Building on the foundational language skills of your students can help them to not only improve their understanding of features of print but to also more comprehensively express themselves. Use this collection explore the features of print teaching materials with your elementary school students. Also provided are teaching resource packs, cloze activities, PowerPoints, educational posters and task cards to help extend your student's.
Lost the lesson-planning stress this Easter season with an exciting no-prep digital Easter Literacy and Math center.
Help your students distinguish between pictures, letters, words, and sentences with this sorting activity.
Identify characters, setting, and parts of a story with kindergarten reading worksheets featuring the Humpty Dumpty nursery rhyme.
Familiarize your students with a variety of consonant digraphs with these hands-on word puzzles.
Use this Google Slides Interactive activity to practice retelling stories.
Engage young readers in texts and learn about setting with an instructional slide deck featuring the Little Miss Muffet rhyme.
Practice identifying the tricky parts in high-frequency words with this practice work mat and accompanying tricky word cards.
Learn about the animals under the ocean’s surface with a printable ocean theme mini book.
Reinforce capitalization for proper nouns, the pronoun ‘I,’ and the beginning of sentences in text with this set of task cards.
Engage your students and inspire them to read and learn about dinosaurs with a printable Dinosaur book for 2nd grade.
Engage young readers in texts and learn about characters with an instructional slide deck featuring the Humpty Dumpty rhyme.
Bring a bit of creepy into the classroom this Halloween with a printable leveled reader about spiders!
Read and retell the story within the Humpty Dumpty tale with a set of retelling pocket chart cards.
Introduce young readers to nonfiction text with a printable book about farms.
Demonstrate learning about the parts of a story with a printable set of Jack be Nimble Story Element worksheets.
Practice reading words with OW using this set of word cards.
Learn about creepy crawly insects with a printable book for preschoolers, kindergartners, and first-graders.
Label the pictures to improve the vocabulary skills of your ESL learners with a vocabulary center.
Differentiate writing instruction in primary grades with a group of leveled Halloween writing prompts about bats.
Read and retell the story found within the nursery rhyme Hickory Dickory Dock with a set of retell pocket chart cards.
Differentiate writing instruction in primary grades with a group of leveled informational writing prompts about spiders
Learn about ocean life with a printable book for preschoolers, kindergartners, and first-graders.
Add hands-on literacy activites to your reading centers to help students identify, write, and learning the sound of letter K.
Identify characters, setting, and parts of a story with kindergarten reading worksheets featuring the “Hey, Diddle, Diddle” nursery rhyme.
Match sets of antonyms and build vocabulary with a fun antonym matching game.
Display this set of 26 ASL alphabet posters with cursive and print letters to help your students with letter formation and handwriting.
Engage and excite your learners with a Google Interactive designed to teach the most common abbreviations in the English language.
Bring Tom Turkey and animal studies into your Thanksgiving lesson plans with a turkey labeling worksheet.
Use a Google Interactive activity to aid beginning readers in recognizing print features and concepts of print.
Read and retell the story within the tale of Little Miss Muffet with a set of retelling pocket chart cards.
Engage young readers in texts and learn about setting with an instructional slide deck featuring the Hey Diddle Diddle rhyme.
Edit and correct capitalization, punctuation, spelling, and spacing errors with a set of Thanksgiving Fix the Sentence worksheets.