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  • Circle the item that does not belong in each group (refrigerator, stove, blanket, oven).
  • Circle the item that does not belong in each group (leaves, jacket, school, beach).
  • Circle the item that does not belong in each group (leaves, snow, snowman, snowflake).
  • Circle the item that does not belong in each group (storm, rain, sunny, snowflake).
  • Circle the item that does not belong in each group (pumpkin, black cat, bat, wreath).
  • Circle the item that does not belong in each group (shirt, pants, shoes, candy).
  • Circle the item that does not belong in each group (doll, pants, blocks, board game).
  • Circle the item that does not belong in each group (tennis, football, swimming, house).
  • Circle the item that does not belong in each group (rectangle, square, circle, teepee).
  • This What does not belong? ("squares and rectangles" theme) Worksheet is perfect to practice math skills. Your elementary grade students will love this What does not belong? ("squares and rectangles" theme) Worksheet. Circle the item that does not belong in each group (square, orange, soap, cards).
  • This What does not belong? ("things that are round" theme) Worksheet is perfect to practice math skills. Your elementary grade students will love this What does not belong? ("things that are round" theme) Worksheet. Circle the item that does not belong in each group (circle, ball, orange, soap).
  • Circle the item that does not belong in each group (pig, horse, chicken, car).
  • Desk, table, chair, bookshelves, chalkboard, sink, girl's bathroom, boy's bathroom. With color illustrations. Useful for labeling book cubbies/baskets. Eight labels per page.
  • Pencil,pencil sharpener,pencil box, pencil pouch,pen, paper, paper clip, paper towels. With color illustrations. Useful for labeling book cubbies/baskets. Eight labels per page.
  • Waste paper basket, graph paper, colored paper, file cabinet,CD, floppy disk, computer, mouse. With color illustrations. Useful for labeling book cubbies/baskets. Eight labels per page.
  • Chalk, crayons, watercolor paints, paints, easel, molding clay, play dough, finger-paint. With color illustrations. Useful for labeling book cubbies/baskets. Eight labels per page.
  • Legos, blocks, fishbowl, masking tape, glue, gluestick, paste. With color illustrations. Useful for labeling book cubbies/baskets. Eight labels per page.
  • Lunchbox, lunch bag, lunch tray, lunch tickets, playing cards, board games, toy shelves. With color illustrations. Useful for labeling book cubbies/baskets. Eight labels per page.
  • P.E., gym, music, science, math, reading, writing, art. With color illustrations. Useful for labeling book cubbies/baskets. Eight labels per page.
  • Math, reading, science, social studies, portfolio, homeworks, Friday folders. Useful for labeling book cubbies/baskets. Eight labels per page.
  • A one page reading comprehension selection explains some of the religious origins of Easter including Lent, Palm Sunday, and Good Friday. It is followed by 8 items to sequence, 5 true/false questions, 6 vocabulary questions, and 5 questions that require brief written responses.
  • Coats, Backpacks, Umbrellas, Jackets, Gym Shoes, Sneakers, Raincoats, Boots. With color illustrations. Useful for labeling book cubbies/baskets. Eight labels per page.
  • Circle the item that does not belong in each group (octopus, shark, rooster, fish).
  • This How Much.... ? part I - candy is perfect to practice addition skills. Your elementary grade students will love this How Much.... ? part I - candy. Combine the prices of common items to practice addition skills.
  • This How Much.... ? part II - fruit is perfect to practice addition skills. Your elementary grade students will love this How Much.... ? part II - fruit. Combine the prices of common items to practice addition skills.
  • This How Much.... ? part III - toys is perfect to practice addition skills. Your elementary grade students will love this How Much.... ? part III - toys. Combine the prices of common items to practice addition skills.
  • This How Much Change? part I - candy is perfect to practice addition and subraction skills. Your elementary grade students will love this How Much Change? part I - candy. Practice addition and subtraction skills by deducting the combined price of several items from a dollar amount. Colorful graphics help make the lessons fun.
  • This How Much Change? part II - fruit is perfect to practice addition and subraction skills. Your elementary grade students will love this How Much Change? part II - fruit. Practice addition and subtraction skills by deducting the combined price of several items from a dollar amount. Colorful graphics help make the lessons fun.
  • This How Much Change? part III - toys is perfect to practice addition and subraction skills. Your elementary grade students will love this How Much Change? part III - toys. Practice addition and subtraction skills by deducting the combined price of several items from a dollar amount. Colorful graphics help make the lessons fun.
  • This How Much.... ? part I - candy (black and white version) is perfect to practice addition skills. Your elementary grade students will love this How Much.... ? part I - candy (black and white version). Combine the prices of common items to practice addition skills.
  • This How Much.... ? part II - fruit (black and white version) is perfect to practice addition skills. Your elementary grade students will love this How Much.... ? part II - fruit (black and white version). Combine the prices of common items to practice addition skills.
  • This How Much.... ? part III - toys (black and white version) is perfect to practice addition skills. Your elementary grade students will love this How Much.... ? part III - toys (black and white version). Combine the prices of common items to practice addition skills.
  • This How Much Change? part I - candy (black and white version) is perfect to practice addition and subraction skills. Your elementary grade students will love this How Much Change? part I - candy (black and white version). Practice addition and subtraction skills by deducting the combined price of several items from a dollar amount.
  • This How Much Change? part II - fruit (black and white version) is perfect to practice addition and subraction skills. Your elementary grade students will love this How Much Change? part II - fruit (black and white version). Practice addition and subtraction skills by deducting the combined price of several items from a dollar amount.
  • This How Much Change? part III - toys (black and white version) is perfect to practice addition and subraction skills. Your elementary grade students will love this How Much Change? part III - toys (black and white version). Practice addition and subtraction skills by deducting the combined price of several items from a dollar amount.
  • Use this 'Writing Prompt: Design a Gadget (middle school)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Writing Prompt: Design a Gadget (middle school)'. Improve writing skills by focusing on the topic, audience, purpose, and form of writing. For this writing prompt, students will first use their creative skills to design gadgets using simple items in their homes.
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  • Circle the item that does not belong in each group (dog, cat, rabbit, carrot)
  • Circle the item that does not belong in each group (barn, farmer, livestock, fireman).