Make addition exciting for kids with this playful color by code activity! Print your freebie below and then hop over and snag our Addition Fact Fluency Pack too. Getting Ready When it came to prep, this couldn’t have been easier! I simply printed the page and grabbed our batch of crayons. That’s it! We were ready to play. Color by Code Before handing over the
There’s nothing quite as intriguing as cracking secret codes so this freebie is a must-grab! As students use their cipher wheel to decode the words, they’ll be having so much fun that they won’t even realize that they’re working on beginning coding skills they can use to write computer codes later on. Grab your freebie below and then make sure to hop over and snag
Color-by-codes are a favorite in my classroom! I love them because the students are learning and they love them because they think they’re just coloring. These summer themed color-by-codes are perfect for the end of your school year or as review over summer break. Scroll below to grab the freebie and then hop over to grab our expanded form roll and write for more adding fun.
Mischievous little elves leaving encrypted notes for your kiddos? No problem! With this handy dandy Elf Secret Decoder, your little detectives can crack those codes and unlock the secrets of Santa’s little helpers. Our free elf decoders are the perfect compliment to our best selling Christmas STEM Pack! Making the Decoder Making the decoder couldn’t be easier. I just printed the PDF (below) on cardstock, cut
Ready for an arrrr-some addition activity?! These color by code sheets make playful math centers, addition practice and early finisher activities. Pirates of all ages will love adding from 1 to 12 as they crack the secret code. Getting Ready The prep for these color by code sheets was as quick as it comes. I grabbed a box of crayons and printed off the color by code sheets
Teaching first grade is just as much about teaching social skills as it is about the academic curriculum. I work all year to help my students learn how to talk things out, look a speaker in the eyes to show they are listening, and build healthy relationships. Sometimes it’s hard to carve out extra time to go over these important skills, so I’m always looking