Saturday, March 28, 2020

LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - Read & Write Emergent Readers EASTER

by: Laurie Fyke @ Primarily LearningKindergarten-Grade One

Easter will soon be here!!! 

Check out these diverse Easter Emergent Readers where kids read and write to create their own booklet. What do your students need? Choose to cut and paste, write, draw and/or color. Share your finished Emergent Reader with a friend. (Kindergarten, 1st Grade).   

  • Learn and review 13 high-frequency sight words
                         · a
                         · and
                         · big
                         · can
                         · I
                         · jump
                         · on
                         · see
                         · the
                         · we
                         · find
                         · little
                         · will
  • Work with phonics.
  • Learn to read and spell new words.
  • Illustrate your story.
  • Cut and paste your story.
  • Write about it! 
  • Read your story to a friend! 

You might also like:

CVC Picture Sorts and Word Work BUNDLE

Sequencing Events - 7 Tasks (Set1) 

I Can Read and Write Emergent Readers (Books 7-12) Open Dyslexic Font

Have fun learning!

Laurie @

Don't forget that leaving feedback earns you points toward FREE TPT purchases.

Be the first to know about my new discounts, freebies, and product launches: Follow Primarily Learning on TpT HERE!

As always, please contact me with any questions!

Thank you so much,

Laurie Fyke @ Primarily Learning
Teach – Play – Learn


Primarily Learning at TEACHERS PAY TEACHERS! 


Educating Everyone 4 Life has earned $44,887.69 in just 8 months since joining 
The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative!

To discover even more free and paid educational products check out: 

FREE MATH LESSON - “What’s Missing”

by Differentiated Delights
Kindergarten - 1st Grade

Students practice their number skills by filling in the missing numbers. Many different versions all in one product.
1-2 numbers after a given number
1-2 numbers before a given number
Number between two given numbers
Number before and number after a given number
And one page that combines all the above

One purchase, one product. Use it to appropriately challenge each of you students.

Looking for other early math activities? Check out
Ten Frame Dice Activity
Dice Roll Counting Activity

Find even more in my store!

Join The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative at
and get THOUSANDS OF PAGE VIEWS for your TpT products!

Go to for even more free products!

Friday, March 27, 2020

FREE MATH LESSON - “Challenge Beast! Simplifying Polynomials Exponent Rules Math Common Core 8.EE.1”

by Piece of Pi
7th - 10th Grade

My 8th graders love these Bonus Beasts! This challenge problem is one of many I'll use at the end of a busy week. My students compete to see which class period gets the most correct responses. It's evolved into a weekly game!

This would also be great for quick enrichment/review for middle school & Algebra students.

Product Contents:
1. Cover sheet with description of the common core math standard
2. Challenge problem (2 on the sheet for ease of copying.)
3. Answer key

If you like this, check out my Books of Beasts!
Meet the Polynomial Beasts #1-5
Book of Beasts: Polynomial and PEMDAS Challenges

In the mood for an amusement park? Check this out:
Polynomial Palooza Theme Park

Check out my other Algebra Polynomial Products - Great for quick formative assessments:
Polynomials Bundle
Polynomials: Multiply, Divide, Evaluate
Polynomials: Classify, Add, Subtract

Thank you for downloading and leaving feedback.
Be the first to know about my new discounts, freebies, and product launches:
Look for the green star next to my store logo and click it to become a follower. Voila! You will now receive updates about this store.

Join The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative at
and get THOUSANDS OF PAGE VIEWS for your TpT products!

Go to for even more free products!

Thursday, March 26, 2020

FREE MISC. LESSON - “S-Cubed! Successful Sight Singing and Sight Reading Course for Middle School”

by Music in the Middle with Mr D
4th - 8th Grade

S-Cubed: Successful Sight Singing for Middle School Choir Teachers and Students is a course that was developed by Mr D during his more than 25 years of teaching chorus to this age group.
Endorsed and used by the Choral program in Durham School of the Arts in Durham, NC, and programs around the world!
Think of the S-Cubed Sight Singing system as a workshop-lesson plan combination that includes video teaching links and video teaching tip links to help buyers have at their fingertips many varied tools to help them teach sight singing to their middle school beginners successfully.
Recognize what the children don't know. Don't fault them for not knowing it... Then, teach it to them in a fun way they will remember forever. ...That's the philosophy of S-Cubed.
Want to know more about S-Cubed? Click here! Then, follow the hyperlinks that are designed to give you a tour of everything that is included in S-Cubed Middle School Sight Singing Program for Beginners.
Please read all product descriptions thoroughly before making this purchase.
Read all reviews here and here.
---Included in this product:
*Two videos of a choir that has been trained with S-Cubed as they sight sing a song they've never seen before in five minutes.
*Information about what to expect if you purchase individual lessons or bundles of S-Cubed.
The lessons are designed to unravel the mystery of teaching sight singing to your inexperienced middle school choir students.
Lesson 1! The Game! Click below to see the first paid product of S-Cubed! Get started today and get started on your journey of creating literate, competent sight singers out of your beginning middle school students!
Lessons 1-5 bundled
Lessons 6-10 bundled
Lessons 11-15 bundled
Lessons 16-20 bundled
Lessons 21-27 bundled
Stay connected with Mr D:
Please +1 all of my products on Google Plus!
Please rate my program and send feedback on my program on the TPT website! Contact me at if you have any questions, concerns or need guidance in any way!

Join The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative at
and get THOUSANDS OF PAGE VIEWS for your TpT products!

Go to for even more free products!

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Wednesday Weekly 5 Under $5 - 3/25/20

Every week I put together a list of 5 great products from members of The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative (TBOTEMC) with the requirement that each product must be less than $5.  With a variety of subjects and a wide range of grades, there just might be something that you can use, so continue to read below and see!

In addition, if you're a seller on Teachers Pay Teachers (TpT) that would like to get more information about joining TBOTEMC, click here.  Free free to contact me via Twitter (@ATeachersTeach) or simply by leaving a comment on this blog post.

By A Teacher's Teacher
ELA, Writing; Grades 7-10

Three great argumentative text sets in one great discounted bundle! With an emphasis on preparing students for state testing and performance tasks that have become a norm in formats such as AIR and PARCC, all three of these argumentative text sets provide multiple sources (3 or 4 each) with a task formatted to be much like what your students will see on their real state assessments!

By Urbino12
Vocabulary, Easter; Grades 3-7

Happy Easter! Perfect holiday activity for ELLs, Special Ed and/or Mainstream classes! You will find five Easter themed puzzles in this file: 1) One Maze: Find the eggs! 2) One Wordsearch with secret message and answer key 3) Two different Double Cross puzzles with pics,words to unscramble, directions and answer keys : a) Easter Creatures b) Easter Meal 4) One Fallen Phrase puzzle with an Easter Proverb and answer key.

By Charlene Tess
ELA; Grades 9-12

This exercise will help students analyze the characters in the fiction they read. This resource provides two examples from a short story and a fairy tale to be sure students understand what is expected of them. Once students are proficient at character analysis, their reading experience will be enhanced. They can apply what they have learned to fictional characters in movies and TV shows.

Types of Lines Task Cards - $4.40
By Believe to Achieve by Anne Rozell
Math; Grades 2-4

This is a colorful set of 24 task cards that will help students identify the main types of lines. This set is a wonderful addition to your lessons! It even includes a recording sheet and answer key! (If you are interested, this set is also available at a discounted rate in the Geometry Mega Bundle! Check that item out from the product description page).

By All-American Teacher Tools
US History; Grades 4-9

This PowerPoint introduces your middle school class to eight women who fought for the right to vote. The contribution of each woman is noted, in addition to a quote by her or about her. This PPT is also included in a bundle with other Women's History Month resources.

Other WW5U5 Team Members on TpT to Visit:

As always, I encourage comments below and any ideas or suggestions by tweeting me @ATeachersTeach.

-A Teacher's Teacher