Ready to introduce fractions to your class? Then you’ll need lots of practice identifying the parts of a fraction (numerator and denominator). Well,then consider this freebie! This page asks students to shade in the numerator of the collection. Simple, I know, but it’s a building block in the process of being able to illustrate a complete fraction. Enjoy!
Check out my new Christmas/holiday number sequences worksheet for pre-K or kindergarten. The kids should write in the missing number from the sequence. No need for an answer key; all you need to do is count! And as always, it’s FREE! Merry Christmas!
Here’s the last of my prepositions worksheets for this winter. Here’s the third grammar practice page focusing on prepositions. I used these for my ESL students. Click here for the free printable PDF: Snowman Prepositions 3 PDF
I may decide to use Squarehead Snowman in future worksheets. Any thoughts?
I’ve decided I need to do more to help my ESL students. So decided to start with something simpler like prepositions. I made a total of 3 worksheets that help kids work on prepositions, and here’s the first.
Another break away from school means kids have a lot to tell you and their friends! Help them share their fun news with this free Winter Break report printable. It’s a quick, easy way to capture memories of their holidays while doing some writing! Win-win!
What do you do to add some fun to your classroom after the holidays are over? It’s to early to bring Valentines into the picture, so what now? I say continue to use winter themed stuff. Because we can! Here’s my “picture fractions” worksheet for winter. Basically, it teaches kids to focus on what they have (numerator) compared to the whole collection (denominator). Hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas!
Winter provides an opportunity to see the world in a completely different way than the rest of the year. Help children capture the wonder of winter with winter-themed art projects! Here are some of my favorites:
Snowflake Art Trading Cards: Uses watercolor and salt (source).
Owls in the Night: Uses tempera paint and cardboard (source).
Winter Tree Silhouette: Uses masking tape and watercolor paint (source).