1-20 Practice for School and Home: Roll-A-Number (Free Download)

I hope this post finds you well! I have a free classroom resource for you to download and use with your students or share with your families to practice at home. All you need to do is print and find some dice. A student rolls the die and identifies the number in the row of the die they roll. The set has two different versions of the Roll-a-Number. I have more sets listed under the picture that are free for download! If you have a request, please let me know in the comments. 



1-20 Practice for School and Home: Roll-A-Number (Free Download)
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Shape Practice for the Home and School: Roll-A-Shape (Free Download)

I hope this post finds you well! I have a free classroom resource for you to download and use with your students or share with your families to practice at home. All you need to do is print and some dice. A student rolls the die and identifies the shapes in the row of the die they roll. The set has two different versions of the Roll-a-Shape. I have more sets listed under the picture that are free for download! If you have a request, please let me know in the comments. 




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Roll-A-Sight Word: 2nd Grade Dolch Words (Free)

Dolch words are high-frequency words commonly used to teach children to read. Dolch words account for between 50-75% of all vocabulary found in reading material.
This blog post is dedicated to a free classroom resource for you to download and use with your students or share with your families to practice at home.
All you need to do is print the free 2nd Grade Dolch word resource and find some dice. A student rolls the die and identifies the 2nd grade Dolch words in the row of the die they roll. 
More sets are shared under the picture, which are also free for download! If you have a request for a specific resource, please let me know in the comments. 


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Growth Mindset Statements to Use Instead of You're So Smart! (Free posters)

I have been working on the statements I use with students when discussing their learning for several years. Instead of students being praised for what they perceive to have or not have, I am focusing on what the students have control of! 
I have replaced phrases like “you are so smart” with “I can tell you have been working hard to master finding evidence in the text.” Below are a few posters you can use in your classroom or planning. 
Growth Mindset Poster
Click on the picture to download the PDF of the Poster

Click on the picture to download the PDF of the Poster

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Roll-A-Sight Word: 1st Grade Dolch Words (Free)

I hope this post finds you well! I have a free classroom resource for you to download and use with your students or to share with your families to practice at home. All you need to do is print and some dice. A student rolls the die and reads the words in the column that matches the number on their die. The set has two different versions of the 1st grade Dolch words list. 


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Roll-A-Sight Word K Dolch Words (free)

I hope this post finds you well! I have a free classroom resource for you to download and use with your students or to share with your families to practice at home. All you need to do is print and some dice. A student rolls the die and reads the words in the column that matches the number on their die. The set has two different versions of the Kindergarten Dolch words list. 


Roll a Sight Word Practice free dolch words
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Addition 4s and 5s practice Google Classroom Friendly Practice (Free)

One of the resources I’ve been asked for the most lately is student practice that is Google Classroom-friendly. So I’ve shared below practice that anyone can use with their students. Please follow the steps below: 
  1. Click on the picture and make a copy of the practice page. 
  2. Go to Google Classroom and create an assignment. 
  3. Click add and find the practice page you made a copy of. 
  4. Be sure to select make a copy for each student. 
Now students will be able to type in the text boxes and turn it in.  If you’d rather the directions in a video click here
Google Friendly Addition Practice Free

Free Addition Practice Google Classroom Friendly

Free Addition Practice Google Classroom Friendly
Free Addition Practice Google Classroom Friendly
Free Addition Practice Google Classroom Friendly

What Google Classroom-friendly practice would you like to see next? Comment below any subject or skill you’d like to see next on the blog. 

Updated: Grab several more addition worksheets for Google Classroom by clicking on the title below: 


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