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  • Upper and lowercase ZB- Style Manuscript A-Z alphabet; numbers 0-9
  • pictures of spiders from the National Geographic Society
  • pictures of spiders from the National Geographic Society
  • Each night observe the moon and draw a picture of what you see.
  • Use this chart to list the similarities and differences between any two candidates.

  • This Chart One Hundred Chart - Fill In the Blanks (version 2) is perfect to practice counting skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Chart One Hundred Chart - Fill In the Blanks (version 2). Chart of the numbers 1-100 with empty squares to fill in. Blank Hundreds Chart partially filled.
  • Colorful chart illustrating how a thunderstorm functions.
  • This Chart Roman Numerals is perfect to practice roman and arabic numerals skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Chart Roman Numerals. Printable Roman and Arabic Numerals chart.
  • This activity asks students to label the parts of a dolphin.
  • This chart includes upper and lower case letters on three-ruled lined paper.
  • A-Z; manuscript and cursive letters side by side. This helpful chart helps student recognize letters as they transition from manuscript to cursive letters.
  • Illustrated with a President's Day theme, this homeschool task chart lists tasks in four categories: Morning, School Day, Afternoon/Evening, Other. Design includes a daily check-off grid for each category.
  • Illustrated with U.S. flag, the Liberty Bell and the Statue of Liberty, this homeschool task chart lists tasks in four categories: Morning, School Day, Afternoon/Evening, Other. Design includes a daily check-off grid for each category.
  • A one page reference sheet for primary students with illustrations for each letter of the alphabet. Print either the color or black and white version.
  • This Canadian Coins - Chart Math is perfect to practice Canadian money skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Canadian Coins - Chart Math. A chart of coin illustrations with names and values of Canadian coins from (nickel to toonie).
  • Use this form to list characters in fiction and write a description of one.
  • Practice reading charts and tables with this great exercise. Includes: Animal Graph, Read Data/Make a Graph, Comparing Animal Features, Data/Graph:Plants.
  • Handwriting Practice Worksheet (upper and lowercase letters; numbers 0-9) or practice writing by tracing the dotted letters.
  • Dotted manuscript letters to trace; upper and lower case. No pictures. Letters Aa-Zz with arrows.
  • cursive chart - upper and lowercase, and numbers 0-9
  • Cursive chart with arrows for direction - upper and lower case.
  • This Chart Weather (elementary) is perfect to practice graphing skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Chart Weather (elementary). Chart for students to record the weather. Includes cute graphics to use with the chart.
  • Use this chart to record your summer reading.
  • Chart of a-z
  • pictures of spiders from the National Geographic Society
  • This form helps to develop scientific skills of observation and data collection... as well as to enjoy the early signs of spring.
  • This Chart One Hundred Fill In Chart - 100th Day Activity (primary) is perfect to practice counting skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Chart One Hundred Fill In Chart - 100th Day Activity (primary). Chart of the numbers 1-100, with blank squares to be filled in. Use with 100th day of school activities and to teach counting.
  • This Chart One Hundred (Fill In) (version 3) is perfect to practice counting skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Chart One Hundred (Fill In) (version 3). Chart of the numbers 1-100, incomplete, to be filled in (third version).
  • This Chart Hundred Chart- Counting to 100 (Numbers are filled-in) is perfect to practice addition and subtraction skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Chart Hundred Chart- Counting to 100 (Numbers are filled-in). Completed chart of the numbers 1-100 in a 10x10 grid. Use on the 100th day of school or when teaching counting to 100, addition and subtraction.
  • This Chart Touchdowns (primary/elem) is perfect to practice graphing skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Chart Touchdowns (primary/elem). "Which player made the most touchdowns?" Use the chart to answer the five questions.
  • Use the chart to find the populations of some of Egypt's major cities.
  • Use these colorful weather symbols for picture graphs and calendars.
  • Fill in the missing capital or country to complete this introductory chart to the countries of the European Union.
  • February is Children's Dental Health Month. Use these charts to help students track their toothbrushing habits.
  • This How Do You Go Home from School? Graph is perfect to practice graphing skills. Your elementary grade students will love this How Do You Go Home from School? Graph. Helps with understanding charts, and serves as a useful teacher reference tool.
  • Use four of the five senses to explore the community, tracking what can be seen, heard, smelled, and felt throughout a neighborhood on this handy chart.
  • This How Do You Go Home from School? (Chart 2) Graph is perfect to practice graphing skills. Your elementary grade students will love this How Do You Go Home from School? (Chart 2) Graph. Printable graph with a school theme.
  • This Coming/Going to School Classroom Picture Graph is perfect to practice graphing skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Coming/Going to School Classroom Picture Graph. Use these picture patterns to make a classroom picture graph. Each student colors a picture that represents them and adds it to the classroom graph.
  • Practice chart with arrows for direction - upper and lower case