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Leap Year Coloring Page Leap Year happens once every four years so we have created this exclusive Hoppy Leap Year coloring page just in time for February 29. Click on the image above to view and print the Leap Year Coloring Page full size OR download the Leap Year Activity as a PDF file. Frogs make the perfect character as a base for all Leap Year activities or party... [Read more of this article] Beauty and the Beast Coloring Pages and Printable Activities

Donna Young's Homeschool Resources and Printables *Riddles and Brain Teasers* It is great to have an assortment of riddles, word or number problems, and brain teasers on hand that you can give to the class. You can use these during snack time to keep everyone quietly seated, during small breaks during the day, and even at the end of the day to wind down. You can also write some on the board (more difficult ones) at the beginning of the day, and let the students know that they can think about them throughout the day, and the first to come up with the correct answer will get a prize. *Pictionary*

100s of Preschool and Kindergarten Worksheets for Printing and Projection on Interactive Whiteboards or Computer Uses "Jazzles utilizes a multi-sensory approach, emphasizing visual, auditory and kinetic activities and Jazzles is consistent with the latest brain research on learning. It takes the traditional activities of early childhood education and integrates them with 21st century literacy benchmarks and classroom technology advances - particularly interactive whiteboards." James J.

Free printable kindergarten worksheets to help prepare your child for first grade. Welcome to This page includes kindergarten worksheets related to reading, phonics, vocabulary, and letters of the alphabet. Our kindergarten worksheets are intended to enhance your child's skills and introduce new concepts in a fun, stress-free manner. Printable worksheets are great for classroom or home use and you may print as many as you like. Flashcard Rating: 4.0/5 (11 votes cast) List of Common Verb walk, run, play, sleep, read, write, jump, ride, talk, cry, laugh, climb, cook, wait, watch TV, dance, fight , fly drink, eat, listen, open, close, throw away, turn on, turn off, sing

100 Day Activities  Apples  Bake Emergent Reader for We're Going on Bear Hunt Print the emergent reader. Cut the pages apart. Have the children color the pages. Multiplication Paddocks to Teach Arrays in Mathematics Summary: This is a small activity that you can use with your students to get them to understand arrays. They play against a partner to try and take control of the largest amount of the whole paddock. Also has links to fractions, decimals and percentages. Popular Multiplication & Division Printables, Grades 3, 4, & 5 Poptropica Teaching GuidesPoptropica is one of the Internet's most popular sites for kids—and now it's available as an app for the iPad! It's not just a place to play games; each of the islands featured on the site provides a learning opportunity. Check out our teaching guides to four of Poptropica's islands: 24 Carrot Island, Time Tangled Island, Mystery Train Island, and Mythology Island. May Calendar of Events May is full of holidays and events that you can incorporate into your standard curriculum.

Reading Comprehension for Dyslexic Students - The Silent Snowman - Kathy Hutto Description: Dyslexic students struggle with reading. In my experience, the IEP usually involves modifying by verbally reading the material to the child. This can be time consuming for the teacher and embarrassing for the student. This resource includes a specialized font.

Raki's Rad Resources: Educational Connect 4 Games I LOVE to play board games at home, but I also enjoying using them in my classroom. In addition to encouraging cooperation, turn taking and a variety of other social skills, I find I can often use the games to work on math and literacy skills. So, every Friday, I am going to post a Friday Game Night post, giving tips on how to use a particular board game in your classroom. **** It’s been WAY too long since I got to a Game Night post. I’m so sorry guys – between the move and Ramadan, I’ve been asleep too early most Friday nights to get these posts written.