11 pages. A fun way for your students to practice a variety of skills. Includes a dice game, using pattern blocks, for September through May.

10 pages. Is your child ready for kindergarten? Use this checklist to help answer parent's questions during round up, make your own decisions or choose between a Young Five or Kindergarten program.
12 pages. Have your students tweet about some newsworthy thing happening in their life. Includes 2 "craftivity" headers,the stationery for their news, a friendship tweet, + a certificate of praise.

9 pages. These are activities to go with the Dr. Seuss book, My Many Colored Days. Students can each do a page, work in groups, or have students work on their booklet one page a day, tracing, writing and illustrating their page.

8 pages. This easy reader reinforces color and number words. Students trace and write the words, circle the number in the sequence and then color the egg the appropriate color. As with all of the "Count and Color" booklets the number 10 has an interes
15 pages. Venn diagrams are a fun way to introduce or review the concept of compare and contrast.

5 pages. Glyphs are wonderful ways to whole group assess listening and following directions, students enjoy making them, and they create a lovely bulletin board or hallway decoration.

2 pages. A bookmark, writing prompt, counting activity & Easter greeting for someone special, all rolled into one quick and easy center!
15 pages. 2 Class books made from March writing prompts. These make a great addition to your writing center or Daily 5 activities. Students write if they think March will go out like a lion or lamb. Includes a graphing extension and craftivity. The othe

7 pages. Plug in these 4 nursery rhymes with your March sheep-themed activities and cover this important reading genre. Includes: Baa Baa Black Sheep, Mary Had A Little Lamp, Little Bo Peep, Little Boy Blue + a nursery rhyme bookmark.

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