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Winter Wonders

Three poems about penguins and polar bears are included in this FREE resource, and can be used for literacy stations, individual fluency notebooks, or whole group Reader's Theater activities! Stick puppet patterns are also included!

Winter Wonders

Plan to use these three FREE poems about arctic animals as group choral reads this winter! They are a great way to improve student fluency and comprehension, an can supplement thematic studies about penguins and polar bears!

The poem "Five Frosty Snowmen" used to teach ordinal numbers, quotation marks, sequencing, and seasonal change. Includes literacy station activities, worksheets, reader's theater, and math activities.$

Read! Think! Rhyme! Book Buddy Poem Booklet & Scoot Activity

This resource was designed to engage young readers as you review basic rhyming skills and build reading fluency!It includes ten original poems with picture clues from Melonheadz Illustrating's Lucy Doris sets. These can be collated into booklets for partner reading, projected onto a SmartBoard for group choral readings, or copied individually for literacy station review and practice. K-3 ELA $

UNWRAP A GIFT LINKY PARTY WITH THE PRIMARY GAL

UNWRAP A GIFT LINKY PARTY WITH THE PRIMARY GAL Holiday Riddle Booklet FREEBIE Four thematic pages and a cover are included in this pack designed to encourage 1st and 2nd grade readers to use picture clues and word power to solve riddles about gingerbread, Santa, snow days, and winter fun!

Five Days & Five Ways To Use Poetry With Primary Grade Students

Mitten Magic--Four original poems with extension activities to help your students building reading fluency and writing skills! $

Christmas Kids Read! Think! Write!--December Riddles

It's here! It's here! So be of good cheer! My December logic and literacy pack includes six thematic sets of picture clue cards and riddles that are sure to keep your young learners interested in learning all the way up to the last day before winter break! ELA $