Monster Addition Games include 19 Game Boards to practice addition addends 0-10 with sums to 20. The game boards are split up by addends. There are a mix of facts and some missing addends game boards. There is enough variety to keep your students engaged and learning their addition facts all year long.
The 19 game boards include:
• Addends 0-5
• Addends 6-9
• Addends 0-10
• Addend 0
• Addend 1
• Addend 2
• Addend 3
• Addend 4
• Addend 5
• Addend 6
• Addend 7
• Addend 8
• Addend 9
• Addend 10
• Missing Addends Facts 0-5
• Missing Addends Facts 6-10
• Missing Addends 0-10
• Facts of 10
Also included is a fact table to check answers.
Array Robots includes thirty-six task cards. These cute robots are put in an array to express multiplication or repeated addition sentences. Another thirty-six task cards are included to match the arrays with a multiplication sentence.
Use these task cards to match the array with the number sentence. The two set of task cards can be used to match or to play a game of Concentration or a Go Fish.
Use the task cards in small groups to reinforce identifying arrays using multiplication or repeated addition.
The task can also be used with the recording sheets. Place the task cards and the recording sheet at a math center. Students can draw the array or write the number sentence for each array.
There are also 8 worksheets added to use during your lessons, extra array practice, homework, in small groups, or as assessments.
This pack is perfect when learning about arrays.
Are you bugged by equations? Try this Spring Equal Equations using Single Digit Addition and Subtraction will have your students mastering equations with ease. This pack includes 30 task cards using Single Digit Addition and Subtraction facts. Students find the missing number that makes each equation true.
This pack includes, 30 task cards, a recording sheet, and two worksheets. Plus answer keys too.
CVC Unscramble Sentences Worksheets has a total of 20 worksheets (4 worksheets for each of the five vowel sounds). Each worksheet includes 3 sentences for students to unscramble and form into a complete sentence. Students read the 5 or 6 words in the word bank and write a complete sentence that could match the picture.
These are simple sentences that are designed for beginning readers learning to read, make, and write complete sentences. The words in the word bank use CVC words and only 11 sight words. The sight words used for each page are located on the top right hand corner of each worksheet. The 11 sight words used in this entire packet include: a, and, at, has, I, in, is, my, on, see, the
These are great to use at your small group time for a quick assessment of who's reading and/or forming sentences. Place a worksheet at a reading center or use as part of your lesson for students to practice unscrambling sentences.
CVC Sentences for Reading Comprehension includes 100 Task Cards. (20 task cards for each vowel sound, a, e, i, o, u)
This pack will have your students excited to practice reading, sounding out CVC Words, and comprehending what they are reading. Each task card displays 2 sentences. Students choose the sentence that matches the picture.
These task cards will help students read with fluency and practice comprehension. There are 20 Task Cards for each vowel sound (a, e, i, o, u). Different Recording Sheets have been included to fit your needs in the classroom.
Only a few sight words are used for each set of card. Use the sight word list to see if the set of task cards are right for your students. If students know the sight words listed and how to sound out 3 letter words, than this pack is perfect for your beginning readers!
An answer key is included to help distinguish pictures.
Here are 18 posters that display what "Good Readers" do when reading or learning to read. Use the posters when focusing on a reading strategy or skill. The 18 reading posters included in this set are:
Using Prior Knowledge
Reread to Understand
Find a Purpose
Know the Difference Between Fiction and Non-Fiction
See What They read
Read With Fluency
Look at Word Bits
Use Context Clues
Decimals using Tenths and Hundredths is loaded with activities. It includes:
10 sets of decimal cards (5 cards in each set). Use the decimal cards for activities, games, and worksheets. The worksheets have students comparing/ordering, add/subtract, writing decimals, writing fractions, and rounding. Decimal cards are a mix between tenths and hundredths. The activities include games like decimal war and word name bingo.
It also includes a class game of "I have... Whoooo Has" (30 task cards)
30 Decimal Task Cards have been added to this pack to practice Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying decimals. (10 of each)
23 Worksheets using tenths and hundredths. Answer Keys included
These Mean, Median, Mode, and Range Task Cards are perfect to spice up your lesson or math centers. This pack includes 30 Task Cards to find the mean, median, mode, or range on each card. You can use these cards to find all four tasks or you can concentrate on just one. There are different recording sheets included for teacher choice on use.
These task cards can also be used to make graphs. There are 2 recording sheets included so students can create a picture or bar graph from the data represented on each card.
Use task cards for centers, group work, mini-lessons, review, morning work, warm-up, homework, or class work.
Bee Word Problem Task Cards using 2-Digit Addition and Subtraction includes 32 Task Cards. The task cards use 2-digit numbers and has some regrouping for both adding and subtracting. Students read the word problem on the task card. They decide if they should add or subtract and calculate their answer on a recording sheet.
Use this pack for math centers, morning work, small group, warm-up exercises, or for part of your lesson. These task cards will have your students practicing word problems all spring long with this cute "BEE" theme!
3 Recording Sheets- Use for students to record answers.
Would You Rather… Fraction Task Cards is a fun way to compare fractions. This pack includes 48 task cards to get students thinking about fractions and what they would rather have more or less of.
For example, task card 1 reads, “Would you rather have 2/3 of a box of cookies or would you rather have 4/5 of a box of cookies?” Students would want more of the box of cookies so they would choose the larger fraction. Another task card question reads, "Would you rather stick your arm 3/10 of the way in an alligator's mouth or would you rather stick your arm 2/5 of the way in an alligator's mouth?" Students would want less of their arm in an alligator's mouth so they would choose the smaller fraction.
This pack comes with recording sheets if you want to place them at a math center. It also comes with a comparison fraction chart to help students compare fractions.
Students will be scared with delight with these fun Halloween themed word problem task cards. They will be able to practice using their 2-digit addition and subtraction skills while problem solving. Nothing scary in this pack. It's all fun with a cute Halloween theme. There are 15 addition and 15 subtraction word problems.
This entire set includes:
30 Word Problem Task Cards (grouping and no regrouping)
2 Recording Sheets to fit the needs of your classroom
1 Problem Solving Mat (1/2 Sheet)
1 Game Board- to use with the word problem task cards
Use the task cards for morning work, at a math center, for early finishers, or as exit tickets.
Spelling Task Cards includes 40 different ways to practice weekly spelling words. Spelling Task Cards are perfect for centers, homework, or class work. These ideas work for any spelling list. Students choose a task card and follow the directions on it using all their spelling words. This may include writing them 3 times each, or writing the synonyms or antonyms or each spelling word. This pack includes 40 different ways to practice spelling!
Sequencing Task Cards help build comprehension and sequencing. Students read the 4 sentences on the task card and decide how the order of events happened 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. Students have to read all four sentences to comprehend and infer the events in order.
This set comes with thirty task cards, recording sheets, an answer key, and writing paper to write the sentences in order.
This FREE Editing Marks can be used the next time you want students to edit their own writing. The editor’s marks will be helpful when students are editing themselves. It will also be helpful when someone else has edited them and they’ll know what to change in their writing from the marks given. There are also some friendly reminders at the bottom of the sheet for students to check their work.
You can also copy and place this page in the students’ writing folders. Students can pull this out the next time they need to edit a paper or make corrections using the symbols.
You can also copy this page and post it on your writing bulletin board for friendly reminders.
Send this copy home for parents to help their child edit their work.
These editing marks below are the most commonly used in a
primary setting. It is not a complete list of marks or symbols.
Freebie! Wicked Witch is a thrilling multiplication game using factors 1-10. Players take turns drawing multiplication cards and stating the product to the other players. Players need to watch out for the Wicked Witch Card. If this card is drawn, the player puts all cards they are holding back in the can. The 1st player to collect 10 cards is the winner.
Be Careful, this game is thrilling and exciting for students. They may be a little noisy. But this is defiantly a fun way to practice multiplication facts.
Word Problem 2-Digit Addition and Subtraction Task Cards include:
30 Word Problem task cards using 2-digit addition and subtraction facts. There are 15 addition and 15 subtraction word problems. Use the task cards for math centers, morning work, warm up exercises, or for a 2-4 player game.
2 Recording Sheets & 1 Problem Solving Mat- Use for students to record answers or use the problem solving mat to help solve problems.
1 Game Board - Use the game board and the task cards in a fun 2 or 4 player game.
This entire unit comes in a Black and White copy.
Bar Graph Task Cards includes 20 task cards.
Students use the data from the bar graph to answer 4 questions about it. There are a variety of questions on each task card. Each question has 4 multiple chose answers.
10 task cards are vertical and 10 are horizontal bar graphs. Some of the vertical task cards count by 2’s or 5’s which will make it more challenging for students. The rest of the task cards scales are set to count by 1’s.
Use a recording sheet and task cards at a math center or for early finishers.
hese posters will surely grab your students' attention. There are a total of 30 posters. (Plus, a black and white copy of each one.) Each poster prints in a 8.5x11 size standard sheet of paper.
Each poster has a saying that the teacher would say to grab their students attention. It also includes a student saying a response to the teacher. These are great visuals when the class is off task and you need their attention quickly.
I have a few of these that I say all the time. I also created a few of my own that are not found anywhere else. I also made the clip art! These posters are original!!
Hang these posters in your room to help students remember what they need to say when you're trying to grab their attention.
STEM Posters for the Classroom includes 12 posters. (Plus, a black and white copy of each one.) Each poster prints in a 8.5x11 size standard sheet of paper.
1 Poster has the STEM acronym and kid pictures that match science, technology, engineering, and math students. There are also the 7 engineering design process words that are in a cute rhyming verse.
4 Posters include a science, technology, engineering, and mathematics topic. Each picture includes 4 words that describe each STEM job.
7 Posters include the engineering design process. Each poster lists a process and 2 or 3 questions about what the student should be thinking when they ask, imagine, plan, create, test, improve, and communicate.
Check out the preview for a better look at the 12 posters.
Hang these posters in your room to help students remember and think about the process as they solve problems in the classroom.
I also made the clip art myself. These are original!