class, or sometimes our principal requires us to use a school wide model. However, we all know that our students are going to behave differently, and therefore we should be actively differentiating behavior management methods to best meet the needs of our students. Using this survey will give you additional data to help your classroom function more smoothly, and to show administrators why differentiating behavior management is important to the student development in class. Also a great thing to have on file during parent teacher conferences!
Life Cycle of a Star Activities Packet
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Life Cycle of a Star Activities Packet

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Here is a combined packet of my popular "Life Cycle of a Star" sequencing worksheet, and "Life Cycle of a Star" vocabulary cards. Buy both together and receive an immediate discount! Here are the original descriptions of each: Sequencing Worksheet When I began teaching my Space Unit for Grade 1, I could not find any activities that depicted the star life cycle. We were trying to make connections to previous life cycles we had learned (butterfly, plant). This is a great activity to do with Early Childhood students. This depicts 5 stages of the Star Life Cycle: 1. Stellar Nebula (creation/birth of a star by gases being pulled together). 2. Average Star (when a star is burning brightest and appears yellow). 3. Red Giant (the star is burning off lots of gas, emitting heat so it appears red). 4. Planetary Nebular (gases are escaping the star and it starts getting smaller). 5. White Dwarf (the last phase before a star dies and it grows very small before losing all of its gas). My second language learners loved acting out the start life cycle as well: Pushing hands together and packing them as if they are squeezing the gas together (Stellar Nebula) Putting their hands by their faces with big eyes and smile to "shine" brightly (Average Star) Arms out to their sides and stomping their feet like a giant would (Red Giant) Arms pulling apart from their bodies to simulate the gas leaking out (Planetary Nebula) Shrinking down to the floor to get really small (White Dwarf) I have also included a student sample to help illustrate the different phases. Vocabulary Cards: It has been so popular that I decided to create some vocabulary cards to support this resource. Each card includes the name of the stage in the life cycle, a hand drawn image, as well as a description of what is happening to the star during that particular stage. Print and laminate for durability. Please make sure to rate and leave feedback!
Money: Converting Currency
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Money: Converting Currency

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This is a simple task sheet that affords students the opportunity to try their hand at converting different currencies and solve word problems. Please make sure to rate and leave feedback!
Human Body Systems Mini Book
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Human Body Systems Mini Book

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This mini book gives students information about the specific body systems, and allows the students to label the body parts. This packet includes: Cover page Table of contents 5 pages of information about the body system and illustrations 5 pages of labeling body parts and illustrations Simply print, and set up in a science center, or do as a whole group lesson. Please make sure to rate and leave feedback!
STEM: Designing Futuristic & Functional Clothing CCSS
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STEM: Designing Futuristic & Functional Clothing CCSS

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This is a great hands on unit for 4-5 students that is aligned with ELA & Math CCSS, and Next Generation Science Standards for Engineering & Design. In groups students will read informational text about the evolution of clothing to then design and create a futuristic and functional clothing item based on the measurements of one group member. The clothing must be made only from the provided materials, must be able to carry food (snacks), must be wearable and fit the measurements of the selected group member, and be submitted for a weight evaluation. Students also have the option of creating an advertisement for the finished clothing item, which can be completed as a clothing commercial with technology or presented on a poster. ***Please note additional materials are needed for this activity*** Variety of Ziploc bags (small, medium, large), rolls of tape, snack items (pretzels, Goldfish, crackers, etc...), futuristic decorations (tapes, stickers, etc...) and a luggage weighing scale Standards: 4.MD.A.2, 5.MD.C.5, 4.NBT.B.4, 5.NBT.B.5, RI.4.10, RI.5.10, W.4.1, W.4.3, W.5.1, W.5.3, SL.4.1, SL.5.1 This packet includes: Cover Page Introduction and Objective Page 3 pages of ELA, Math and Next Generation Science Standards for 3-5 Lesson Procedures Student self assessment Teacher Sample of Finished Product (NOT FOR STUDENTS) Clothing Evolution Informational Text Designing Clothing Lesson Directions for students Designing Clothing Brainstorming Page Designing Clothing Measurement Recording Sheet Designing Clothing Current Functional Clothing Samples Designing Clothing Student Checklist Designing Clothing Measurement Explanation Designing Clothing Commercial Worksheet Designing Clothing Budget Sheet Designing Clothing Display Banner Designing Clothing Weight Check Please make sure to rate and leave feedback!
Dirty Teeth Experiment Booklet
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Dirty Teeth Experiment Booklet

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This is a 4 page booklet designed around a lesson about keeping teeth clean. Students will make a statement about what will happen to teeth when we don't clean them, and will write a question about the experiment. Then students will each take an egg and coat it with a mixture of crushed cereal and milk or water. The mixture needs to be quite sticky so that it creates a coating on the egg shell. The crushed cereal mixture is to simulate "chewed food" while the egg represents a tooth. Once the egg is coated, students place the egg in a cup or bowl and leave it to dry. This may take about 3-5 days depending on the room temperature, so it is best to start this experiment at the beginning of the week. On the final day, students examine their eggs, and feel what happened to the food (it should have solidified). They then take a toothbrush and try to brush as much of the food off as possible. This should be quite challenging and may require excess force. If some students are too rough, the egg will break, which can simulate tooth decay in real life. Students then complete the rest of the experiment booklet.
Reading Log for Weekly Reading
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Reading Log for Weekly Reading

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This is a template of a reading log for my students that goes home with their reading folder each week. It provides for 3 weeks of reading before it needs replacing. Students and parents can record how many minutes they are reading each day, the student can rate their opinion of the book, and the parents can write comments based on how the reading went. Please make sure to rate and leave feedback!
STEM Building Challenge Cubes
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STEM Building Challenge Cubes

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This is a fantastic product to introduce to your STEM students, or eager engineers. Similar to "Story Cubes", these are "STEM Cubes". Students roll all the cubes together, and position them to be face up after rolling. Students will determine which materials they can select, how much of each material, how much time they have to build, and can even be suggested a topic to build. Set these cubes out as an independent center, team building, group work, etc... ***PLEASE NOTE*** You must provide your students with the variety of materials featured on the dice in order for them to complete the task successfully. All materials are easily accessible no matter where you are. This packet includes: 5 Materials dice (with varying materials) 1 Quantity dice (to declare how much of each material) 1 Minutes dice (to show how much time students have to build) 1 Design dice (with suggestions for students on what to build) 1 Blank Minutes dice (for teachers to choose their own timings) 1 Blank Quantity dice (for teachers to choose their own quantities) Please make sure to rate and leave feedback!
Multiple Intelligences Survey: How Do You Learn?
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Multiple Intelligences Survey: How Do You Learn?

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This is a visual survey based on aspects of Howard Gardener's Multiple Intelligences I made for my ESL students to be used at the beginning of the school year. Given a language barrier it was a great tool that gave me insight into how my students like to learn, what materials they like to use, and what their favorite part of school is. While I used this survey for ESL, I feel it can be used for any mainstream/ESL grade level in the primary grades Each student completes the survey by either circling or coloring (whatever is easier depending on your students' abilities), one or more answer for each question. Make sure they understand not to circle every answer, but to pick only the ones that pertain to them. Once the survey is complete, you can use the teacher answer key to understand what the data means and how to effectively use it. I used my surveys to help me differentiate my lessons, how to manage my guided reading and writing more effectively, as well as how to motivate my students to complete their work. It also gave me good ideas about how to set up my seating chart, which students might work well together, and which of my more chatty students might need to be separated. And one extra bonus, this is a GREAT tool when it comes to observations and professional development, and you get asked about why you have differentiated in a particular way! Thanks for checking out this new item and please make sure to rate and leave feedback!
STEM: Coding the North Pole Packet CCSS/NGSS
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STEM: Coding the North Pole Packet CCSS/NGSS

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This STEM activity is designed for K-2nd grade students to gain some hands on experience through a themed un-plugged coding activity. Students will help guide Santa through different parts of the North Pole (getting from Point A to Point B) by giving coding directions. This packet includes: Cover Page 2 pages of ELA and NGSS standards Teacher Instructions Student Procedure/Checklist Writing Extension North Pole Map Coding Directions 16 Task Cards Please make sure to rate and leave feedback!
Living and Non-Living Scavenger Hunt
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Living and Non-Living Scavenger Hunt

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This is a pack of 12 cards featuring different Living and Non-Living things. Simply print, laminate, cut, and hide around the room. Students must walk around with their papers, and write the name of each thing they find, then determine if they are Living or Non-Living. This pack includes: 12 Living and Non-Living cards 1 recording sheet for lower-level students (they must just right either the name of the thing, OR if it is Living/Non-Living 1 recording sheet for on-level and above-level students (they must write the name of the thing, and circle if it is Living or Non-Living) Please make sure to rate and leave feedback!
Bloom's Taxonomy Math Verbs and Question Cards Bundle
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Bloom's Taxonomy Math Verbs and Question Cards Bundle

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This is a nice set of 12 cards containing Bloom's Taxonomy Questions and sentence starters, and Bloom's Taxonomy Math Verb Cards. You can purchase these items separately in my store, or get them both for a cheaper price! Great to have on hand during a lesson to prompt some higher-level questioning and thinking. I keep them right with me during whole group or small group lessons.
STEM Morning Work Weekly Packet
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STEM Morning Work Weekly Packet

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This is a packet of morning work based around the principles of STEM for Early Childhood students K-2. Rather than having students complete only ELA or Math in the morning work, this packet incorporates reading and writing, and some math in the STEM activities. The packet starts in the first week of August and goes all through the school year until the last week of May, 38 weeks of STEM activities. Each week offers one STEM activity that is spread out over 4 days, with the 5th day being a reflection of the week's work. All activities are designed to have 15 minutes spent on them, as students are settling into the morning routine of school. Included in this packet is: Monthly table of contents Weekly STEM Packet Cover STEM activity titles for each month Needed STEM materials for each month Directions for STEM activities for each month Set up and prep directions for teacher for each month Weekly pages for STEM activities Please make sure to rate and leave feedback!