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Tools for Learning

I always like to start the year with lots of learning tools for my students. 
Tools for Learning! Here are several tools for children to learn to help them with the learning process. Plus, there's a freebie sample

I've always bought those fancy name tags for the children's desks that have extra pictures and tools for the children to use. I keep looking for the perfect name tags, and I can't find them. Last year I made name tags with plenty of tools. It was kind of a pain, but I made all the parts and cut them all out and put them on the name tags.  

I've always given the children a 4 1/2 by 8 1/2 card with the Handwriting Without Tears alphabet on one side, and a number grid from 0 - 120 on the other side. Those cards were incredibly handy! I'll make those cards again, but I have also made the ultimate tool kit with just about everything I could think of!  

I started with Math. I made a a color coded chart from 0 - 120, number lines, tens frames, a place value grid, references for money, clocks, and shapes, key words and tables for addition and subtraction facts. Click the image to see Math Tools for Learning.


Tools for Learning! Here are several tools for children to learn to help them with the learning process. Plus, there's a freebie sample

There are 5 pages of Writing tools: An overview of the 6 Traits of Writing, a word bank, a writing poster, short and long vowel references, and a proofreading guide. Click the image to see Writing Tools for Learning.


ools for Learning! Here are several tools for children to learn to help them with the learning process. Plus, there's a freebie sample

For Reading, there is a reference for long and short vowels, a list of reading genres, a list of questions to ask while reading a selection, a list of reading skills, a list of reading strategies, suggestions on choosing books and reading fluently. Click the image to see Reading Tools for Learning.

ools for Learning! Here are several tools for children to learn to help them with the learning process. Plus, there's a freebie sample

For Social Studies, there's a map of North America, directional symbols, lists for days of the week, months of the year, continents, and oceans. Click the image for Social Studies Tools for Learning.
ools for Learning! Here are several tools for children to learn to help them with the learning process. Plus, there's a freebie sample

There are 7 pages of Science tools: 2 pages of Science Vocabulary, a list of science skills, the 5 senses, the planets, Science and Engineering Practices, the Engineering Design Process, Typical S.T.E.M. elements,and a list of healthy habits. Click the image for Science Tool for Learning.

ools for Learning! Here are several tools for children to learn to help them with the learning process. Plus, there's a freebie sample

I've put together a sampling of these materials as a freebie.You can download this freebie (as shown above) by clicking THIS LINK.
ools for Learning! Here are several tools for children to learn to help them with the learning process. Plus, there's a freebie sample


It took forever to complete all these parts, but it's going to be soooooo worth it! I'm going to have the children cut out the parts and paste them onto individual folders, one for each subject, then I'll laminate them so they can use these tools all year. I want the children to put them together themselves so they'll be more familiar with the materials and will have some ownership on how they are designed. I'm thinking I'll color code the folders, so it will be easy to find the tool they need.  For example, when they're working on writing, they'll pull out the red folder.  

These tools are available individually, but are also available as a bundle.


I hope you're as excited about these tools as I am.  If you're interested in the full set, which includes all of the above sets, click HERE or click the image above.

Tools for Learning! Here are several tools for children to learn to help them with the learning process. Plus, there's a freebie sample


7 comments:

  1. Thank you!
    This is a nice idea!
    Peggy

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    1. Peggy,

      Thanks! I think it's going to be very handy!

      Sally

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  2. This is amazingly great!!! I don't know how many hours and hours of time and thought you put into this, but your kids will love it...if only I taught in America...

    ✿ Judy
    teaching with J

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    1. Judith,
      Yes, I did put loads of hours into this, but I have a feeling it's going to be worth it!

      Some of the Social Studies stuff might not be applicable to non-Americans, but I suspect most of the other stuff would work for you!

      Sally

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  3. Really super stuff and thanks for sharing. My kids are older so I would replace the 100 chart with a multiplication chart, but this is a great thing to give the kids at the beginning of the year. Thanks!

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  4. Thanks for the sampler. I put the packet on my wish list...getting that finished so I can download everything on one day. Thanks so much for all the hard work you put into this!

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  5. Thanks it will work great with my students

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