# SCHOOL- Games for Kids

## Collection by Carrie Fairchild

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It's only the second day of school and I'm wiped out! Currently, I'm procrastinating on grading phonemic awareness assessments, DIBELS and math samples. My little guys have a HUGE range of abilities this year. Looks like I'll be teaching the alphabet and numbers to one group, and long vowels and double-digit addition/subtraction to another group. And my last little genius boy will be learning social stories for reading time because he's 5 years old and read 175 words per minute already!!! So…

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Anchor Charts: Student notebook entries: Today's Number: This was a Pinterest find. We adapted it to fit our third grade needs. :) Students work on Today's Number whenever they finish work at a station early. They do this in the back of their math notebook. When introducing Today's Number, we modeled how we wanted the students to write the answer to each Today's Number in their math notebook. We thought it would be helpful to glue in a word form sheet so students could refer to it for #1…

I know Kacey is taking a break from her Five for Friday linky, but I thought I would share my favorite five anyway. This was a noisy, crazy, exciting week! We still have TWO DAYS next week to go. Yes. we. do. Here are some of my favorites from this week. I made a Holiday Homework packet with lots of fun activities for December for the children to do at home. I sent home one or two a week, and the families really enjoyed doing them together. Here are the activities that we did this week: I…

Building number sense in first grade can seem daunting but with the right number sense activities and lessons, it can be a lot of fun! In th...

Hello Everyone! Thanks for stopping by for a peek into the wonderfilled world of first grade! I want to share some highlights of our Camping Theme. We had so much fun studying the animals you would find while camping, researching through Pebble Go, reading poetry, writing poetry, reading books, both fiction and nonfiction, writing our own nonfiction pieces, celebrating reading with camping day, and doing firefly science experiments. We got to show it all off at our annual Open House! Enjoy…

Here is a really simple puzzle that I made to get kids reading and rhyming with basic CVC words! This puzzle is easy to ma...

Well, here it is. The final Schedulin Sunday of the school year. It’s crazy to thing that we are thisssss close to the end of the school year. YOWZA! So, there are no lesson plans for the …

Amazing Dry Erase "Floating Ink Experiment"- Make your drawings float with this fascinating science activity! #sponsored #EXPOTeacherWin - Happy Hooligans

practice sight words AND graphing.... thinking could be used for spelling or vocabulary!

Help kindergarten kids practice reading short vowel words with this word family sort busy bag!

Alphabet games fill our days. This fun Runaway Letter game helps kids identify the letters of the alphabet, learn letter sounds in a kinesthetic activity.

You know when you get carried away blog hopping and then don't remember where you found something? That's what happened with this one. ...

Pretty Tissue Paper Sight Word Craft. Great literacy and fine motor activity in one.

I'm a homeschooling mom of two boys. One of them has been working on word families, which is the first step to reading after they know their letter...

Get moving with this kinetic sight words game. Your child will be learning new words like getting out all that extra energy. It's a win-win!