This page has templates for flashcards, build-a-sentence worksheets, friendly letter pages, and more.
These cards can be used as flashcards, task cards, or foldables for student notebooks. Each card has a gray border and a dotted line for cutting.
Design your own build-a-sentence learning centers. This version is for 4-word sentences.
Create your own build-a-sentence activities. This version was designed for 5-word sentences.
(aka Cootie Catchers)
Create your own origami fortune teller toys (aka cootie catchers) with this template.
Here's a different version of the fortune teller foldable craft.
For this activity, the teacher writes a new clue each day Monday through Friday. Students guess the mystery object. (example: a computer)
This game is similar to the file above, but is titled, "What are we?" Use this version when your answer is plural. (example: grapes)
Can your students guess the mystery person of the week? The teacher writes 5 clues to help students identify a mystery person. (example: Thomas Edison)
This activity is similar to the version above, except it is designed for more than one mystery person. (example: the Wright Brothers)
The teacher writes clues to help students identify a mystery number.