Create classroom banners and displays for Valentine’s Day with this set of letter, number, and punctuation mark heart pennants.
Decorate your classroom for Valentine’s Day with these shades of red and pink heart pennants.
Create a token of affection for someone special with our slider card template.
Help your students say thank you to someone special by crafting a beautiful bouquet of colorful paper flowers.
Explore five global Valentine’s Day traditions with this informational text and comprehension questions activity.
A flip book template to use around Valentine's Day.
Plot 18 ordered pairs to reveal a surprise Valentine’s Day picture.
Follow the color-coded number guides to fill in the hundreds chart square and reveal 9 special Valentine’s Day images.
Turn this set of 18 conversation heart templates into a variety of teaching resources leading up to Valentine's Day.
Choose from two charming craft templates for a decorative Valentine’s bag or box.
Practice working with fractions of a set with this set of differentiated worksheets.
Help students understand when to apply the right plural spellings based on the ending of any word.
Review MLK's "I Have a Dream" speech text and explore the metaphors he used to convey his message through the accompanying questions.
Compare the mass of common, everyday objects with this 8-page mini-book.
Compare the length and height of various common objects with this 8-page mini-book.
Practice converting mixed numbers to improper fractions with this 1-page worksheet.
Practice converting improper fractions to mixed numbers with this 1-page worksheet.
Practice finding the perimeter of different shapes with this pair of worksheets.
Practice decoding CVC words with this set of five "search and find" worksheets.
Practice one-to-one correspondence with this cupcake counting activity.
Practice finding the area of different shapes with this set of 4 worksheets.
Identify the words and works of Martin Luther King Jr. in our MLK Word Search.
Encourage students to “reflect” on their dream future and draw it in their sunglasses.
Design a social media profile for civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr. in this creative writing activity.
Describe your ideal meeting with civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. in this reflective MLK writing activity.
Use our graphic organizer with your students when studying Martin Luther King, Jr.’s notable mental and moral qualities.
Identify and write vocabulary words relating to civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. in our MLK crossword puzzle.
Craft an illustrated timeline for students to visually explore the major events in Martin Luther King, Jr.'s life.
Observe MLK Day by encouraging students to think about their “dream” for the future by writing it as a speech.
Reflect on the concepts explored near Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with these 15 sentence starter cards.
Use this set of 12 MLK text and image pocket chart cards for reading and sight word practice.
Start your lessons about Martin Luther King, Jr. through 5 mini activities for primary students.