Students practice recognizing and ordering numbers or letters with these fun Superhero theme puzzles. These are perfect for math centers, language centers, homework or early finishers. Each puzzle is editable so you can create the perfect sequences to align with what you are teaching. By Pink Cat Studio
Classroom Rules ~ Is also useful to use the summer before your child starts Pre-K or Kindergarten so they will become familiar with what will be expected in school :) I am doing this over the summer with my twins and also with my son who will be going into 1st grade to help keep the structure that he has learned at school during kindergarten
I've done this bulletin board every year, and the kids (and adults) love it! I send out a letter to the parents asking for random items, and this is what I got this year:) The item to search for changes every day.
Literacy Activity This game is easy to make!! It has 4 simple steps. 1. Buy the bugs at Target for 1 dollar!!! 2. Print the WHO AM I cards. 3. Glue the completed WHO AM I cards to the back of the blank ones! 4. Have your students read and determine which bugs go with which clues!
Research- Save the introduction and conclusion for the end. Use a template/fill in the blank.
These Social Skills Task Cards (Set 2) include 1 complete set of "Go Behaviors/No Behaviors" Task Cards with a total of 68 cards included that focus on social skills and appropriate school behavior. What are "Go Behaviors and No Behaviors?" A Go Behavior is a good behavior. This means, "It's good. Go ahead and do it." A "No Behavior" is a bad behavior. This means, "No. Do not do that behavior."