Students will complete the task cards on syllables.  The task cards can be used to review syllables.  Place the cards in your literacy stations so students can work on them individually.  There are 52 cards plus a cover card and a direction card.  Some of the words are:  apple, doll, alligator, flower, television, box, butterfly, chipmunk, umbrella, clown, newspaper, garden, shark, penguin, zebra, and penguin.

Students will complete the task cards on syllables. The task cards can be used to review syllables. Place the cards in your literacy stations so students can work on them individually. There are 52 cards plus a cover card and a direction card. Some of the words are: apple, doll, alligator, flower, television, box, butterfly, chipmunk, umbrella, clown, newspaper, garden, shark, penguin, zebra, and penguin.

Students will complete the task cards on "MATTER."  The task cards can be used as a review.  Place the task cards in your math/science stations so students can work on them independently.  There are 45 cards, plus a cover and direction card.An answer key is provided.

Students will complete the task cards on "MATTER." The task cards can be used as a review. Place the task cards in your math/science stations so students can work on them independently. There are 45 cards, plus a cover and direction card.An answer key is provided.

Students will complete the task cards on 3-Digit Addition With Regrouping. The task cards can be used as a review to see if students understand the skill. Students will write their answers on the form included or students can write their answers in their math station journal.

Students will complete the task cards on 3-Digit Addition With Regrouping. The task cards can be used as a review to see if students understand the skill. Students will write their answers on the form included or students can write their answers in their math station journal.

Students will complete the task cards on syllables.  The task cards can be used to review syllables.  Place the cards in your literacy stations so ...

Students will complete the task cards on syllables. The task cards can be used to review syllables. Place the cards in your literacy stations so ...

Students will complete the task cards on CVC pictures by writing the word for each picture.  The task cards can be used as a review.  Place the cards in your literacy stations so students can work independently.  There are 25 task cards, plus a cover and direction card.

Students will complete the task cards on CVC pictures by writing the word for each picture. The task cards can be used as a review. Place the cards in your literacy stations so students can work independently. There are 25 task cards, plus a cover and direction card.

Students will put the colored apples in order from least to greatest or greatest to least.  Each group consists of four apples of the same solid or striped colored apples.  There are ten groups of the solid colored apples and ten groups of the striped colored apples.

Students will put the colored apples in order from least to greatest or greatest to least. Each group consists of four apples of the same solid or striped colored apples. There are ten groups of the solid colored apples and ten groups of the striped colored apples.

Place Value to 1200  There are 20 sets consisting of 1 scarecrow and 4 pumpkins.  The standard form of place value is written on the scarecrow.  Students will match the pumpkins to the scarecrow consisting of expanded form, written form, and base ten blocks.

Place Value to 1200 There are 20 sets consisting of 1 scarecrow and 4 pumpkins. The standard form of place value is written on the scarecrow. Students will match the pumpkins to the scarecrow consisting of expanded form, written form, and base ten blocks.

This activity is comparing numbers greater than, less than, and equal to with the numbers anywhere from 120 to 1200.  Students will view each card and place the correct apple on the card.  I use my activity cards in my math stations.  I clip them together and the students use the student answer sheet to place the correct answer.

This activity is comparing numbers greater than, less than, and equal to with the numbers anywhere from 120 to 1200. Students will view each card and place the correct apple on the card. I use my activity cards in my math stations. I clip them together and the students use the student answer sheet to place the correct answer.

"Flying Bats" Antonyms is a cute bat activity.  After printing the bats you have to cut the wings off the middle part of the bat.  Students will then match the antonyms on the two wings and attach them to the middle part of the bat.  This activity can be used as whole group or you can place in your literacy stations so students can work independently.

"Flying Bats" Antonyms is a cute bat activity. After printing the bats you have to cut the wings off the middle part of the bat. Students will then match the antonyms on the two wings and attach them to the middle part of the bat. This activity can be used as whole group or you can place in your literacy stations so students can work independently.

Place Value to 120  There are 24 sets consisting of 1 scarecrow and 4 pumpkins for each scarecrow.  The standard form of place value is written on the scarecrow.  Students will match the pumpkins to the scarecrow consisting of expanded form, written form, and base ten blocks.

Place Value to 120 There are 24 sets consisting of 1 scarecrow and 4 pumpkins for each scarecrow. The standard form of place value is written on the scarecrow. Students will match the pumpkins to the scarecrow consisting of expanded form, written form, and base ten blocks.

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