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• Use this 'Following Directions: Ollie Owl (primary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Following Directions: Ollie Owl (primary)'. "Ollie canâ€™t see! Give him a pair of green eyes". This activity, which can be used with the "Ollie the Owl" reading comprehension, works as a cut/color/paste activity or a simple coloring activity, depending on student ability and interest.
• 5 DOWN: We can see many ____, also called "falling stars", in August.
• A raccoon sees a turtle and thinks it would make a good snack. Un raton laveur aperçoit une tortue et croit qu'elle ferait un bon petit goûter.
• How many candy canes do you see in the box? Common Core: Math (Count to tell the number of objects) K.CC5
• Cut out the groundhog and the burrow. Attach the groundhog to a popsicle stick and "pop" him through the hole. Does he see his shadow?
• "Susan saw ten butterflies today. She saw four butterflies in the morning. How many did she see in the afternoon?" Eight simple word problems using addition and subtraction up to twenty.
• Fill in the correct conjugations of verbs "ouvrir", "voir", and "devoir" to discover the clues to solve the "crypto". Unscramble. Remplir les conjugaisons des verbes "ouvrir", "voir" et "pouvoir" pour découvrir les lettres qu'il faut désembrouiller pour gagner le bonus.
• Connect the letters H O U S E and see the house.
• Connect the letters K I T E and see the kite.
• Roll the die and move along the board to decide whether the ground hog will see his shadow.
• This Divided by Three? Rules and Practice is perfect to practice division skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Divided by Three? Rules and Practice. Explains an easy way to see if a number can be divided by three, followed by practice examples.
• This Divided by Two? Rules and Practice is perfect to practice division skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Divided by Two? Rules and Practice. Explains an easy way to see if a number can be divided by two, followed by practice examples.
• This Divided by Five? Rules and Practice is perfect to practice division skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Divided by Five? Rules and Practice. Explains an easy way to see if a number can be divided by five, followed by practice examples.
• "We saw 9 elephants and 4 buffalo. How many animals did we see in all?" 7 pages; 1 problem per page.
• This Halloween Subtraction (upper elem) Word Problems is perfect to practice problem solving skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Halloween Subtraction (upper elem) Word Problems. "She saw a total of one hundred and forty-three ghosts. Sixty-six were not scary. How many scary ghosts did Pamela see?" Five math word problems with a Halloween theme.
• Students color twelve sections of this poster that will be assembled for display on a door. Great group project. (See direction page on the site.)
• Students color twelve sections of this poster that will be assembled for display on a door. Great group project. (See direction page on the site.)
• Students color twelve sections of this poster that will be assembled for display on a door. Great group project. (See direction page on the site.)
• Students color twelve sections of this poster that will be assembled for display on a door. Great group project. (See direction page on the site.)
• Students color twelve sections of this poster that will be assembled for display on a door. Great group project. (See direction page on the site.)
• Students color twelve sections of this poster that will be assembled for display on a door. Great group project. (See direction page on the site.)
• Students color twelve sections of this poster that will be assembled for display on a door. Great group project. (See direction page on the site.)
• Students color twelve sections of this poster that will be assembled for display on a door. Great group project. (See direction page on the site.)
• Students color twelve sections of this poster that will be assembled for display on a door. Great group project. (See direction page on the site.)
• Students color twelve sections of this poster that will be assembled for display on a door. Great group project. (See direction page on the site.)
• Students color twelve sections of this poster that will be assembled for display on a door. Great group project. (See direction page on the site.)
• Students color twelve sections of this poster that will be assembled for display on a door. Great group project. (See direction page on the site.)
• Négation. Écris le mot et colorie l’image d’un singe qui ne voit rien. Negation. Write the sentence and color the picture of the monkey that doesn’t see anything.
• Use this 'Color and Write: Pith Helmet (primary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Color and Write: Pith Helmet (primary)'. Draw a picture of yourself wearing this pith helmet, then write about what you would like to see hiking through the rain forest. Includes narrow lines for writing.
• Colorfully illustrated proverb from Poor Richard's Almanack with a brief explanation.
• Práctica de los tres verbos irregulares del imperfecto: ser, ir y ver. Practice of the three irregular verbs in the imperfect tense: ser (to be), ir (to go), and ver (to see).
• "We abuse the land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us. When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect."
• Use this check sheet to see which Halloween words were called, from CAT to VAMPIRE.
• Look for these items in the grocery store. Circle the ones you see. Color the ones you saw when you get home.
• Look for these items in the grocery store. Circle the ones you see. Color the ones you saw when you get home.
• Look for these items in the grocery store. Circle the ones you see. Color the ones you saw when you get home.
• Look for these items in the grocery store. Circle the ones you see. Color the ones you saw when you get home.
• Look for these items in the grocery store. Circle the ones you see. Color the ones you saw when you get home.
• Look for these items while on a ride in the car. Circle the ones you see. Color the ones you saw when you get home.
• Look for these items while on a ride in the car. Circle the ones you see. Color the ones you saw when you get home.