Lana Jones

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FREE 10 Kindergarten Writing Prompts with 2 option (A total of 20FREE Pages). With sentence starters and without sentence starters for advance writers. This pack is great for beginning writers or struggling writers in kindergarten and in first grade to build confidence in writing.

FREE 10 Kindergarten Writing Prompts with 2 option (A total of Pages). With sentence starters and without sentence starters for advance writers. This pack is great for beginning writers or struggling writers in kindergarten and in first grade to bu

Science Unit on Weather: Tracking weather weekly.

I would have the students record the weather for a week and then graph their data. This will teach them how to measure and record as well as see the patterns for their location and current season.

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Daily word problems

Word Problems Unit: 72 colored and black and white problem cards. perfect for common core practice. can be used in math centers and math journals. kindergarten, first and second grade

FREEBIE********** Australian Curriculum- Mental maths Strategy - Counting on - Think big count small - Year 1 ACMNA015 Represent & solve simple addition & subtraction problems using a range of strategies including counting on, partitioning & rearranging parts

FREEBIE********** Australian Curriculum- Mental maths Strategy - Counting on - Think big count small - Year 1 Represent & solve simple addition & subtraction problems using a range of strategies including counting on, partitioning & rearranging parts

I am a BIG proponent of having guest readers in our classroom for several reasons. First of all, it's one way to bridge the gap between home and school. Parents, grandparents, and even older siblings were always welcomed to be a guest reader and their student was always OVER THE MOON when they had a family member show up in the classroom to read. This is a great program for all elementary grades, from preschool through fifth!

I am a BIG proponent of having guest readers in our classroom for several reasons. First of all, it's one way to bridge the gap between home and school. Parents, grandparents, and even older siblings were always welcomed to be a guest reader and their student was always OVER THE MOON when they had a family member show up in the classroom to read. This is a great program for all elementary grades, from preschool through fifth!