Wednesday, February 1, 2023

February Math and Literacy Printables and Center Activities

Hello February! I had intentions to get this out sooner, but better late than never right?! I'm excited to share all of these February activities with you.  

February is Black History Month and what I love most about the Black History Mini Unit is that it features modern day heroes that our students can easily relate to. 

There's also an adapted book included for your lower level learners. 

Spark high interest and engagement with "Feed the Robot Beginning Sounds," and all of the beginning sound picture cards are February themed! Students choose a card, trace the beginning sound, and then feed it to the robot to discard it. A huge crowd pleaser!

Valentine Heart Cover! A fun and engaging activity  for practicing Doubles and Double + One.

February Writing Journals for Special Education! This is a year-long growing bundle and currently includes Oct. - Feb. These sets can be purchased individually, but Pssst...if you grab the bundle before March is added, you'll get the next SEVEN sets for FREE! Woohoo! You see, each time a new set is added, the price is increased $3.50.

Morning Work for Special Education! These daily sprints include 8 essential daily skills for students to practice and move at a pace that's perfect for special needs students. Also, available for every month of the year!

Chocolate SMASH! These smash activities are always a hit. Students can't wait to smash a chocolate on the smash mat with their "chocolate" Playdoh. This activity covers counting 1 - 20. 

Contraction SMASH! Another fun smash activity if you're working on contractions this month. Students choose a card and then find and smash the contraction on the smash mat. Then, they write the contraction. So fun!

Flip a Sentence for February! Trust me, even your reluctant writers will want in on this fun!

Valentine 10-frame addition! Students love anything with mini erasers. This activity includes 47 task cards for every possible addition fact with sums to 10. An answer key is also included making it easy for you to check their work later. 

Monster Addition to 20! This set includes 40 task cards and also includes an answer key. 

Feed the Monster! A fun activity for matching upper and lowercase letters. Students can match upper to lower, lower to upper, or upper to upper and vice versa. 

Valentine CVC Word Mapping! A fun new activity for February to correlates with the "Science of Reading." This set includes 84 CVC picture cards and is perfect for small groups, interventions, and literacy centers. 

February Math is one of our favorite units and is JAM PACKED with Sooooo many skills that cover the entire month of February!

Fun printables for the month of February! These are perfect for rainy day fun or early finishers and are also part of a growing bundle this is hugely discounted right now. 

Melting Kisses Science Experiment differentiated for 3 levels! Your students will have fun seeing how long it takes a kiss to melt in their mouth and comparing their times with their classmates. 

All of these fun Valentine gift tags can be found here.
And yes....there's freebies coming too!

Grab this counting freebie here.

Making tens freebie here

How cute is this Valentine Holder? :) Get the robot template here and attach to a paper gift bag!

Need a last minute activity for Groundhog Day? You can download this freebie here

Join in on the 28 day Kindness Day Challenge with us! February is a great month for a kindness challenge and it's free! It's editable so you can add your own acts of kindness and includes certificates to give students once they complete the challenge!

Share your Kindness Challenges with me on Instagram and tag me @thebenderbunch. 

Share this post with your teaching friends that can use some of these resources too! :)

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