Printed on sturdy tagboard that performs well with inks, pencils, and crayons. Ruled 1.5" with .75" dotted midline on one side, and a single line ruled on the opposite side. Use for teaching basic skills, word wall activities, tags, and more! Set of 100 white sentence strips measure 3" x 24" each.
Grades K - 2. Enhance early grammar and reading skills with sturdy, interlocking cards that cover parts of speech, capital letters, punctuation, building sentences, and more. Tailor activities to different learning levels. Includes grammatically color-coded cards (55 word, 4 punctuation, and 27 photo cards), game ideas, sample sentences, and teaching suggestions. Supports NCTE and NAEYC standards.
Grades K & up. This learning set from Carson Dellosa is perfect for educating and engaging young learners and those who learn differently. This set is excellent for developing vocab, teaching punctuation, sight word recognition, introducing grammar, and increasing fluency. Set is comprised of 250 puzzle pieces which are a part of many included games.
Grades 1 - 3. Build a variety of sentences that answer four basic questions: Who? What? Where? And when? Color coded tiles make complete sentences easy to build. Great story starters to help children explain how or why, and what happens next. Set includes 60 tiles plus teaching notes.
Keep whiteboard supplies organized with this lightweight wooden caddy. Small enough to place on a table or desk. Provides easy access to twelve 9" x 12" lapboards, markers and erasers. Supplies not included. Fully assembled.
Take the mystery out of Bloom's Taxonomy with Quick Flip Questions for Critical Thinking. Learn how to ask questions, lead discussions, and plan lessons geared to each level of critical thinking. This hand-held flip chart helps improve thinking skills at any age. Teachers, parents, and students alike will find this an indispensable tool for improving communication, enhancing verbal skills, developing questioning skills, facilitating report writing, and developing higher levels of thinking.