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Make learning at home fun with this list of k-2 learning at home resources! Great for working on early elementary concepts at home!

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Blending cards help early elementary students by prompting them to pay attention to each sound in the word. Many of blending cards now have images to go with them. The images can be used for phonemic awareness or word sorts and are the perfect size for most pocket charts! What is included with the Blending Cards? All of the blending cards include prompts to read the words in three different ways: Segment the sounds each letter or group of letters makeBlend the sounds together using the swooped linesRead the word by tracking with the arrow The cues on each card

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Some math concepts are harder for kids to learn than others. That’s certainly true for greater than and less than symbols! If you're teaching early elementary students greater than and less than math, you need this fun alligator themed activity. It's a great resource to add to your 1st grade math lesson plans.

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Practice math skills at home or in the classroom with a simple deck of playing cards and this FREE Bingo Board & quick Game Guide resource! Perfect for early elementary students! Right now many teachers and families are learning how to cope with this new normal of working from home, distance learning, and so much more. SO use these FREE Math playing cards game guides with your child today! Learn math skills and number sense with fun and engaging math games.

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Teaching your students how to have productive, respectful conversations using accountable talk is a total game-changer when it comes to discussions in the classroom. Using this helps students have more meaningful conversations! What is Accountable Talk? To keep it simple, accountable talk is when students are actively engaged in conversations through listening, responding, agreeing, and ... Read more

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