100 Independent Practice PagesFifty, 2-page activities to help students build skills in place value, computation and fluency, logic and critical thinking, solving word problems, interpreting data, and more. Students will quickly learn how to follow the routine and jumpstart their learning at the beginning of the day-or anytime! A great way to prepare students for standardized tests and meet the Common Core State Standards!
When is the best time for a Jumpstart activity?
• At the start of the school day, as a way to help students settle into the day’s routines.
• Before lunch, as students ready themselves for their midday break.
• After lunch, as a calming transition into the afternoon’s plans.
• Toward the end of the day, before students gather their belongings to go home, or as homework!