Three in One Authored by summer zephyr. Almost anything skill you might want to teach a young child can be taught through block play. This activity is for a first grade class. Are You My Mother? Then I hot-glued thumb tacks to the back of them so they would stay up on the wall!
This lesson gives the students math practice in the areas of addition, subtraction, and estimation with money.
Bags of Numbers Authored by Todd Hauser. Students will explore architecture of the world, uses of buildings and discuss architecture as a career.
This lesson is for Day 10 of the unit [Inventions and Inventors]. Discover the answer to that question in this research-based lesson.
Students role-play using listening skills to resolve conflicts. Just the Facts Authored by Chet Geering. Hull of a Ship Authored by Katie Koehnemann. Amazing Animals gives students an opportunity to use their estimation skills as they compare amazing animal facts to their human world.
The student selects a problem to answer in the content area. Students identify and explain the persuasive devices used in -I Have a Dream. Have you ever been on a scavenger hunt? Are You Listening to Me? Students select one of the photographs they have taken of friends, pets, parents or objects and write a story.
Health Kindergarten - Grade 2 Description: Students learn how to solve real-world problems involving area. Are We There Yet? Are You for Real? Students make observations about the growing process of an apple tree.
Authored by Sandra Sicbaldi. Students use a hands-on activity to investigate the relationships between weights and the distance of the weights from the fulcrum in a balanced 1st class lever.
This lesson is introducing students to equivalent fractions using concrete materials. Bargain Hunter Authored by Kelly Allen. Students compare and contrast two characters from the play [The Diary of Anne Frank] on a Venn diagram and write a paragraph showing similarities and differences.
Students listen to the story [Panther: Animals Galore Authored by Kay Davis. Students learn to identify and use adjectives in sentences, identify them in listening activities, and review all three in a commercial.
Description Using a student-made advertisement, students play an exchange game to reinforce the understanding that people in different places around the world depend on each other for the exchange of goods and services.
Abraham Lincoln Authored by Ann Lyons.This year I am SO EXCITED about my first ever Making Inferences Interactive Notebooks. Students will walk in every day with a different picture displayed, practice writing facts/inferences and then have some sort of a follow up activity (paragraph writing, interpreting informational text, writing simple/compound/complex sentences) to STRENGTHEN their inference skills more than ever.
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The Common Core Guidebook: Informational Text Lessons, Guided Practice, Suggested Book Lists, and Reproducible Organizers, Grades [Rozlyn Linder] on currclickblog.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book is the essential resource for anyone teaching students in grades to navigate informational text.
Based on Rozlyn’s popular Common Core workshops. Available in K-2 and sets, The Comprehension Toolkit series provides strategies that work to help students understand, respond to, and learn from nonfiction text, building background knowledge across the curriculum and throughout the year.
This flexible resource can be used for instruction with whole group, small group, and individuals in a variety of settings including reading workshop.
This HUGE BUNDLE includes everything you need to teach, practice and assess writing for the entire year! Students will complete four major units of study: personal narrative, informational reports, opinion essays and fiction narratives.
The best part of this unit is that it includes EVERYTHING you need. Anchor texts are books that you use as teaching tools over and over again, throughout the year. By reading them early and often, you are setting yourself up for success all year long.Download