Common Core Identifier: / Grade: K
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49 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Ten oral questions for students to determine if they are ready for books. Includes identifying characters with pictures, identifying the front cover, and left-to-right reading skills.
This is an uplifting poem about the "everyday heroes" who help out in your community.
Students will have fun studying words with the long I sound by reading from this pig-shaped word slider. There are 5 different word strips to use with this slider.
Students can trace and say the words with the x sound. They can also color the pictures.
With this set of daily word problems, students will practice adding and multiplying fractions and mixed numbers, interpreting a chart, and performing operations with decimals.
This phonics worksheet involves coloring to distinguish words with a short-U vowel sound from the other words.
This worksheet has number lines to help students solve the subtraction facts.
This set of daily word problems includes a tape diagram, multiplying fractions, measurement conversions, and more!
This worksheet asks readers how many pieces of each type of fruit the caterpillar ate in the book The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Students will also color in the correct number of items for each question.
Some of the vocabulary words for chapters 6-10 include: authority, scattered, forbidding, phony, vandalism, abruptly, clattered, and more. Print and cut out the cards to review.
Students can practice basic subtraction with this printable puzzle activity.
Answer seven questions related to skip counting by 10s.
Use all three of these word strips with this robot-themed word slider which features words with a long-O sound.
Have your students trace and say the words with the y sound. They can also color in the pictures.
Trace and say the words that start with the b sound. You can color the pictures too.
With these worksheets, your class can solve an elapsed time problem using a number line, divide a trapezoid into equal parts, name fractional points on a number line, make a bar graph, and identify right angles.
Cut apart the stars along the dotted lines into 30 pieces. Spread out the pieces on a table and combine matching problems and numbers to make stars.
With these daily worksheets, students can practice their grammar and proofreading skills. The sentences include mistakes such as common misspellings (ex. your and you're), punctuation, and subject-verb agreement.
Print and cut out these vocabulary cards to review the words from chapters 11-15, including: fellow, masterminded, ruckus, disruption, royalty, remarkable, recovery, and more.
Have your students figure out which subtraction problems are being shown on each of the number lines.
This printable phonics activity is a fun way for students to differentiate words that have a short-I sound by marking or coloring them.
These printable number line worksheets make provide a visual aid to help students identify the subtrahend in each subtraction fact.
After plotting and connecting the listed points, students find they have drawn a firetruck!
Skip count by 10s to help the astronaut find the star.
Cut out the truck-shaped word slider to practice reading words with a long U sound.
Trace and say the words that start with the letter z. Then you can color the pictures too!
Trace and say the words that start with the v sound. Then color the pictures.
This short article highlights the achievements of Susan La Flesche Picotte, the first Native American woman to earn a medical degree.
Fill in the grid, counting by 2s. Answer the questions on the bottom of the page to practice skip counting by 2s.
These worksheets reinforce ELA skills by having students correct grammatical errors in sentences.
By correcting the mistakes in these sentences, students are practicing their proofreading and editing skills. Errors include spelling, punctuation, and capitalization.
Challenge your students to find all of the words on this worksheet that have a short-O sound. Once found, color in the circle with a crayon, marker, or bingo dabber.
Students will "count back" on the number lines to find the missing subtrahend in each subtraction fact.
Add the dots on the dominoes. Write each sum.
Each worksheet contains a daily word problem which reinforces key math skills. This set requires students to perform operations with decimals and fractions.
Each of the six vocabulary words for chapters 1 through 5 have a corresponding definition card so students can use the cards to review.
This week's daily word problems require skills related to addition, subtraction, telling time, and more!
Use this worksheet to practice tracing and saying words that start with the w sound. You can color the pictures too.
Each student use the template to write a haiku about their favorite animal. Thread the poems together with yarn and hang them in the classroom.
Print and cut out the pirate ship-themed word slider to practice words with a long-A sound. There are 3 word strips full of words to practice with.
Cut the letters and arrange them to make the word violin.
Students find and define these words from the book.
Find the noun in each sentence and determine whether it is singular or plural.
Cut out the letters in the words EASTER BUNNY. Rearrange them on the table to make as many new words as possible. This version includes a more advanced scoring guide for older students.
Write a fact family for each array shown.
Capitalize months and days. Place commas in the correct places.
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Solve these 3-digit numbers by 1-digit problems. Includes 10 vertical problems and 2 word problems.
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