Trace & Write Story Stencils
Seattle kindergarten teacher Kevin Gallagher loves the word bank on these bold, graphic stencils, and his students found the draw-and-write format “immediately useful and usable—I received such quality and commitment in their writing samples!”
Language Arts Anchor Chart Set
Third-grade Texas teacher Juan Gonzalez says these posters are essential visual aids for reviewing parts of speech. “Plus, the reproducible versions are perfect for notebooks, if you don’t have wall space for posters year-round.”
“What a treat to have an educational game that isn’t a million little pieces!” says Katie Blomquist, a former first-grade teacher in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Students identify subject, verb, and object cubes—and they can build up to 640 sentences.
Learning the cursive alphabet can feel like studying a whole new language. Angela Lattin, a K–3 instructional coach in Baker City, Oregon, finds Cool Cursive to be “an interactive, fun game” that helps her students identify letters written in multiple styles.
Help students get over writer’s block in a snap—or a spin! Lattin’s first graders loved putting two spinners together to find adjectives that matched each noun, and she appreciates the game’s simplicity and ESL applications.
Photos: Adam Chinitz