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JEDI CHARACTER POSTER for your Star Wars Classroom

This fun poster set will encourage your students to be Jedi with a purpose!You will print the poster pieces on legal-sized cardstock and cut them out as directed.Put it all together (with double-stick tape) and you have an awesome addition to your classroom decor.lightsaber header (26″ x 3″) and poster (19 1/2″ x 14″)

Half-off through tomorrow!

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KinderClips MORE, LESS or the SAME 0-10 Cards

Just posted a new resource to help you develop your students’ number sense!These KinderClip MORE, LESS or the SAME Cards will develop your kinders basic number sense with counting, cardinality, one-to-one correspondence, and number identification. On each of the 32 KinderClip MORE, LESS or the SAME Cards students will count/identify the number in each square… Continue Reading

Letter Sorts for Your Interactive Notebook {Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Recognition}

I’ve posted a compilation of all of the Letter Sorting Activities from My First A to Z Interactive Notebook. These are great for teaching letter recognition, uppercase and lowercase pairs and beginning letter sounds. Each sheet contains all you need to practice one set of letters. And every activity is tailored to that letter’s beginning… Continue Reading

SCRIPTURE I STUDY from A to Z {Interactive Notebook Edition}

Are you thinking about sending your kindergartner to a summer camp for their character development? Why not spend a few minutes each day teaching them foundational scripture instead? We’ve transformed our Scriptures I Study from A to Z Booklet into Interactive Notebook, activity-packed FUN! The activities included in this pack will help your children visualize… Continue Reading

ONE-TO-ONE CORRESPONDENCE with Classroom Tools

When it comes to teaching our youngest students numbers we often focus on counting. Counting involves memorizing the number words in the proper order (one, two, three, four, five…). Many young children easily memorize the number words in their proper order, but often do not understand the concept of one-to-one correspondence. ONE-TO-ONE CORRESPONDENCE is being… Continue Reading

American Government and Civics Tests

Our oldest two children just completed Sonlight’s 18-week American Government and Civics (Level 420). This course is designed for your high school students to read the texts and respond to daily questions, but there is no assessment of mastery included in the course work. So, I added one :). You can get it here. There… Continue Reading

Totally Techie Trigraphs (SCR, SHR, THR)

A little digital something for your Second graders–TOTALLY TECHIE TRIGRAPHS! These are perfect for your Google Classroom, or homeschool. The files in this set will run on any computer that has access to Google Slides or PowerPoint. Three activities are included in this set: In this first activity your students will sort SCR- and SHR-;… Continue Reading