Choose the one that is best suited to your child. The first has a spot for 10 books. The next level has a spot for 15 books. The last option has a spot for 20 books.
Each one has an area for the date completed, title of the book and the authors name. This will prove to be a good record of your child’s accomplishments. When you make reading fun for your children they are more likely to pick up a book and read. It is important that we take time out of our days to read to our children as well. Maybe these could be a reverse reading log and your child can track the books that you have read together. No matter which way you use it it is a perfect keepsake or for your portfolio.
A fun and easy approach to teaching your children to write their ABC’s. Each letter features a different animal of the alphabet that corresponds with the letter. The animals are adorable and will keep your student’s attention. Includes both the full color and black and white images.
Who is it for?
- 1st Graders (6 to 7-year-olds)
- 2nd Graders, (7 to 8-year-olds)
- Kindergarteners (5 to 6-year-olds)
Creating this countdown is as simple as it can be.
- Print the pages of strips off. You can choose between the Nativity Theme or the Santa Theme.
- Then cut the strips out, keep them in order!
- Glue or staple the strips together to create a chain.
- It is so simple your children can do it themselves.
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- There are plenty of teaching tools out there that teach your children the surface facts of the president's that have served our great nation. But they don't dig deep enough. That is why you need It's All Presidential: A kids research guide to the U.S. Presidents.
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