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March 2018

Write-On/Wipe-Off books are engaging, versatile learning tools that can be enjoyed over and over again. Each book is geared toward helping children develop and master basic skills. Durable pages allow for easy erasing, offering endless opportunities for practice and learning fluency. Use a dry-erase marker to fill in the answers and then wipe away and start again. The colorful pages and captivating activities make learning fun! 7" x 9". 32 pages. $4.99 each

100 Sight Words


March 2018

Sight words are the most frequently used words in reading and writing. They are called "sight words" because they must be recognized instantly, on sight, for reading fluency. This series includes exercises that develop, reinforce, and strengthen students' ability to identify, understand, and use common sight words with correct spelling and word formation. Flash cards for all 100 grade-appropriate sight words can be found at the back of each book. 128 pages. $14.99 each TCZ 8049 Grades K-1 TCZ 8059 Grades 1-2

#3291 Cursive Practice 5 Teacher Created Resources

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#3291 Cursive Practice 5 Teacher Created Resources

TCZ 3293 Beginning Math (Grades Pre K-K) TCZ 3294 Preschool Activities (Grades Pre K-K) TCZ 3292 Printing Practice (Grades K-1) TCZ 3295 Mazes (Grades K-1) TCZ 3298 Addition and Subtraction (Grade 1) TCZ 3291 Cursive Writing Practice (Grades 2-3) TCZ 3297 Multiplication (Grade 3)

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Teacher Created Resources, Inc. 113 #3017 Phonics: Book 3


Directions: Read the words in the first column that describe the item. Look in the second column for a rhyming word. Print the answer in the third column.

Clue Rhyme Answer

you do this with gum silly person in a circus opposite of a girl opposite of north not old a penny or a dime a small city things to play with a circle is this shape dirt a pretty bloom a place to live loud sounds what a kitten says rhymes with crew rhymes with gown rhymes with toy rhymes with mouth rhymes with flew rhymes with join rhymes with crown rhymes with boys rhymes with pound rhymes with foil rhymes with shower rhymes with mouse rhymes with poise rhymes with dew 1. ________________ 2. ________________ 3. ________________ 4. ________________ 5. ________________ 6. ________________ 7. ________________ 8. ________________ 9. ________________ 10. ________________ 11. ________________ 12. ________________ 13. ________________ 14. ________________

Phonics Practice

This three-book series helps students develop reading skills. Students review and practice phonemic awareness and alphabet recognition skills and work their way through more advanced phonics concepts including blends, digraphs, synonyms, and antonyms. Suitable for ELL and intervention programs. 176 pages. $17.99 each TCZ 3015 Book 1 TCZ 3016 Book 2 TCZ 3017 Book 3

Great for



TCZ 9816 Phonics Practice Set

(3 books)


#3225 Reproducible Little Books 30 Teacher Created Resources, Inc.

Word List #2: Library Box

We Can Play We can go. We like to go and go. We can go and play. Can we go and play?


Reproducible Little Books for Sight Words

Help students develop word recognition skills and fluency through the use of high-frequency words. Students who automatically recognize sight words can devote more attention to comprehension. 176 pages. Grades K-2. TCZ 3225 $18.99

Reading with Sounds

Each page includes a suggestion for extending the learning and reinforcing the skill. Ideal for any setting- classroom, small group tutoring, or at-home learning. 96 pages. Grades K-1. TCZ 8067 $9.99




9 9 10 10

Directions: Look at the total number of animals in each section. Trace the number with your finger. Using the arrows to guide you, write the number.

#3294 Preschool Activities 24 Teacher Created Resources



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One Out

Directions: Look at each group of objects. Put an X on the object that does not belong.

Teacher Created Resources 19 #3294 Preschool Activities



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