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6x9 clipboard with attached pen and printable travel activities for kids on trips and errands.Fun early reading activities: crossword puzzle, alphabet bingo, design a license plateWriting and spelling practice: hangman, crossword puzzles, story templates, word searchMath and science practice: battleship, slug bug, cryptograms, sudokuGeography and travel: driving directions, license plate game, airport bingo, road sign bingo

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  • Each printable activity can be customized to make it harder or easier for your child
  • There are lots of learning opportunities in each of these activities
  • Use the Activity Book feature to print an endless number of activity pages
  • Get a kid-sized clipboard and 4-color click pen to make it easy to grab it and go.
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Reading Skills

  • Beginning letter sounds are an important stepping stone for beginning readers. These crossword puzzles help kids isolate those first letter sounds, and they'll feel like a big kid doing their first crossword puzzle!

  • Have kids find an item that begins with each letter. Your kids will be practicing first letter sounds, writing, and spelling!

  • Teaches:
    • Letter recognition. Make it with lower and upper case letters.
    • Automatically generate a different board for every kid in your class.
    • Make it harder by asking kids to write a word that starts with the letter.

  • Teaches:
    • Coloring inside the lines
    • Letter recognition
    • How to spell their name
    • Self expression

  • This is a super fun way to encourage kids to read. Challenge them to get a BINGO in any direction, or even wipe out the whole board. You can also easily edit this board with your own challenges. Read more

  • Encourage kids to broaden their horizons by asking them to read something from each genre.

Writing & Spelling

  • Create word search spelling lists for each week of each year - 36 weeks per year! It's a great and fun way to help kids practice for a spelling test!

  • Create printed letter tracing pages so your kids can practice writing letters and numbers. You can also enter in custom words or phrases you want them to practice. Start by having them trace their name and phone number, and move on to spelling words!

  • Beginner cryptograms teach:
    • Letter and number recognition
    • Writing
    • Pattern matching
    • Early reading
    Enter your own words to ensure the puzzles are at each child's reading and spelling level.

  • Teaches:
    • Reading skills at each child's reading level
    • Consider words from their spelling list
    • Talk to them about which letters are most common
    • Teach them to think about common combinations: TH, CH, QU, etc.
    • See more...

  • Crossword puzzles with picture clues are a great way for kids to practice spelling.

  • Kids will love making their own little book using these story templates. You can print them with a center dotted line, and with or without room for a picture

  • Teaches:
    • Hand eye coordination
    • Writing skills
    • Problem solving
    • Patience
    • Persistence
    • Memory

  • You can print your own themed coloring book! Over 750 picture. Teaches:
    • Holding a writing utensil
    • Hand strength
    • Fine motor skills
    • Hand-eye coordination
    • Focus
    • Creativity
    • more...

  • Drawing helps with handwriting by increasing fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. It also lets all kids be creative, and the clips often get them to draw things they might not otherwise. What do you think he's running from?

Math & Science

  • Generate an unlimited number of math worksheets. Start at single digit addition, with or without carrying, and go all the way up to 5 digit division.

  • Teaches:
    • Grids
    • Plotting coordinates on a graph
    • Number lines

  • Teaches:
    • Number recognition/writing
    • Process of elimination and deduction
    • Basic computer programming algorithms
    • Extrapolation
    • Pattern recognition
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  • Secret Message Puzzles are great for teaching problem solving that helps in math, science, and computer programming. And they're super fun, too! You can even write your own secret messages that are just the right reading level.

  • Teaches:
    • The scientific method
    • Predict which color you'll see most often
    • Record data for a week
    • Simple graphs will show the results
    • Make it global by inviting friends and family from other locales to do it too

Screen Time

  • Teaches kids to:
    • Create digital media and presentations
    • Read news, do research, manage financial accounts, create reports
    • Communicate effectively across states, countries, even continents
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  • Most kids (and some adults!) will need strong reminders about how to be a good digital citizen. Print this out and post it next to the computer.

Classroom Management & Behavior

  • Make a picture checkist that helps kids visualize their schedule for the day.

  • This list is especially helpful for kids with special needs. It can help them know what's expected of them, and can also prepare them for any changes coming in their day.

  • A visual reminder of your expectations is an effective way to help kids remember.

  • You can remind students of what needs doing, or use this to assign jobs. Great for teaching responsibility.

Hook & Loop Visual Aids

  • Make a hook and loop checklist to help kids know what is on their schedule for the day and visually keep track of their progress through the day.

Back To School

  • Teaches:
    • Reading
    • Wants vs needs
    • Prices
    • Following directions
    • Learn more

  • Encourage kids to broaden their horizons by asking them to read something from each genre.


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