Math Review Skills for 1st Grade – Winter / Snowman Themed

 

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This WINTER – Snowman – Themed 1st grade Math packet has been designed to use for reinforcement of skills, in math centers, for seat work or to give as homework. Perfect for January or any winter month!

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Skills covered in this packet:
2 digit and 3 digit addition with sums up to 20, 30
Addition of Doubles
Addition of 10’s
Subtraction
Even & Odd
Number words to 19
Comparisons: Greater than / Less than
Comparisons: Tallest/Shortest, Smallest/Largest
Completion of number sentences
Fact Families
Number Patterns
Skip Counting
Before and After

Ordinal Numbers
Graphing – Reading a Graph / Creating Graphs
Telling Time
Reading a Thermometer
Counting Money: Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, Quarters (Less than $1.00)
Fractions: Comparing and Recognizing

Can also be used for advanced Kindergarten or remedial 2nd grade.

HOW TO GET THIS RESOURCE…

If you are a CHSH-Teach.com Download Club subscriber, you may download this unit here!

Non-Download Club subscribers, you may purchase this resource here on TPT!

January (Winter) Math unit – (No Prep) Multiple Skills for 2nd and 3rd Grades

 

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This NO PREP packet for January has a lot of FUN and engaging activities to keep kids learning during the cold month of January! You do not need to laminate, prep or use any color ink! These activities are perfect for morning work, math centers, homework folders and more!

Includes:
2 digit addition (worksheets for ‘no carry’ and ‘carry’)
2 digit addition word problems
2 digit subtraction (worksheets for ‘no borrow’ and ‘borrowing’)
Mixed addition/subtraction word problems (some worksheets designed in ‘test prep’ format)
Find the missing addend and subtrahend worksheets
3 digit addition (worksheets for ‘no carry’ and ‘carry’)
Even/Odd identification
Roman numerals (I, V, X, L) – identification, conversion, addition
Critical Thinking skill worksheets
Order of Operations
Place Value: Building 3 and 4 digit numbers / Expanding numbers
Skip Counting by 50, 100, 250
Rounding to the nearest 10 and nearest 100
Telling time: nearest hour, half hour, 5 minutes and minutes
Counting coins
Fractions: identifying, comparing and naming
Equivalent Fractions
Multiplication: Writing equations
Multiplication: 1-12
Multiplication word problems
Division word problems
Measurement: Reading a ruler
Geometry: Shape identification (cone, cube, pyramid, sphere, pentagon, rectangular prism
Geometry: Vertices, faces, sides, edges
Geometry: Finding the perimeter

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HOW TO GET THIS RESOURCE…

If you are a CHSH-Teach.com Download Club subscriber, you may download this unit here!

Non-Download Club subscribers, you may purchase this resource here on TPT!

Snow Themed / Winter Unit for Firsties! (NO PREP)

When it is cold out and you want a FUN, NO PREP – Snow themed – unit to provide hours of learning for your firsties, this is it!

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See what’s inside:

Language Arts Skills include reading comprehension, sentence sequencing, handwriting / copy work, snow vocabulary work, phonics (“sn” words), rhyming, poetry, punctuation (period, question mark or exclamation mark), complete sentence identification, noun or verb

Math Skills: Symmetry, single digit addition and subtraction, even vs odd, number words, graphing, size comparison, telling time, counting money, greater than / less than

Science: Learning about how snow forms and the five different types of crystals formed at various temperatures.

Fine Motor Skills: Handwriting, Tracing, Drawing, Cutting and Pasting

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HOW TO GET THIS RESOURCE…

If you are a CHSH-Teach.com Download Club subscriber, you may download this unit here!

Non-Download Club subscribers, you may purchase this resource here on TPT!

When Autism Speaks, Never Stop Dreaming

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Tomorrow, my son is graduating from college. I’m very proud of him and all of his accomplishments and will be cheering him on as he accepts his diploma. However, he isn’t the only young man I’ll be cheering on tomorrow. You see, one of my son’s best friends will also be walking across the stage to accept his own diploma. A friend with autism.

I’ll call him Ted (not his real name). When I saw Ted for the first time, I could tell something was a little different about him. He was performing on stage in a band in which my son was also a musician. Ted looked different. A little disheveled, it was almost as if he were all alone, playing the bass guitar and losing himself in the music.

Later that year, I heard my son begin to talk about Ted and how some people and at least one adult leader at the university were not begin fair to Ted. I guess you could say Ted was being singled out as being different.

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Ted didn’t make it known that he was on the autism spectrum. Why should he? He was a college student like everyone else and he was determined to get his diploma and tomorrow, he will!

College hasn’t been easy for Ted. Social interactions were tough. Friends (good friends) have been few. However, through sheer determination, Ted will walk across that stage tomorrow and accept his diploma!

Why am I sharing this with you? It is because I want to share a story of hope.

Not every child with autism will be able to go to college and achieve what Ted has achieved. However, if you have a son or daughter that has been diagnosed somewhere on the spectrum, don’t ever stop dreaming. They may just achieve more than you can ever imagine.

Keys to Successful Teaching: Creating a Positive Learning Environment – Part 3

 

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There are two KEYS that I have discovered to being a successful teacher.  Thus far in this series, I’ve covered the first 2 steps needed in the first key….

     The First Key to Successful Teaching: Create a positive learning environment.
             (Part 1) The first step: Become a purposeful role-model.
             (Part 2) The second step: Have High Expectations  

In this article, I will outline the third and final step of creating a positive learning environment: Manage Instructional Time  Instructional Time...

Just so there are no misunderstandings, for the purpose of this article, instructional time is anytime during the day that a teacher is participating (actively or passively) in student learning. Whether you are presenting a lesson or observing as students work on assignments, this is instructional time because you are in charge of managing the time students are learning.

There are only so many hours of each day for instructional time, so you must maximize (i.e. manage well) the time you have. So how do you do this?

  • Be Prepared.
    • Create good lesson plans that detail exactly what will be covered in each subject and what materials you need.
    • Review the plans you have made and prepare all materials that you will need (for both yourself and your students).
    • Create a daily list of everything the students are to accomplish where they can easily refer to it. This can be typed and printed as a handout or written on a whiteboard/chalkboard. This list should include what will be covered for the day in each subject plus any and all homework assignments.
  • Organize the Physical Learning Environment.
    • Have your learning area(s) designed to maximize instruction and involvement. If students will need access to specific items or will be participating in cooperative learning, be sure to have the classroom arranged appropriately. If students will need to access additional learning materials, have them in an established place.
    • Have learning stations ready and learning tools labeled.
  • Develop Routines and Procedures for transitions.
    • Transitions can be a time monster, so set up routines and procedures that students learn and are expected to occur during these transitions with little to no prompting from you.
    • If you have created the daily list of everything to be accomplished by students each day (as I list under ‘Be Prepared’) and set this up as a routine, students who finish early will have the ability to prepare for or even move on to the next assignment or begin homework.

Managing instructional time is all about controlling everything that you can control. There will be interruptions. There will be things that happen that are unexpected. However, with preparation, organization and developed routines and procedures, you will maximize the actual time you spend teaching and the time students spend learning.

In my next article, “Keys to Successful Teaching: Part 4”, I will be revealing the 2nd Key to becoming a successful teacher!

I’ve created a download to help you manage your instructional time – Free Organization & Planning Tools! To get yours, simply complete the form below…
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Multiply your chances of winning over $5,000 in educational products

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Good News…

You can still enter to win over $5,000 in educational products until 8 am ET, tomorrow, May 7th, and Multiply your chances!

At 8 a.m tomorrow, Monday morning, I’ll be sending out an email about the winners…So if you haven’t entered, please enter now!

How to Multiply your chances of winning…

Step 1Forward an email to a friend (or friends)
(You can forward it to 5 friends at a time by clicking the link above. Have more than 5 friends you want to share this with? You can click the link more than once until you’ve invited everyone…I’m sure your friends will really appreciate it!)
Step 2Enter the giveaway (If you’ve already entered but want to multiply your chances, follow all the steps as if you haven’t entered yet).
Step 3: After you enter, follow the directions on sharing through social media.

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This is so exciting!!! Be sure to invite every friend that teaches to enter (by forwarding this email) plus share on social media to multiply your chances.

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Scoop on upcoming 2018 Build your Bundle (and GIVEAWAY)

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Wow, so many of my readers have been wanting to know MORE about the current (Win over $5,000 in educational products) giveaway and about the upcoming sale, so here’s the scoop (at least what I can tell you right now)…

First, remember that if you have entered the giveaway you can win everything! The total value is $5,204. If you haven’t entered, enter now.

I can’t tell you all the fine print details (yet) but this is what I can tell you…

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There are 20 BUNDLES + Build Your Own options this year and the savings are going to be 86-96% off retail!

Here are the type of bundles:
* 3 Early Learning Bundles
* 3 Elementary Bundles
* 2 Upper Grades Bundles
* Charlotte Mason Bundle
* Fine Arts Bundle
* Unit Studies Bundle
* Character Bundle
* Thematic Unit Bundle
* Special Needs Bundle
* Brother & Sister Bundle
* Parenting Bundle
* Homemaking Bundle
* A Mystery Bundle

Here are some of the publishers that have products in bundles: 
* CHSH-Teach
* Fun Learning Ideas
* Sicily’s Heart & Home
* Townsley Times
* Sound Reading
* Homeschool Complete
* Living Montessori Now
* Autismland
* EdZone Publishing
* WriteBonnieRose
* Teaching Me Joy
* Classical Copywork
* The Mystery of History
* Enrichment Studies
* Powerline Productions
* Maestro Classics
* Skill Trek
* Readers Publications
* Guest Hollow
* Let’s Go Geograhy
* The Homeschool Scientist
…and there are more!

I wish I could tell you more but I can’t just yet…MORE TO COME!

If you haven’t entered, you still have time to enter the giveaway for a chance to win it all AND get a FREE Portfolio Pack AND get your coupon to save even more during the sale!

…and don’t forget to FORWARD this information  to all your teaching and homeschooling friends so they can enter to win PLUS get a  FREE Portfolio Pack and a coupon to save during the 2018 BYB Sale!