Freebie Friday Linkup: Super Hero Resources

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Super Hero Resources

FREE Superhero Math Printable for Grades PreK-2 from Embark on the Journey
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Super Hero Math
This printable is jam packed with over 50 math pages for kiddos in grades PreK-2. Inside, you will find activities to help your little learners with the following skills:

number recognition
number words
skip counting
and more!

Free Printable Spiderman Colouring Pages and Activity Sheets from In the Playroom
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To celebrate The Amazing Spider-Man 2 which opens at UK cinemas on April 18th, I have a special printable pack of Spiderman colouring pages and activity sheets to share with you.

Upper and Lower Case Letter Match Superhero Style! from B-Inspired Mama
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Superhero Upper and Lower Case Letter Match Game

Priscilla’s been itching to learn to read lately, but she could still use some practice on her lower case letters.

Superhero Themed “In Our Class” Rules from Teaming Up To Teach
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These “In Our Classroom” posters make a wonderful addition to any classroom. You can use them in place of your own classroom rules, or add them to ones you might already have. They encourage teamwork and value and bring unity to your group of kiddos!

There are two sets of posters included in this freebie. One set has black and purple font, and the other set has black and red font. Each poster also has some cute superhero clipart!

Superhero Themed Voice Level Chart from Teaming Up To Teach
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Here is an excellent product I use in my classroom to control voice levels. I have this poster laminated and hung up on my board. I use a clothespin to designate the voice level the students should currently be using.

Spanish Superhero theme CAFE signs from The Bilingual Learning Place
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Spanish CAFE signs in a superhero theme

Superhero CAFE posters freebie from The Bilingual Learning Place
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4 posters with 4 definition cards:
Comprehension poster
{I understand what I read}
Accuracy poster
{I can read the words}
Fluency poster
{I can read accurately with expression}
Expand Vocabulary poster
{I know, find and use interesting vocabulary}

Superhero Mini Unit from A Teaching Mommy
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Here are the printables that may be included in this unit:

Superhero Parts
Number Order Puzzle (1-10)
Magnet Page
Spelling Page
Patterns (ABAB and AABB)
Ss Letter Sort
Beginning Writing/Cutting Practice
Size Sequencing

Early Learning Super Hero Pack from Enchanted Homeschooling Mom
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This pack focuses on teaching letters, directions, numbers, and shapes through the following components:

Language Arts: Character alphabet Dot Markers and tracing pages, upper case and lowers case matching, Super Hero pre-writing practice, Super Hero scissor practice, Puppets for your child to use their imagination with and create their very own Super Hero themed story and play!

Math: Super Hero directions (an original interactive emergent reader), number tracing pages, puzzles, days of the week practice, Super Hero addition and subtraction mats,

This pack is perfect for any child, boy or girl, who loves super heroes!

Batman Preschool Pack from 1+1+1=1
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This is a Preschool Pack featuring a many different printables for you to use with your tot or preschooler. My son loves Batman which is why I created this for him. He was 4 1/2 when he completed this.

Superhero Behavior Clip Chart System- FREE! FREE! FREE! from A_Teachers_Idea
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Here is an 8 page behavior clip chart system based on the superheroes theme. Just print onto card stock, laminate and mount.

Superhero Behavioral Clip Chart from The Carefree Classroom
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FREEBIE!!! Here is a Superhero classroom behavioral clip chart. This can be used to keep track of behavior within the classroom. All you need to do is print on card stock, laminate, and add ribbon to hang. Write each students name on a clothespin and add it to the Ready To Learn section on the chart. Students can either move up or down throughout the day!




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