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As always, Tlsbooks encourages you to use materials best suited to the ability and interest of each child regardless of grade level or standards alignment.
You may download the latest version of the free Adobe Reader here. We offer a variety of Easter worksheets and coloring pages for this fun filled day! Write a poem with each line beginning with a letter in the word Easter.
Here are a few links to get you started: Easter Counting and Number Writing Worksheets - Practice counting, writing numbers, and drawing representations of numbers 1-10. Easter Egg Critters - Kids can color and cut out these funny Easter egg decorations then place them around their colored eggs.
Each worksheet or group of worksheets which have been updated now include a brief description, recommended grade or grade range, page count, CCSS domain and/or cluster notation, and comments from users.
The newly aligned worksheets are available for viewing and printing in format.
You may be able to store and edit this planner on your mobile device if you are using Excel for i Pad/i Phone or Google Sheets. Customize the template: Using Excel or Word, enter your class names on the left and your typical weekly schedule.
For example, use the schedule to highlight the times for each of your classes, your extracurricular activities, part-time jobs, etc. Print blank copies: After customizing the template, you can print as many of these planner pages as you need, and you won't need to enter your typical weekly schedule each time. Don't forget incomplete assignments: When switching to a new page each week, don't forget to go through your list of assignments and transfer the incomplete assignments to the new page. Don't lose it: Keep your planner page in a folder that you always have with you.
In order to view and print worksheets from this site you will need Adobe Reader version 6 or later.