This book emphasizes the high frequency words I and am.  Includes some pictures above more challenging words.

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Help students understand how other cultures celebrate their holidays with this book.

Each page is about a different holiday and includes a song.  Holidays included are Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, Christmas, and New Year's Eve.

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This simple book report allows children to reflect on what they read.

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Help students feel confident reading and writing common words with these worksheets!

Words include a, am, and, at, big, but, can, color words (black, blue, brown, green, purple, red, white, yellow), do, go, have, here, in, is, it, like, little, look, my, not, number words (one, two, three), see, where, the, to, up, we, what, you, and more.

Download the cover page and use any or all of these pages to create a helpful book for your students!

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A great follow up to Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? (by Bill Martin Jr. / Eric Carle), or any lesson reviewing shapes or color words.

Shapes and colors used are orange square, purple circle, green triangle, brown rectangle, blue diamond, red heart, and yellow star.

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Check your students' understanding of opposites with these handy cut and glue review worksheets.

Opposites included are hot and cold, tall and short, in front and in back, big and little, in and out, over and under, and wet and dry.

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Students draw Frosty on each page according to the directional words given.

Directional words include between, in the middle, beside, over, on, below, and in.

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This book is a great way to review color words with children.
Colors included are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown, and black.

Book provides words only.  Children draw and color the appropriate balloon on each page.

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This book explains what happens before, during, and after a little chick is born using an incubator. 

Published in Science

This cute little book has no words!  The child tells the story of how a little chick hatches from the egg using his/her own words.

To make, children must color pictures, cut out egg-shaped pages, and place in the correct order before stapling.

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