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  • A sample calendar and questions to help students understand how to read a calendar. Ex. "How many days in this month, in total?"
  • Hear, read, spell and place in order the seasons and months of the year. Interactive .notebook file for Smart Board or Notebook viewer.
  • Track reading at home with this monthly chart. Includes a "note to parents" to send home if the chart is not turned in on time.
  • A sample calendar and questions designed to help students understand a calendar. Ex. "How many Mondays in this month?"
  • A bulletin board set for Black History Month, includes straight border, set of six portraits, alphabet letters and directions and suggestions.
  • An early reader comprehension text about heart health, with a cupid's heart to color and three short response questions with primary writing lines. (2 pages)
  • An introduction to heart health in a simple reading text. Three multiple choice questions on the same page.
  • Ecouter, lire, écrire et classer les mois et les saisions. Interactive .notebook file for Smart Board or Notebook viewer. Hear, read, spell and place in order the seasons and months of the year.
  • A one-page biography of artist Jean-Michel Basquiat with a page of multiple choice and a page of short answer questions, plus a writing prompt.

  • February is Children's Dental Health month, but any time of year is appropriate for this unit, which includes a reading comprehension, and several science experiments perfectly designed to get children interested in the health of these "visible bones".
  • Four "heart" bookmarks (fiction, non-fiction, literature, libraries); these cute bookmarks look as if they were written on lined notebook paper.
  • Four "heart" bookmarks (fiction, non-fiction, literature, libraries); these cute bookmarks look as if they were written on lined notebook paper.
  • A bookworm in sunglasses relaxing on some books.
  • Use this 'List of Caldecott Winners, 1938-2019' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'List of Caldecott Winners, 1938-2019'. Updated: Handy reference list of recent Caldecott winners.

  • A game for the whole class to play that reinforces reading and vocabulary skills. "I have Christmas, who has December?" Laminate for a fun game to re-use every December!

  • A game for the whole class to play that reinforces reading and vocabulary skills. "I have winter, who has a snowflake?" Laminate for a fun game to re-use every winter!

  • A game for the whole class to play that reinforces reading and vocabulary skills. "I have a valentine card, who has a mailbox?" Laminate for a fun game to re-use every February! A great activity for Valentine parties.

  • A one-page biography of Stevie Wonder with a page of multiple choice and a page of short answer questions, plus a writing prompt.

  • A two-page biography of Maya Angelou with a page of multiple choice and a page of short answer questions, plus two writing prompts.

  • A game for the whole class to play that reinforces reading and vocabulary skills. "I have a bird's nest, who has a butterfly?" Laminate for a fun game to re-use every Spring!

  • A game for the whole class to play that reinforces reading and vocabulary skills. "I have a swimming pool, who has a picnic?" Laminate for a fun game to re-use every summer!

  • This easy word search is perfect for the younger student. Easy to read and easy to find the answers. March Theme.
  • Although it only functioned for 18 months, the Pony Express is a near-legendary part of American history. Learn more about an early mail delivery service with this mini-unit.
  • A sample calendar and questions designed to help students understand a calendar. Ex. "What day of the week is the 7th?"
  • A one-page biography of Ben Carson with a page of multiple choice and a page of short answer questions, plus a writing prompt.

  • Practice spelling with these fun Christmas-themed puzzles. Draw a path from one picture to the other by spelling the word for the top picture. Use each letter only once, and only use letters that touch. Word List: wreath, stocking, reindeer, santa, ornament, lights, cookie, elves, candle, and jingle bell. Laminate to make reusable puzzles.

  • Practice spelling with these fun winter-themed puzzles. Draw a path from one picture to the other by spelling the word for the top picture. Use each letter only once, and only use letters that touch. Word List: snowman, snowflake, shovel, sled, firewood, marshmallow, scarf, mittens. Laminate to make reusable puzzles.

  • Practice spelling with these fun valentine-themed puzzles. Draw a path from one picture to the other by spelling the word for the top picture. Use each letter only once, and only use letters that touch. Word List: candy, roses, valentine, cupid, arrow, kissing, heart, friends, flowers, balloon. Laminate to make reusable puzzles.

  • Practice spelling with these fun St. Patrick's Day-themed puzzles. Draw a path from one picture to the other by spelling the word for the top picture. Use each letter only once, and only use letters that touch. Word List: shamrock, leprechaun, rainbow, Ireland, pot-of-gold, green, gold coin, and lucky. Laminate to make reuseable puzzles.

  • Practice spelling with these fun Spring-themed puzzles. Draw a path from one picture to the other by spelling the word for the top picture. Use each letter only once, and only use letters that touch. Word List: butterfly, daffodil, robin, kite, umbrella, rainbow, tulip, duckling, bee, and daisy. Laminate to make reusable puzzles.

  • Practice spelling with these fun Springtime in the Barnyard puzzles. Draw a path from one picture to the other by spelling the word for the top picture. Use each letter only once, and only use letters that touch. Word List: foal, chick, calf, piglet, lamb, duckling, kid, kitten, puppy, gosling. Laminate to make reusable puzzles.

  • Practice spelling with these fun Beach-themed puzzles. Draw a path from one picture to the other by spelling the word for the top picture. Use each letter only once, and only use letters that touch. Word List: beach, seashells, sunglasses, sandcastle, beachball, volleyball, surfboard, sea turtle, starfish, crab. Laminate to make reusable puzzles.

  • Practice spelling with these fun Summer-themed puzzles. Draw a path from one picture to the other by spelling the word for the top picture. Use each letter only once, and only use letters that touch. Word List: hotdog, baseball, ice cream, bubbles, lemonade, hiking, sun, fireworks, hiking, swimming. Laminate to make reusable puzzles.

  • A 1 page realistic fiction piece about unpredictable March weather is followed by 6 multiple choice questions and 3 questions that require short written responses.
  • A realistic fiction article, "Independence Day" is followed by 5 multiple choice questions, 6 questions requiring short written response, and a writing prompt.
  • "In which month did the Wilsons use the most electricity?" Read the graph to determine the answers to the questions about the Wilsons' electrical usage.
  • Use this 'Comprehension: Heart Health (elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Comprehension: Heart Health (elem)'. A one page discussion of ways to keep hearts healthy, with multiple choice and short answer questions, plus a crossword puzzle and a word search.
  • Six pages of school-themed illustrations with math facts to solve and color by number. Two pages each of addition facts and subtraction facts. One page each of double facts and double plus one facts. All numbers are under 20.

  • Match word parts to make Christmas vocabulary words with these cute ornaments. These black and white outline puzzles are a great Christmas-themed activity for students to color, cut, match, paste, and write.

  • Match word parts to make Christmas vocabulary words with these cute ornaments. These full color puzzles are ready to be cut and laminated for a fun, reusable, Christmas-themed activity.