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Use these colorful cards for classroom scavenger hunts, flash cards, math games, or task cards.
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.
This page has 6 colorful cards that can be cut apart and used as flash cards or task cards.
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.
Create your own origami fortune teller toys (aka cootie catchers) with this template.
Make your own letter mix activity with this worksheet. Fill in letters in each box and then have students cut them out and make as many words as they can. Then they can write them on the primary-ruled lines.
1st and 2nd Grades
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)
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