Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Mini Workbooks for Math and a Freebie from Each One

I have a variety of Mini-Workbooks to try that support some math standards. Each Mini Workbook has a FREEBIE included so you can see what the worksheets look like. All Mini Workbook Worksheets are a half sheet displaying a math standard. 
Collect and assemble all the FREE examples from each pack to create a mini, mini-workbook. 

 Mini workbook using 2 digit addition and subtraction
 Mini Workbook 2-Digit Addition/Subtraction using word problems has 40 half sheets. Each sheet includes 2 word problem questions or 1 page for students to write their own word problem. Below is a FREE example of using 2-digit addition and subtraction word problems. 
 Free 2 Digit Word Problem Mini Workbook

 Simple Addition and Subtraction Word Problems using Single Digits
Here is a more simple version of Addition and Subtraction Word Problems. This pack would be perfect for 1st graders or for beginning students who are just learning math word problems. This pack includes 40 half-sheets all about word problems for single digit. Click the example page below to download a FREE example worksheet from this pack. 

 Mini Workbook for Simple Addition and Subtraction Word Problems

The next set of Mini-Workbooks are all about Place Value. Each pack includes 40 half sheets working on place value standards. Choose the Mini-Workbook right for your students: 2-Digit, 3-Digit, or 4 Digit. Each FREEBIE is below the cover page. Just click the worksheet that best fits your students or grab them all!

 Mini Workbook using 2 Digit Numbers Place Value using 3 Digit Numbers Mini Workbook Place Value using 4 digit numbers
 Free 2 Digit Mini Workbook using Place Value            Free Mini Workbook using 3 Digit Place Value            Free Mini Workbook using 4 Digit Place Value

 Mini Workbook using Time and Elapsed Time
Mini-Workbook using Time and Elapsed Time has 32 half sheets. Each half sheet displays a clock and students need to answer 4 questions about the time on the clock. These are perfect for 3-5th grade classrooms or for those needing more practice with elapsed time.   Free Mini Workbook Time and Time Elapse Trial

Hopefully there is a skill here that your students need more reinforcing and practicing. These mini-workbooks can be used for morning work, classwork, centers, free time, early finishers, or for exit tickets! 

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Sunday, August 7, 2016

FREE Word Family Lists using CVC Words

 Free CVC Word Lists
I have a fun FREEBIE for K-1 classrooms. These Free CVC Word Family Lists include 31 little pages to assemble into a book or to be placed on a ring. Students will be able to practice reading CVC words and learning to rhyme! Just click the picture to download this freebie!

 CVC Rhyming Worksheets
Need more rhyming practice? This pack has 36 worksheets to help students practice rhyming and reading CVC words. This pack uses only CVC words with a mix of vowel sounds to help beginning readers.

 CVC Rhyming Strips
CVC Rhyming Strips are great for small group time or reading centers. These strips are fun to hold and use as students read a list of words to find the word that rhymes with the picture. These rhyming strips will be a great addition to your rhyming unit for beginning readers.

Here are more resources using CVC Words for the classroom. These are a perfect addition to your CVC unit! They are engaging for students and easy for teachers to implement to use at reading centers. These task cards will surely have your students mastering CVC words! 
 CVC Picture Cards  CVC Sentences for Reading Comprehension CVC Word Strips
This CVC Worksheets pack includes 30 worksheets for 
beginning, middle, and end sounds. 
All worksheets use CVC words using a mixture of vowels. 
 CVC Worksheets for beginning, middle, and end sounds
I hope the FREE CVC Rhyming Word List Booklet helps your young readers get off to a great start!

Happy Reading and Rhyming!!
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 Classroom resources using phonics by Teachers Take Out
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Monday, July 18, 2016

Free ABC Order Strips

 Free ABC Order Strips
Free ABC Order Strips! These ABC Order Strips can be used for a variety of resources in the classroom. Laminate and cut into strips. Place strips in a cup for students to grab when they need them. The strips will help students put words in ABC order. Use the ABC Strips for small group time or as part of your lesson. They make great bookmarks too! Also included are black and white copies! 

 ABC Order to the 3rd Letter
These strips are also included in the ABC order packs for 2nd and 3rd letter. These packs will help students practice ABC order. Each pack includes Task Cards, Centers, and Worksheets.
 ABC Order to the 2nd Letter

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Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Interesting Tidbits

 free interesting tidbit
I have a fun activity to do on Meet the Teacher Night or on the 1st Day of School. Have students fill out an "Interesting Tidbits" sheet about themselves. They write one thing or tidbit that others might not know about them. For example some students might write, "I have 5 dogs.", "I have 4 brothers and sisters.", or "My dad is in the army."   Nothing personal should be shared. Collect all the sheets and read them on the First Day of School. The students have to guess who the interesting tidbit belongs to. This is a fun way to get to know students in the classroom. Then I bind all of them together and make a classbook. The book is placed in our classroom library to be read over and over.

This activity was beneficial in many ways. One way was it got students to do an activity while I was busy at Meet the Teacher Night by meeting with parents and other students. The second way was for me to assess my student's writing skills before getting to know them yet. I could tell what kind of writer each student was, if they could write a complete sentence, and/or who was having trouble with their writing. All of this was great knowledge of my students before meeting them.

Just click the picture above to download this freebie.

Have a great first week!
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Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Write About It Freebie

 Write About It Freebie
I have a fun and engaging writing activity for 1st-3rd graders! This FREE worksheet has students using their imagination about the monster. They answer who, what, when, where, and why questions about the picture. Then they use the information in their answers to write about the monster.

Use the example provided in the freebie to spark some interest and get students excited to write their own version of the monster and his crazy adventures.

Just click the picture above to download this FREE worksheet!

 Write About It using who what when where why
If you want more worksheets to Write About It, this pack has 60 pages of pictures for students to use their imagination. These are great fillers for homework, busy work, or as part of your writing lesson. These are perfect for paragraph writing!

Click the picture on the left to purchase 60 pages of Write About It worksheets.

Have fun writing!
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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

The Pledge of Allegiance Activity and Freebie

I have a fun activity to do with the American flag and the Pledge of Allegiance. Students use tear art to make the flag and then write the words of the pledge on the white spaces of the flag. 

Here are the materials you need to make this Tear Art Flag Craftivity:
·        1 12x18 white construction paper
·        ½ sheet of 12x18 red construction paper
·        ¼ piece of blue construction paper
·        Some extra white paper to make the stars
·        Glue

Have students tear 7 long strips of red construction paper and glue to the 12x18 white construction paper. Make sure there is a red strip at the top and a red strip at the bottom of the flag. Glue the blue construction paper square in the top right corner of the flag and tear 50 tiny pieces of white paper and glue on the blue paper to represent the stars. (Tearing 50 tiny pieces of white paper was the hardest part of this activity.)

Then have student write in PENCIL the words of the Pledge of Allegiance on the white stripes of the flag. Then they can go over their pencil marks in black marker. These are really cute hung in the hallways and in classrooms. 

 Pledge or allegiance freebie
Use this FREE guide to give to students to make it easy to copy the words onto the tear art flag. Just click the picture to the left to download this freebie. 

This is a fun and easy educational activity to do anytime or during any patriotic holiday!

The United States rocks!
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Need more patriotic ideas? 
Try this PowerPoint Presentation with some fun facts about all 44 American Presidents!
This presentation is perfect for any classroom.
 PowerPoint Presentation of American Presidents

Need some fun ideas to learn the states and capitals?
Try this pack loaded with games and practice sheets:
 States and Capital Activities

Try this Pinterest Board already full of American Holiday Freebies!
 All American Freebies

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Thursday, May 5, 2016

Free Super Multiplication and Division Worksheets

 super multiplication and division worksheets
Need some multiplication and division worksheets? I have a SUPER fun pack all about multiplication and division facts 1-10. Each pack includes 50 pages for a grand total of 100 WORKSHEETS. This Super Hero theme is used throughout which makes the worksheets engaging and fun. There is plenty of variety and practice to supplement your homework, use for seat or busy work, or to use as part of your lesson. This super pack is loaded with engaging puzzles to practice facts.

 Free multiplication and division worksheets
Here is a FREE PREVIEW of what the multiplication AND division worksheets look like. Feel free to download them and use them in your classroom. Try them out and see if you like them. Click the picture to the left to download four FREE worksheets.

 multiplication worksheets
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Super Multiplication Worksheets:

 division worksheets
Here is the Division Pack. The picture links you over to Teachers Pay Teachers which is a great store to find some really nice resources that teachers use in their classroom. The link below directs you to my store right here on Teacher's Take Out and offers you a discounted price.
Super Division Worksheets:

Have a SUPER fun time practicing multiplication and division facts,
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