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I Spy...Stories Edition

I spy... packs are a great way to get your kids reviewing and consolidating new words while having fun!

Children use a magnifying glass to find words related to the of the stories hidden in each picture. They can write them on their recording sheet.

I spy...Stories Edition pack includes 17 stories plus follow up worksheets.


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Alphabet Pack { Free Pack }

Alphabet Recognition and Practice for Little Learners

Your students are going to master alphabet recognition and get great practice with letters when you try these ABC printable worksheets. Today’s focus letter – A!

First students will have to locate pictures that start with letter A and color them. But the coloring fun doesn’t end there! Have students also practice their letter recognition skills by coloring all of the letter A.
Of course there’s more! Next your students will take another printable worksheet and cut & paste the uppercase and lowercase letters into the correct place. And while we’re keeping things hands-on, let your students grab a magnifying class and locate the A words.

It’s also important to get plenty of writing practice in our day, so there’s worksheets for that as well. (Some of them even ask for illustrations if time allow that!) If your students aren’t quite ready for writing, there are tracing options instead.
And while all that writing is important, we also need to keep the learning fun! That’s why students will crack the code by working on initial sounds of letters. Plus writing the room is another favorite activity, so you can pass out that option.

Once you’re sure your students have mastered the letter A, you can check them by having them decide if letters belong in the “A” or “Not A” pile. It’s great as an assessment or review!

And of course I’ve included cards with words that start with the letter A. You can use these for a Matching game, as sight words, for your word wall, and much more. 

If you want to see all of my letter resources for your preschool, Kindergarten, and 1st grade students – check out this link

You can save money and get the entire bundle here 

Alphabet recognition and letter practice has never been easier! Grab your print & go resources today and get started. Your students (and their families!) will thank you!

Grammar Rocks! { Free Pack }

No Prep Grammar Resources for Primary Classrooms

We all know how challenging it can be to teach grammar – particularly if you’re teaching students for whom English is not their first language. But with these no prep grammar resources, your students will be grammar pros in no time!

There are a wide variety of no prep grammar options to choose from in my TpT store, but today we’re going to focus on the verb “to be”.

Your 1st or 2nd grade students can become grammar experts while working on the verb “to be”. With your purchase you get various words to help your students with review and sorting.

These words are great for pocket charts, whole class discussion, small group work, RTI, review, literacy and ELA centers or stations, and more. The simplicity of my resources gives you options to differentiate them to best fit the needs of your students.

The fact that you get black & white options AND color versions means you can save on ink or create colorful centers to laminate and reuse from one year to the next. 

After discussion and mastering the cards, your students will complete the three printable worksheets. These have students created “super sentences” and also work on sentence completion. It’s a great way to begin using their new “to be” grammar skills in a real-life, applicable way. (And there are different options to print – so choose which ones best fit your student or classroom needs.)

The best part about this particular resource? It’s totally FREE! You can grab it by clicking here

To get even more out of your grammar instruction, you can grab these FREE grammar posters 

 and these FREE grammar parts of speech word wall cards  

And let’s not forget about the classic “Write the Room” activity. Here’s a FREE download where you can give this grammar write the room a try.

There you have it – no prep grammar resources and freebies to make this your best year of teaching literacy yet. Grab them today, and make sure to grab your FREE downloads as well.

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