Elapsed time made easier with my What's the TIME-O Bingo!Students will practice telling time skills with this fun elapsed time game! This set includes 8 different What's the TIME-O game cards, What's the TIME-O clue cards, and large slides for easy display on a SmartBoard or Promethean Board.
FREE Elapsed Time Worksheet! Students use a real world concept, movie theater times, in order to explore concepts of elapsed time. In this activity, students read the sample movie times and answer questions about beginning and ending times.
A time interactive notebook that contains 12 differentiated activities for students in grades 2 and 3 including telling time to the hour, half hour, quarter hour, 5 minute, elapsed time and word problems!
Telling Time - We Still Need The Practice - Mrs. Allen of Flip Floppin' Through Third Grade shares how her students used Laura Candler's Telling Time / Elapsed Time Combo to practice these skills with several fun games. $
Funky Penguins Addition Facts - Color Your Answers Printables for Winter Addition, perfect for winter time in your classroom. Time to mix up the colors so the students can't predict the answers. FIVE No Prep Printables that can be used for your math center, small group, RTI pull out, seat work or homework. #TpT #FernSmithsClassroomIdeas
Sight Word Sentences Add and Read for Spring. These games serve 3 purposes: 1) Students can practice sight word recognition. 2) During the game, students will have to read several sentences more than once, which increases fluency. AND 3) They can practice addition at the same time! $
Field Day Word Search Freebie! This word search is a great way to keep your students busy at their seats until it is time to get field day festivities started at your school. This search will keep them engaged while you are taking attendance, tallying your lunch count, etc. It will also get them energized and excited about the fun day ahead.
Geometry Flip-Flap Resource Booklet- Freebie!! - This is a fun resource for your students to use as a resource when studying geometric figures and quadrilaterals. There are twelve flaps with different geometric vocabulary, attributes, and examples of each shape. Easy to cut (only rectangles) and easy to assemble (only two staples) and you have a fun reference booklet for your students!
These forms are excellent tools to help monitor and track student IEP annual goals and short-term objectives. Simply type in or write the students' goal and short-term objectives on the form and then use the form to track and monitor student IEP goals. There is a space for documenting the date, type of assessment, score on the assessment, and goal analysis. Great resource and time-saver!