Christmas Sight Word Fluency Flip Books

Christmas Sight Word Fluency Flip Books are available in both color and black and white. To download some free pages from this packet, click here. Included in the packet are 9 Christmas themed flip books. Each booklet focuses on a different sight word and Christmas Theme. Santa: “Santa HAS a…”Family together: “We like TO…”Christmas Items: “I see ONE…”Stocking Fillers: “A … is in MY stocking”Elf actions: “The elf CAN…”Food from around the world: “Do you EAT…?”Present colors: “The present IS…”Christmas tree decorations: “THE tree has…”Giving: “I can GIVE a…” I have included a recording sheet for each booklet. Children trace the sight word on each page, then write four sentences from their flip books. These booklets are such a great way to keep learning fun through the festive season! If you would like to purchase the complete packet, click here or on the image... read more

December Writing Picture Prompts

This book contains a collection of picture writing prompts for the month of December. The simple, open-ended picture prompts are ideal for beginning and struggling writers in Kindergarten, Grade 1and Grade 2. To download some free sample pages from this packet, click here. Each page includes a blank Word List. This list can be completed during a brainstorming session with all the children or children can copy the words they wish to use from a word wall. For the “color by code” pages, children select the color the wish to use for each symbol. Trace the picture pages decorated Christmas treeChristmas stocking (children can draw something inside)gingerbread manreindeerpresent (children can draw something inside) Color by shape pages Christmas stockingreindeer headtwo presentself headsleigh filled with presents Dot to Dot / Connect the dots pages gingerbread manSanta headpresentChristmas tree (children can add decorations)round ornament (children can design their own) Illustrated Prompts Santa reading Nice listSanta delivering presents in sleigh, eating cookieSanta dropping present down chimneyreindeer taking Santa’s hat from himelf carrying talk stack of presentstaking newly bought Christmas tree home on top of the carfamily opening presents on Christmas morninggirl putting out milk and cookieschildren singing Christmas carolsgingerbread man running Happy Teaching 🙂 To purchase this packet, click here or on the image... read more

Christmas Sentence Scramble with Cut and Paste Worksheets

The Christmas Sentence Scramble packet contains a collection of Christmas themed sentence building printables and follow up worksheets intended for use with children in Kindergarten (Prep) and Grade 1. The focus is on different Christmas traditions and includes additional religious pages at the end of the unit. To download some free sample pages, click here. There are a couple of ways in which the contents of this unit can be used to target the different learning levels of students: 1. Sentence Scramble Center: Print the word/picture cards and laminate them for durability. Cut along the dotted lines to separate them. Each one is numbered to show the ones that belong together in a sentence. The aim is for children to arrange the cards to build a sentence, and then complete the corresponding cut and paste sheet from the first set of worksheets. 2. Cut and Paste Word Work: This activity is an easier alternative for children who cannot yet build sentences independently; they use the sentence on each page as a guide to order the words correctly. Using the word/picture cards for this activity is optional. Sentence included in this unit: I see pretty bells.I can put on the star.We like to decorate cookies.We open gifts at Christmas.The tree is on our car.Dad put lights on our house.Mom (Mum) will read me a story.Kim can post the letter.Sam and Jill pull the cracker.My family likes to eat ham.This is my Christmas pinata.We sing carols at night.We go to church at ChristmasAre there toys in my stocking?The elves can make toys.Santa’s reindeer pull the sleigh.Is Santa at the North Pole?There are toys in Santa’s sack.Jesus is in the manger.Wise Men went to see Jesus.Shepherds went to see Jesus.Mary and Joseph are with Jesus. To download the complete packet, click here or on the image below. Happy Teaching... read more

Christmas Sight Word Picture Scramble Puzzles

This packet is such a fun and engaging way for your kiddos to practice spelling sight words and Christmas themed words. To download some free sample pages, click here. There is a booklet with 6 Christmas words for kiddos to spell. If you don’t want to use the booklet, there is a paper saving 2-page activity alternative. Also included are 30 sight word picture scramble pages. Children simply cut out the picture-letter strips from the bottom of the page, then to order them correctly to spell the focus word. Happy Teaching 🙂 If you would like to purchase the complete packet, click here or on the image... read more

December Math Word Problems

The December Math Word Problems packet is best suited for children in first and second grades, but they can also be used with children in kindergarten. Included are 96 addition and subtraction word problems designed as a cut and paste activity. These word problems are easy to read and they vary in difficulty, making this an easy packet to differentiate. To download some sample pages, click here or on the image below. Addition and subtraction problems included: Joining word problems: Result Unknown (cards 1-4) and Change Unknown (cards 9-12)Separating word problems: Result Unknown (cards 5-8) and Change Unknown (cards 13-16)Comparing word problems: Difference Unknown (cards 17-20) and Quantity Unknown (cards 21-24) The themes included in this packet are: colored ornaments on the Christmas tree, baked gingerbread cookies, presents in Santa’s sack and stockings by the fireplace. Each problem includes a ten frame, number line and counting cubes to help children solve the problem. However, use of all or some of these are optional. Happy Teaching 🙂 If you would like to purchase this packet, click here or on the image... read more

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