I have finally finished the Primer set of the Word Search Sheets and tested them in my classroom to the point I think I’ve caught any mistakes in them and now the set it up on TPT. You can go straight there if you want. PRIMER SIGHT WORD SEARCH SET. I changed a couple of things from the Pre-Primer set because I wanted to make them a tad bit harder and I wanted my kiddo’s to get more practice out of them without getting bored. I changed the color section to rainbow writing and my kids seem to really like this part, I also made the circle section bigger so they had to look harder and really read the words. So far it’s working well and my kids did have any problem adjusting to the changes. I also made Word Searches a little more difficult. Check it out and let me know what you think!
And in an effort to make the upcoming testing a little more merrier I have a freebie for you! I wanted a bright and happy sign to hang on my door to encourage my kids and was little nicer the traditional “Be Quiet” signs.
So my plan is to print them front to back so I can just flip it over during testing to let everyone know if we are still going or finished for the day. I made of couple of different versions because I haven’t quite decided which one to go with but I thought I would share them and get peoples opinion on them while there is still time to change them up.
What do you think about the wording in these two?. I like them both although I’m not sure I should be encouraging the students to talk in the hall when we are not testing:)
I also included some black white versions for those without a color printer. Myself included. Budget cuts and all…
Hi there! I'm Ashton the teacher behind Special Education Station. I love finding new ways of engaging my students and sharing those ideas here! I'm a twenty-something from the Tulsa area who loves antiquing, jewelry making, teaching, cooking and my animals.