Digital Resources

With modern technology alive, even in most modern-day classrooms, the use of digital activities and resources is on the rise.  Student engagement, exposure to technology, and student personalization are all major benefits of using tech-based lessons.  Below are my most popular digital resources that you can try in your classroom!

Digital Resources for the Elementary Classroom

 

10-Minute Reading and Math Interventions

Reading and Math interventions don’t have to be time-consuming. Quick, easy, and specific activities can help students achieve their goals! My Reading and Math Interventions resources are just that!  Each page is designed to be completed in no more than 10 minutes! There are over 300 student pages with 12 different reading skills and 15 math skills. Each student page comes with a 1/2 page teacher lesson plan.  This is great for volunteers, subs, push-in help, or teacher aides!  Lesson plans include a breakdown of the activity, exactly what to say to introduce the activity to the students, explicit and sequential directions, and a wrap-up with deep conversational questions to keep students thinking about the activity has been completed!

There are 10+ pages for each skill included. The pages are numbered #1 – 10+ and increase in rigor as you go up. So intervention #1 is the easiest or highest intervention need and #10 is the hardest and lowest intervention need. You can have students complete all ten or pick and choose based on the student’s needs!  Also included are tracking pages so you can easily keep track of which student has completed which intervention pages! Super easy and organized!

Reading Skills and Strategy Units

Teaching comprehension strategies and skills can be hard! Especially trying to figure out where to start and how to jump in. Let’s take the pressure off with this amazing bundle of well-laid-out lesson plans, hands-on activities, visuals, centers, crafts & much more! 

Each unit comes with the following:

  • 5 full lesson plans with materials list, differentiation strategies, and step by step directions
  • Whole group and small group activities
  • Exit tickets for each day’s lesson
  • End of week assessment
  • Graphic Organizer(s)
  • Bookmark and Anchor chart
  • Hands-on center
  • Engaging craft

You won’t find anything better out there! This is 7 weeks in the strategy bundle and 17 weeks included in the skills bungle – both with engaging, rigorous, and laid-out lesson plans ready for YOU!

Close Reading Bundle

The BEST way to get students to comprehend nonfiction is to practice over and over. These engaging, print & go nonfiction close reading passages are just what you need! (PRINT & DIGITAL included)  This MEGA bundle includes ALL of my current nonfiction close reading passages. As I add more close reading passages to my store, I will add them to the bundle and the price will increase – so get in NOW so you get all updates in the future for free!  Digital components are compatible with Google Classroom or Google Slides.

 

 

Digital Task Cards Mega Bundle

Looking for a digital way to get your students to practice Reading, Grammar, and Math Skills? My digital MEGA bundle Skill task cards are a perfect and easy way to get students to understand this skill. The task cards are self-differentiating with NO extra work from you!  This MEGA bundle includes all three of my digital task card sets – which are over 1,400 cards! Check out the thumbnail photos of lists of every skill included!

These specific task cards are a differentiated and personalized way to get all of your students the practice that they each individually need. These task cards are unlike ANY OTHER task cards you’ve ever purchased! They will give you loads of data on your students AND differentiate how much time and practice each of your students get without you having to do ANY extra work!

You can also find the individual digital task card bundles here:  Reading, Math, & Grammar

Digital Seasonal Units

Ready to put some FUN into your Seasonal Activities? These completely digital units are ready for you and your students! There are unique ELA, math, and writing activities included that will keep your students engaged and learning about these amazing holidays and seasons!

Units put out so far are:  St. Patrick’s Day, Election season, Holidays Around the World, New Year, and Summer Review

These units are made for digital only – via Google Classroom, Google Slides, and PowerPoint. Please open the instructional PDF for information on how to use it and link to open it in Google.

These units are great to break up and assign over time or all at once – completely up to you!

Comprehension One Pagers

Looking for some quick and easy comprehension passages to use in your classroom? My comprehension one-page worksheets are perfect for that extra bit of practice. They come in digital AND printable pages both!  In this resource, you’ll find 114 pages (14 different skills) – each with its own 1/2 page passage and either a graphic organizer and/or comprehension questions at the bottom. Students will simply read the passage and fill in the organizer and/or answer the comprehension questions. 

This resource is geared towards 2nd – 4th grade and does not include differentiated passages.

 

 

 

 

Phonics Worksheets

Are your higher readers still in need of phonics worksheets? My higher readers were always in need of phonics games and centers but with a bit more rigor to them and those phonics activities are hard to find! Print & Digital provided!  I designed these phonics worksheets to be ready to use and engaging for my higher readers who still needed to focus on specific phonics rules.

Inside the packet, you’ll find two pages per phonics skill. The students read the given passage 3 times, each time highlighting specific words that match the phonics skill being focused on.  After finding the words, they then sort the words according to the different spelling patterns they have found. The chart for sorting isn’t labeled because I want the students to LISTEN to the sounds of the words instead of just looking for the given letters. This is to help challenge them.

Text Structure Coloring

Text Structure of nonfiction is a difficult skill for students to understand. Let’s help them by seeing different text structures side by side to analyze and understand, oh and use crayons too! Both a print and digital version is included in this resource!  Digital versions also included! This includes a Google Slides version, PowerPoint version, and jpeg images for See Saw!

This product does BOTH and throws in some crayon action as well 🙂  There are 4 pages of topics in this activity pack: dolphins, baseball, insects, and weather. Each page has 4 short passages about the topic using one of the text structures: cause/effect, sequence, compare/contrast, descriptive.  Students choose the structure and prove it by identifying evidence in the text with a specific color of crayon. They take it a step further by choosing one passage and filling in a G.O with the information from the text.

This activity pack also includes 3 passages allowing students the opportunity to understand how knowing the structure helps with their comprehension. The three passages are paired with a graphic organizer and 4 comprehension questions.

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