July 29, 2018
July 25, 2018
Free Back to School Lessons By The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative - 2018
Enjoy these 30+ free lessons to help you start the new school right by members of The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative:
* FREEBIE Beginning of the Year Bulletin Board/Ice Breaker Activity
* CVC Matching Practice Free Samples
* Superhero Back to School Night/Open House/ Meet the Teacher
* ESL NEWCOMER PACK Unit 1 the First Week! Freebie
* In Autumn Coloring
* Beverly Tyner Sight Word Progress Monitoring
* Apple Theme Wall Letter Posters
* Short Vowel Word Puzzles - Cut and Practice
* Free Back to School Alphabet Chart
* Sight Word Checklists - Editable
* Check My Writing
* FREE! Same and Different: Sort and Classify Dogs
* Back to School Who Am I? Selfie Sketches! - Share Aloud or in a Class Book
* Feelings and Emotions Free Sampler
* Subtraction Fun Facts 0-10: Dog House to Bones
* Informational Text Response - For Any Text - (Reading-Writing)
* Digital Citizen Pledge
* Dear Teacher - A Beginning of the Year Activity Freebie
* First Grade Back to School Warm-up Freebie Sampler Pack
* Tropical Writing Process Clip Chart
* 3rd Grade Math Spiral Review for Morning Work or Homework FREE SAMPLE!
* Free Goal Setting
* Free Back-to-School Writing Activity (Using Concrete Imagery) -
* Back to School - Meet UR Neighbor Foldable Dice - Ready to Play
* Back to School All About Me Bulletin Board Project to Build Classroom Culture
* FREE Back to School Math Review
* Why We Can’t Divide by Zero - A FREE Math Resource
* Science Classmate Scavenger Hunt Activity
* A Look at Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
* AAC Core Vocabulary Roll a Phrase or Sentence
* Hundreds of Free Lessons By The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing
Wishing you the very best in the new school year,
July 13, 2018
Get your students fluent with number counting and identifying numerals and written words with this fun freebie. Click here to download.
Here are 3 pages of numeral and word number cards zero to eleven. There are black and colored pages for your games or word wall and an outline coloring page for your center activities or to send home. You can use these cards as a word wall, memory or concentration game, game cards, review or as a center activity.
I just posted it as a freebie on my Teachers Pay Teachers store.
Please rate this product after you download it! thanks,
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July 2, 2018
Summer is here!
Are you looking for a way to connect with students and their parents over the summer? Mailing off a list of summer activities that promote literacy and math during the vacation months might be what you are looking for. Many times parents ask us for ideas of things they can do at home with their children during the summer, but lose the list as summer sets in. Mailing them a checklist of summer activities connects you with them.
Here is a list of great weekly activities parents can choose from:
· Library Time! Go to the public library once a week
· Old and Young! Visit a senior center once a week and read someone there a book.
· Estimate It! Keep an estimation jar and have your kids guess the amount once a week! Make sure they count the beans, rocks, etc. to verify their estimation.
· Clean Up Day. Choose a local park to visit weekly. Pick up any trash you find and then have a picnic!
· Journal Time. Once a week have your child write in a summer journal. Orally review the week together and then give your child time to write about the events of the past week.
· Wrap It Up! At the beginning of the summer pick out 8 to 10 books that your child wants to read. Wrap them up in gift-wrap and once a week let your child chose the book he/she will read for that week.
· Game Day! Reserve one day a week for game day. Gather together several games and let your children choose which game they want to play. Young children can build math skills by playing go fish or concentration with a simple deck of cards.
· Research It! Catch bugs and research them with you kids! Great fun and builds investigation skills in your children.
· Put on a Play! Once a week read a play with your children. Dress up and act it out. This is a great way to continue literacy during the summer.
· Local Museum. Call your local museum and ask when they offer free hours. In the summer many museums offer free hours and days.
· Lemonade Stand! Teach your child about money and responsibility by having a lemonade stand once a week during specific hours. Shopping, counting change, and determining profit are all great Math skills for your child!
· Keep in Touch! Let your kid write a family newsletter once a week. This is a great way to learn about summarizing as they describe the weeks activities. Kids can type up the newsletter, add photos and send them out to all the grandparents.
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