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• Colorful desk tags with three-ruled lines.

• A colorful flower desk tag, great for spring!

• This 6 page shapebook asks students about their favorite activities. Cut and color to create a booklet.

• Lined paper with an illustration of the sun at the top. (elementary) (20 pt. line, 1.25 spaces between lines)
• Trace and cut out this basic flower pattern for a shapebook.
• Seven colorful math mats for measurement and data practice. Compare height, width, and length. Sort by shape, size and color. Printable manipulatives are included. CC: Math: K.MD.1-3

• Color this picture of a tulip, or trace and cut out to make a student shapebook, decorate your classroom, etc.
• Eight colorful math mats and cards for practice in place value including ones, tens and hundreds. Printable manipulatives are included or you can use real items. CC: Math: 2.NBT.A.1-4, B.5-8

• Eight colorful math mats and cards for practice in addition within 100. Printable manipulatives are included or you can use real items. CC: Math: 2.OA.1-4

• Fill in the missing letters with this Spring themed worksheet. This document was created using abctools.
• "Spring is a time of new beginnings..."
• Seven colorful math mats and cards for subtracting numbers within 10. Printable manipulatives are included or you can use real items. CC: Math: 1.OA.A.1-2, B.3-4, C.5-6, D.7-8

• Seven colorful math mats for practice in geometry; name and draw attributes, partition into halves, thirds and fourths. Printable manipulatives are included. CC: Math: 2.G.A.1-3

• Seven colorful math mats and cards for adding numbers within 20. Printable manipulatives are included or you can use real items. CC: Math: 1.OA.A.1-2, B.3-4, C.5-6, D.7-8

• Seven colorful math mats for measurement and data practice. Compare sizes, measure, tell time, and collect data. Printable manipulatives are included. CC: Math: 1.MD.1-4

• These vocabulary building word strips are perfect for word walls. Created using abctools.
• Seven colorful math mats for geometry practice. Sort, trace and build shapes. Printable manipulatives are included. CC: Math: K.G.A.2-3, B.4-6

• Seven colorful math mats and cards for adding and subtracting numbers within 10. Printable manipulatives are included or you can use real items. CC: Math: K.OA.A.1-5, K.NBT.A.1

• This set includes: word lists, missing vowels, missing consonants, and alphabetical order.

• Eight colorful math mats and cards for practice in grouping numbers into tens and ones, and using place value to count, compare, add and subtract. Printable manipulatives are included or you can use real items. CC: Math: 1.NBT.A.1, B.2-3, C.4-6

• Lined writing paper with an illustration of a happy flower to color at the top.
• Seven colorful math mats for geometry practice. Draw and build shapes. Divide shapes into halves and quarters. Printable manipulatives are included. CC: Math: 1.G.A.1-3

• [member-created with abctools] From "aster" to "zinnia". These vocabulary building word strips are great for word walls. Enhances Lois Ehlert's book, "Planting a Rainbow".
• Eight colorful math mats for practice in measuring, telling time, counting coins, and displaying data in graphs. Printable manipulatives are included. CC: Math: 2.MD.1-10

• Happy Spring! Hearts and flowers.
• Print out the flowers. Give each student one flower and have them draw a picture or write something related to the word on the flower. Make stems and leaves and create a bulletin board.

• Whimsical cartoon butterfly to color.
• "Tick tock, tick tock, don't forget to change your clock!" The second Saturday in March in the U.S.
• Seven colorful math mats and cards for counting, sorting and comparing numbers to 20, and counting to 100 by 1's and 10's. Printable manipulatives are included or you can use real items. CC: Math: K.CC.A.1-3, K.CC.B.4-5, K.CC.C.6-7

• Decorate a flower for each skill achieved.
• With the words "Have a Groovy Day!", a series of colorful flowers, and a primary-lined space to write a name.
• Find the bee in a maze made of flowers.
• Circle the correctly spelled word in each group of vocabulary.
• Bucket and shovel-shaped word search created using abctools. Vocabulary includes; spring, garden, flowers, blossom, seed, etc...
• Unscramble words from spring to blossom in this fun spring worksheet. Created in abctools.
• Decorate an egg for each skill achieved.
• A picture of a tulip to color and lines to write a short story about tulips and spring.
• Find your way through the flower-shaped maze.
• This beautiful tic tac toe board has a spring theme.
• Write an acrostic poem about spring. With a picture of daffodils to color.
• This beautiful tic tac toe board has a spring theme.
• A picture of a tulip to color and wide lines to write a short story about tulips and spring.
• From "bulbs" to "violet"
• Decorate flip flops for spring and summer fun. This craft can be adapted to student ability and creativity for a quick and easy project or a complicated art.
• 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.
• A blackline picture of a flower to color and lines to write about it.
• A picture of an Easter basket and wide lines to write a story or poem about the month of April.
• Make a turtle and its environment with this simple pattern.
• Cut out the pictures of butterflies and daisies to make a spring tic-tac-toe board.
• Two tulips per page, each with tulip-themed words inside the tulip shape. Makes a cute bulletin board.
• Color the toy Easter bunny, or trace and cut out the pattern to make a great shapebook.
• Sort each group of words in alphabetical order.
• 21 words to search for in this spring-themed word search.

• "When I think of spring, I think of..." with an illustration of an umbrella-carrying daisy at the top of the page.

• [member-created with abctools] Find the plant-theme words from "bud" to "weeds" in this plant-shaped word search.
• 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.
• A blackline picture of a flower to color and wide lines to write about it.
• A picture of a tulip to color and lines to write a short text with words from a word bank.
• Print out these cards for a full-color domino game with a spring theme.
• Make a cute frog sack puppet with this handy pattern.
• Color or place a sticker on a ladybug spot for each skill achieved.
• Color or place a sticker on each section of the caterpillar for each skill completed.
• Follow the directions to make flower rubbings.
• Use this planner to help plot out character, conflict and conclusion.
• Color flashcards for the abcteach rebus story "Welcome Spring."
• Color or place a sticker on a baseball or glove for each skill achieved.
• 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).
• 1 DOWN: When it gets warm, the snow will ___.
• Multiply by five and follow the directions to color the kites by number.
• A picture to color and space to write a very short story with theme words from a word bank.
• Use the Venn diagram to compare two spring pictures.
• [member-created with abctools] Find the April shower theme words in the storm cloud.
• Make a jumping frog from a paper sack with this cute pattern.
• Make a ladybug with this simple pattern.
• A one page rebus story on Spring with word matching activity page.
• Cut out the pairs of spring theme pictures and make a memory match game.
• "When I think of spring, I think about..." with an illustration of an umbrella-holding daisy at the top of the page.

• Cut out the counters and use them with the spring math learning centers.
• Color this picture of a Monarch butterfly.
• Black and white flashcards for abcteach.com rebus story "Welcome Spring."
• [member-created with abctools] From "April" to "windy". These vocabulary building word strips are great for word walls.
• This form helps to develop scientific skills of observation and data collection... as well as to enjoy the early signs of spring.
• Make bug-shaped eyeglasses with this simple pattern.
• Color each section of the caterpillar for each fact memorized. From 6x1 to 10x10.
• This 1 page non-fiction reading selection explains the vernal equinox. This lesson is appropriate for both hemispheres. It is followed by 4 multiple choice questions and 5 questions that require brief written responses.
• Color this picture of a bunny in an Easter basket and write something on the ribbon around the basket, or trace and cut out the pattern to make a great shapebook.
• Twelve blank kites on a page. Suggested Use: Add spelling words or math problems inside the kites for seasonal fun.
• One page rebus story about spring with word matching activity sheet.
• from FLOWER to WARM
• Write a short story to go with each of the four pictures of birds in the spring.
• Count the spots on each ladybug. Match the ladybug to the flower with the corresponding number.
• Use this Venn diagram to compare spring and fall.
• [made with abctools] A 10-page flower-shaped shapebook with spring theme words, from APRIL to WARM.
• Wear your frog necklace with springtime pride!
• "Dana loves flowers." This realistic fiction story includes a lot of flower facts, including the difference between annuals and perinneals.
• Write a diamante poem about kites using this simple outline.
• This makes a great decoration or booklet cover.
• Match the game pieces to the correct numbers on the caterpillar game board to solve the math facts.
• From "bees" to "wind".
• Count the spots on each ladybug. Match the ladybug to the flower with the corresponding number.
• Solve the problems and then use the answers to decode the secret spring message.
• Match the game pieces with the correct circles on the caterpillar game board to solve the math facts.
• Flower-shaped shapebook with nine pages of writing prompts like, "The best part about spring is..."
• 1 DOWN: Small blossoms of a tree or plant.
• Wide-lined writing paper with very pretty, full-color blossoms in the surrounding border.
• Follow the directions to make a spring daffodil.
• "Jim’s Favorite Store" realistic fiction (1 page) followed by 4 multiple choice questions and 5 short written response questions.
• Guides students through writing similes using their five senses.
• Cut out the pictures and glue them in the correct place in the plant diagram according to the text.
• Solve the simple addition problems (sums to 12), mark the picture, and help the bunny get through the flower garden to the gate.
• Put the spring themed words in alphabetical order.
• Match the circle with the flowers to the section on the caterpillar with the corresponding number.
• Follow the directions and color the grid to make the shape of an umbrella. Grid coloring is great for developing early map skills.
• This pattern for making spring daisies comes with simple instructions and a variety of suggestions for use.
• Color each section of the caterpillar for each fact memorized. From 1x1 to 5x10.
• Count the flowers on each circle. Match the circle to the section on the caterpillar with the corresponding number.
• 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).
• "It was a Tuesday morning in April." A realistic fiction story about a good day at school.
• [member-created with abctools] Trace and cut out. This butterfly shapebook has prompts for students to write poems about spring.
• From "blossoms" to "windy". These vocabulary building word strips with pictures are great for word walls, sentence strips, spelling and vocabulary practice.
• Three pages of writing prompts and other activities related to writing and poetry, with a spring theme.
• Follow the directions and color the grid to make the shape of a daisy. Grid coloring is great for developing early map skills.
• Practice reading and following directions and cut and paste creativity while making a jack-o'-lantern. Pumpkin worksheet, Faces worksheet, cover page, and directions here. You will need scissors, glue, and markers/crayons.
• Cut out the events related to planting a spring garden and paste them in the correct order.
• Cut out the pictures and glue them in the correct order for the butterfly life cycle according to the text.

• How do you know it's spring? It is no hocus-pocus. Heather knows spring's here when she sees her first crocus.
• Follow the directions and color the grid to make the shape of a tulip. Grid coloring is great for developing early map skills.

• Eight pages about spring, from "baby animals" to "windy". 1/2 page each. Makes a great introductory booklet.
• A one page realistic fiction selection is followed by 5 multiple choice questions and 3 questions that require brief written responses.

• Find the difference (up to 8) and use the key to color the picture of a a flower in the rain.