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This is a bundle includes 10 Stations:
6 St. Patrick’s Day ELAR stations
4 St. Patrick’s Day Math stations
ELAR Stations: St. Patrick’s Day ELAR Stations
Have you ever bought a resource only to realize once you’ve downloaded it that it was not the right skill level for your students or simply did not meet your expectations? In an effort to avoid that from happening, I have created a video preview that shows and explains all 6 activities in this unit. Please watch the video preview before making your purchase decision to ensure the activities match the skill level of your students. Complete instructions for each activity can be found in the downloadable preview file.
This unit includes six independent stations which are all self-checking but requires the use of a smart device that can scan a QR code.
Station 1: 16 short vowel word cards (CVC)
Station 2: 16 long vowel word cards
Station 3: Short and Long Vowel Picture Sort
Station 4: Rhyming
Station 5: Consonant Blends
Station 6: Short Vowel Clip Cards
Math Stations: St. Patrick’s Day Math Stations
These four stations will give your students practice with comparing sums and differences, telling time, counting coins and completing skip counting patterns. Every activity incorporates QR codes for added fun and engagement!
This is not a set of worksheets. These are four independent math stations come ready to print, laminate, and cut. Every activity is self correcting and includes an answer recording sheet.
Station 1: Comparing Sums and Differences With in 20
Station 2: Counting sets of coins up to $0.99 and matching them to their written form (dollar sign and decimal point or cent sign)
Station 3: Telling time to the hour and 1/2 hour
Station 4: Identifying and Continuing a skip counting pattern (by 2s, 5s and 10s)
These activities require the use of a QR code scanner. Please download the video preview for complete activity instructions before purchasing.
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Please Note: This unit is intended to be used with a smart device such as an iPad, iPod or smartphone with an application that can scan QR codes.