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Looking for a way to help your students improve their Feelings vocabulary? Try these two vocabulary games. The first, Feelings Sort, students must sort words into two categories, "Good Feelings" and "Bad Feelings." The second requires students to match up synonyms for feelings words. Both games come with recording sheets, and both are easily differentiated. You can have students play with 16 or 32 word cards, depending on their ability.

Feeling Words Sort and Match Up

This worksheet can be used to accompany a lesson on feelings or for DRDP assessments. Students will identify and match-up the emotion words by circling the correct corresponding picture next to it.

This worksheet can be used to accompany a lesson on feelings or for DRDP assessments. Students will identify and match-up the emotion words by circling the correct corresponding picture next to it.

5 senses booklet

5 senses booklet- could be a great writing sample! add periods after every sense word before printing out multiple copies.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByGesVUoE-jQcDJ5eXBvVm0zRDA/view?usp=sharing

Here is a freebie that I get asked about all the time. These are my Behavior Notes that get sent home with students at the end of the day.

This smart, simple approach ensures that kindergarteners write at or above a first-grade level by the end of the year. Master teacher Randee Bergen shares her yearlong plan for daily writing, providin

This smart, simple approach ensures that kindergarteners write at or above a first-grade level by the end of the year. Master teacher Randee Bergen shares her yearlong plan for daily writing, providin

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