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• Decorate an egg for each skill achieved.
• Decorate a flower for each skill achieved.
• Color or place a sticker on a baseball or glove for each skill achieved.
• Color each section of the caterpillar for each fact memorized. From 6x1 to 10x10.
• With the words "Have a Groovy Day!", a series of colorful flowers, and a primary-lined space to write a name.
• Match the circle with the flowers to the section on the caterpillar with the corresponding number.
• Match the game pieces to the correct numbers on the caterpillar game board to solve the math facts.
• Match the game pieces with the correct circles on the caterpillar game board to solve the math facts.
• Count the spots on each ladybug. Match the ladybug to the flower with the corresponding number.
• Count the spots on each ladybug. Match the ladybug to the flower with the corresponding number.
• Follow the directions and color the grid to make the shape of a daisy. Grid coloring is great for developing early map skills.
• Follow the directions and color the grid to make the shape of an umbrella. Grid coloring is great for developing early map skills.
• A picture of an Easter basket and wide lines to write a story or poem about the month of April.
• Print up the form and write in the details (Check out what we're doing, Help Wanted, Special Notes, Reminders) to make a great classroom newsletter.
• Print up the form and write in the details (Check out what we're doing, Help Wanted, Special Notes, Reminders) to make a great classroom newsletter.
• Color this picture of a Monarch butterfly.
• Find the difference (up to 8) and use the key to color the picture of a a flower in the rain.

• Follow the directions to make a spring daffodil.
• Follow the directions to make flower rubbings.
• Multiply by five and follow the directions to color the kites by number.
• Solve the problems and then use the answers to decode the secret spring message.
• Cut out the counters and use them with the spring math learning centers.
• Cut out the pairs of spring theme pictures and make a memory match game.
• Cut out the pictures and glue them in the correct order for the butterfly life cycle according to the text.

• Cut out the pictures and glue them in the correct place in the plant diagram according to the text.
• Cut out the pictures of butterflies and daisies to make a spring tic-tac-toe board.
• Use the Venn diagram to compare two spring pictures.
• from FLOWER to WARM
• A blackline picture of a flower to color and lines to write about it.
• A blackline picture of a flower to color and wide lines to write about it.
• A picture to color and space to write a very short story with theme words from a word bank.
• A picture of a tulip to color and lines to write a short text with words from a word bank.
• A picture of a tulip to color and wide lines to write a short story about tulips and spring.
• A picture of a tulip to color and lines to write a short story about tulips and spring.
• "Tick tock, tick tock, don't forget to change your clock!" The second Saturday in March in the U.S.
• Border paper with realistic leaves in the border, with an unlined space in the center. Great for a unit on trees, nature, etc., and in any season (color the leaves the appropriate colors).
• Border paper with realistic leaves in the border, with a lined space in the center. Great for a unit on trees, nature, etc., and in spring, summer, or fall (color the leaves the appropriate colors).
• How do you know it's spring? It is no hocus-pocus. Heather knows spring's here when she sees her first crocus.
• One page rebus story about spring with word matching activity sheet.