Mystery Word - What's the Last Word?

Mystery Word - What's the Last Word? (And Freebie!) This could be adapted for Preschool. Just use letter tiles for matching- leaving off the mystery word. Or, if you have children that are ready for that- it could be a bonus idea for them.

What number is missing? A great independent activity!

What number is missing? A great independent activity! Could even use dry erase markers in the place of the physical numbers.

Display idea for group rotations - could use for guided reading, literacy or maths groups. Give students some autonomy in selecting their activity, rotating through the stations and moving their pegs.

I think you could copy Fountas & Pinnell workboard icons and mount to construction paper.This doesn't take up as much room as a pocket chart! A center organizer that ISNT a pocket chart! I absolutely love this!

The 100 square challenge! Can you use your knowledge of numbers, patterns and place value to reassemble the 100 square? How about trying it against the timer? Can you even complete more than one square before the time runs out? Very popular in my class! LG☆

The 100 square challenge! Can you use your knowledge of numbers, patterns and place value to reassemble the 100 square? How about trying it against the timer? Can you even complete more than one square before the time runs out?

Look at your picture, use the words to make a sentence that makes sense- read to check- write your sentence

Look at your plicture, use the words to make a sentence that makes sense- read to check- write your sentence

Phonic challenge - spell with the pebbles

"EY FroTeachers can create this Phonics Activity - spell with the pebbles- a great way to attract children who have a hard time sitting in one place on a table and being a typical writer.


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