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The Grocery Game EURO Version Counting Money Game
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The Grocery Game EURO Version Counting Money Game

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The Grocery Game is a highly engaging math activity that provides students with a hands-on way to practise counting money! This is the Euros version. To play, players take turns picking food cards to fill up their grocery bags. Every card has a price, so students must pay for each item by counting out the correct amount of money from their “wallets.” Once all players have filled their bags, they all count their money to see who has the most left. For added challenge, two coupon cards allow players to subtract money from the purchase prices. Includes: game mats banker’s mat coin value reference cards food cards coupon cards There is also a set of food cards without prices so you can customise them with different money amounts if you wish. This game provides great hands-on practice with counting coins. Teacher will need to add play money (I can not sell copies of money clip art that I purchased). This game has been a favourite of my class every year. It is truly fun to play and can be enjoyed by students at various levels. Find more resources and teaching tips at www.fishyrobb.com
CVC Word Families Worksheets & Activities Short A E I O U Words
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CVC Word Families Worksheets & Activities Short A E I O U Words

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This CVC word families resource helps students build early phonics and phonemic awareness skills through. It includes hands-on word building activities for 20 different word families, plus companion worksheets for each. Includes: 80 CVC word family picture cards for word building 192 letter tiles 40 worksheets CVC WORD BUILDING CENTERS Using the word family picture cards, students build each word by putting letter tiles in the boxes. They will say the word, listen for each phoneme, and place the corresponding letter tile in the correct position. The pictures cards are color-coded for easy organization and use: Purple - Short A word building cards Green - Short E word building cards Pink - Short I word building cards Blue - Short O word building cards Orange - Short U word building cards CVC Words Worksheets There are also 40 companion worksheets with the same word families as the word building cards. There are two worksheets for each word family: Worksheet A - Students read each word and match it to the same word, find the words in a simple word search, and write the words next to the matching picture. Worksheet B - Students match pictures to the corresponding word, read the word, trace the word, write the word, and finger spell the word following example provided in American Sign Language. This is a great activity to help reinforce spelling patterns for your kinesthetic learners. WORD FAMILIES The word families included in this resource are: Short A - ad, an, ap, at Short E - ed, eg, en, et Short I - ig, in, ip, it Short O - ob, og, op, ot Short U - ub, ug, un, ut Find more resources and teaching tips at www.fishyrobb.com
Animals Nonfiction Reading Comprehension Bats Bees Butterflies Worms Fish
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Animals Nonfiction Reading Comprehension Bats Bees Butterflies Worms Fish

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Kids love to read about animals! These non-fiction passages are a great way to build reading comprehension skills with a high interest topic. Each passage includes a description of the animal, its habit, diet, adaptations or other special features, and some fun facts. The passage is followed by a page of comprehension questions that require students to refer back to the text to find their answers. Includes: Bats Bees Butterflies Earthworms Fish The questions all written-response except for one true/false on each page. Easy to read fonts and uncluttered design let students focus on the topic and information. These passages can be used for independent practice or assessment. They are also the perfect length to use as homework. Answer keys are included. There are also two pages of vocabulary cards with science words from the text. These allow you to integrate science concepts into your reading instruction!
The Sun and Stars Science Activities Task Cards
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The Sun and Stars Science Activities Task Cards

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This resource about stars, including our sun, can be used as a supplement to your science unit. Includes: TASK CARDS This is a set of 16 cards with multiple choice questions about the sun and stars. Includes recording sheet and answer key. GRAPHIC ORGANIZER Students compare and contrast our sun and other stars. COUNTING STARS ACTIVITY Students will estimate the number of visible stars by taking a sampling. This can be used as a homework assignment since it needs to be done at night. STAR COLOR CHART Students color stars to show the different types and add cut-and-glue labels to show which is the coolest and hottest colors. They also label the color of our star, the sun. Includes answer key.
Cause and Effect Sort Graphic Organizer Anchor Chart Worksheets
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Cause and Effect Sort Graphic Organizer Anchor Chart Worksheets

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Students will learn the relationship between cause and effect and practice identifying them with this set of reading activities. Includes posters and anchor charts for instruction and student materials for practice. WHAT YOU WILL GET Posters - These illustrate the difference between cause and effect with examples. Includes half-page and full-page size. Graphic Organizer Anchor Chart - This shows how cause and effect interact and how key words can help you identify which is which. Cause and Effect Sort - Students determine which cards are causes, which are effects, and then put them together. Some of the cards have similar “story lines” so students will have to decide which pairs make the most sense. Includes 40 cards and cause/effect heading cards. Worksheets - Includes two pages plus answer keys. On the first worksheet, students match each cause with its effect and then write their own sentences to complete cause/effect pairs. The second worksheet is a cut and glue version of the anchor chart. Students must determine which statements are the causes and which are the effects and connect them with the correct transition word. HOW TO USE THIS RESOURCE I suggest using the posters to introduce the concepts of cause and effect and then hang for student reference. The graphic organizer anchor chart is great for use during small group reading and can also be used along with the cause/effect sorting cards for extra support. Students can place the cards in the boxes on the graphic organizer to help them check their work and see if their matches make sense. The sorting cards can be placed in centers as a simple matching task or as a concentration-style memory game. You can even pass them out to the whole class as a “find your partner” activity. The worksheets are appropriate for practice or assessment.
Main Idea &  Details Reading Comprehension Worksheets
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Main Idea & Details Reading Comprehension Worksheets

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Tired of the same old main idea worksheets? This no-prep resource will give your students plenty of practice in a new and engaging way! Includes 3 different types of activities that specifically target finding the main idea and supporting details. WHAT YOU WILL GET: 13 main idea worksheets of 3 different types Answer keys Worksheet Set A: Each page in this set features a short informational passage. Students will read the text and then answer two text-based questions (one true/false and one short response). At the bottom of the page are four sentences to cut out. Students will glue these onto the graphic organizer to show which is the main idea and which are the supporting details. In some of the passages, the main idea is implied rather than explicitly stated. There are plenty of details in the text to help readers determine the main point. The answers to the other questions are found directly in the text. I like to have my students highlight where they found the answers (as pictured on the cover). This shows me that they referred back to the text to find the information. Worksheet Set B The second set of worksheets feature three different main idea statements. Students cut out the supporting details at the bottom and glue them under the correct main idea. The three main ideas deal with the similar topics, so students will have to read each detail carefully to determine which main idea it supports. Worksheet Set C These worksheets help students discern between supporting details and non-pertinent information. They will read a short passage and underline or highlight the sentence that does not support the main idea. Each page contains three passages. These work well as homework, in literacy centers, or even for assessment. The cut-and-glue component helps students stay engaged and on task. And because each set of worksheets addresses main idea in a different way, you will be able to provide differentiated activities to your students.