my store. :)
You might want to check out my story problem packets that are great for teaching the concept of addition and subtraction with little farm animal pieces. It's a hands-on way to act out adding and subtraction.
There is also a big packet of syllable worksheet sorts. I know that we're going to be working on this concept in the next month or so. This packet has 1-2-3-4-&5 syllable words for students to sort. There are different levels. You can pick what kind of sorts would meet your students needs (from easy to hard).
My grade level team and I just finished a 6 week PLT/collaboration teaching our students the concept of place value with numbers 11-19 as aligned to the CCSS. I made lots of interactive practice pages and assessments for students to use to represent numbers with tens and ones. Usually place value work that you can find is way to hard for kindergarten, but this pack is tried and true. It's not too hard for your kids to begin learning about place value.
A morning staple in my class is sentence building. We work hard to build our sight word fluency - so students are always doing word-work during centers. Here is a great packet of easy-to use printables for students to work on their sight words.
Lastly, for any Oregonians out there. I made 2 custom packets of geography work using landforms and natural resources. These are for *3rd grade* Oregon standards. I know, I know...it's not for Kindergarten...(it's for my sister who teaches 3rd grade). And hey, if you like that landform clipart - guess what? I drew it all myself! I think it turned out super cute. It has glitter. Everything is better with glitter. You can find my clipart package in my store too!
It's been a busy spring break for me - I've been doing lots of work while my little guy naps - and hopefully by sharing things at a discount this weekend you can benefit from it too.
Also, don't miss the freebies in my TPT store. I still like to share the love.
And las but not least, have a blessed Easter this Sunday!