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Addition - Roll the dice and add the numbers 
EASY 
- Roll the dice and add the total!


HARD - Roll the dice and add the total!



Basic probability worksheet I used to introduce my kids to chance.

















English

This is my personal Spelling Program that I use.
Consult Spelling Journal below for BLM activities.




This is a copy of my personal spelling journal that I use in class.
Includes Sight words, Rainbow words and Snake words.




Describe Characters

Simply print and laminate these then using a whiteboard marker, describe the characters in partners. 



Questioning
Students write questions for each character. Must use a question mark!



Jack and The Beanstalk
Make your own class story book!

Students each are given a section from the story and have to draw corresponding pictures to match. 

Written cloze for students - both easy and hard included.


Science 

This is a Science Experiment worksheet. 
One box is for a diagram and the other for a photo. 
Students put shaving cream on the top of a glass of water then poured food dye over the shaving cream to see what happened. 

This is a Weather booklet for students. This booklet focuses on weather symbols and their meaning along with students needing to select appropriate clothes to wear according to the weather. 







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16 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for posting these! These are great!

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  2. I love the domino math. Am going to use it on Monday! Thank you.

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  3. Thanks for the freebies! My son is having a hard time with addition, and loves the dice worksheet! We take it to restaurants, doctors offices etc. in a page protector, dry erase marker and the dice! Found you on pinterest btw. :)

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  4. I will be using the Roll Them and Add Them activity tomorrow for my kindergarten class. Great idea. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Jessie,
    I really like your Mental Math Subtraction Flash Cards. Thank you for making them and sharing! You made the addition ones up to 10+10 but your subtraction ones only go as far as 10-10. By any chance did you make them up to 20-10? If so, I would love to receive them. If you're not interested in making them, could I use your template to make them? Thank you!

    krich@rsu14.org

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  6. enjoying the great ideas and activities!

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  7. Love your ideas. These will be helpful next fall.

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  8. thanks for the great ideas and pintable's!

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  9. Thanks so much for sharing!! You are the best!!

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  10. Printing some number flashcards out right now to help teach Japanese students. Thanks for putting this up and saving me some time :)

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  11. My daughter starts Grade 1 this year and she has been freaking out about her maths so thanks to your printable we will be using the addition and subtraction every night, thank you very much.

















































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