Below are some teaching materials that have been used at the elementary level. Most resources were created for 2nd-4th, but some can be adjusted for primary grades as well.
For the past 10 years I have taught at the elementary level and ESOL as well. Currently I’m a stay-at-home mom and would love to support teachers at any level. If you have any suggestions, I would be happy to create something for you or your teammates. I’m fully aware of the limited time teachers have to plan and create; email me to let me know how I can help! Please subscribe below to see future products and sales.
FREEBIE-Introduction to Rounding -FREE
Grab your freebie for introduction to rounding and practice slides. Rhyme is included to help students remember the process!
Reading State Test Prep Game $5.00 PDF
Fun way to review before the test. In this test prep game, slides review topics such as main idea, context clues, prefix/suffix, setting, cause/effect, and an inference "Million Dollar Question". Suggested for 2nd-4th graders. (PDF version)
Reading State Test Prep Game $5.00 (PPT-editable)
This version is in powerpoint and is editable. If for some reason you purchase this game in this version and it doesn't convert correctly, just email me and I'd be happy to send you the PDF version. I offered this version for teachers who want to add, edit, or adjust for their grade level as needed.
Reading Test Prep Round 2 (PDF) $5.00
This version is not editable and round 2 test prep game. Slides include the following topics: fact/opinion, compare/contrast, inferencing, author's purpose, character traits, and main idea (new title of the passage) Suggested for 2nd-4th graders.
Reading Test Prep Round 2 (PPT) $5.00
This version is not editable and round 2 of this test prep game. Slides include the following topics: fact/opinion, compare/contrast, inferencing, author's purpose, character traits, and main idea (new title of the passage) Suggested for 2nd-4th graders.This version is editable and can be adjusted for primary.
This is a fun powerpoint to include in the last few weeks of school. Completing this math banner usually took 2 math classes to complete. Concepts include measurement, fractions, parallel/perpendicular, and shapes. Materials needed: pencil, crayons/markers, ruler, an 11x18 piece of construction paper. Students really enjoy this activity and gets them excited about their summer. The numbers (fractions) could even be edited for 2nd grade students.