Editable Sight Word Trash

Editable Sight Word Trash

Editable sight word games are my jam because they make it *so* easy to differentiate. I can print one version of a game for my struggling readers and a completely different version of the same game for my highest readers. From far away, they might look identical, but...

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Phonics 4 in a Row

Phonics 4 in a Row

Whether you're working on simple CVC words, digraphs, blends or R-influenced words, these playful Phonics 4 in a Row games are a must-play. Kids love them so much that they actually ASK to play again! Snag your set below and then hop over and snag our 26 more work...

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Free Teacher Planner

Free Teacher Planner

I'm a planner. I love color coding our family calendar, booking airplane tickets six months in advance, and getting our holiday shopping done early... just in case. So it's probably no surprise that I loved every single second of designing this free teacher planner...

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Editable Word Work Activities

Editable Word Work Activities

Activities for ages 5 to 8. These 26 word work activities work with any words under the sun: sight words, phonics, spelling lists, word families, themed words... the sky's the limit! And, as a huge bonus, the mega pack of word work activities requires almost no prep....

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45 Motivating Magic E Centers

45 Motivating Magic E Centers

Activities for ages 6 to 8. Ready to tackle those tricky CVCe words?! These magic E centers are so much fun that kids will actually ASK to repeat them. And to make it easy for you to differentiate, the bundle includes centers focusing on just one long vowel at a time...

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Pre-K Distance Learning Checklists

Pre-K Distance Learning Checklists

If your Pre-K is moving to distance learning because of the coronavirus, this pack is for you! Rather than scrambling to pull together just-right activities for your students each week, I’m excited to give you a simple solution: a pack of 10 Pre-K distance learning...

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20 Fun Reading Comprehension Questions for Kids

20 Fun Reading Comprehension Questions for Kids

Activity for ages 3 to 8. There are few things better than settling in with your students to read a good book. The miraculous way it calms kids down after recess... Their smiles and laughter... The "one more, pleeeeease." It's pure magic. And while kids are locked...

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Editable Homeschool Schedule

Editable Homeschool Schedule

I had to run to the store for a few supplies yesterday and as I drove home, I realized how much better I felt. There wasn't anything special about the outing - in fact, three months ago I probably wouldn't have given it a second thought - but these days I seem...

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School at Home

School at Home

At 2 o'clock yesterday, our governor announced that he was closing schools until April 24th. That's six WEEKS away. 😮 I've heard from so many of you who are in the same boat. As your classroom doors shut unexpectedly, you need an easy way to keep your kids...

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Alphabet Stamping Sheet

Alphabet Stamping Sheet

Activity for ages 3 to 5. The title of this ABC game really says it all! These easy prep alphabet stamping sheets are a fun and simple way to practice letter recognition or stretch kids to pair upper and lowercase combinations. Grab your copy below and then hop over...

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