UPDATED!!! NOW INCLUDES A FORECAST AND WIND SPEED ACTIVITY! COMPARE AND CONTRAST RESOURCES AND EDITS THROUGHOUT THE DOCUMENT!
The resources start with weather activities, then climate activities and finishes with hazardous weather activities. The weather section has worksheets and a quiz. The clima
This four page .pdf file includes a graphic organizer to use with "The Incident at Tower 37" (link to video included), as well as the transcript of an interview with the film's director and questions over the interview.
You will be amazed at how this short film will mesmerize your students. Using
Bean sprout experiments are so much fun and a great opportunity for engaging learning. Bean sprouts are inexpensive and can be sprouted quickly, allowing every student the responsibility to care for their own sprout.
This packet includes:
*Student Observation Book (With and without pi
This is the FREE video portion of the guide to a shared-reading read aloud of “Here We Are” from the MaiStoryBook Library Collection.
Includes FREE additional reading resources available for “Here We Are” including:
- the *You are Not Alone* Paper Doll Chain Craft inspired by the story
- book revie
Predicting the Weather: Cloud Types Reader's Theatre ScriptLevel 1Utilize this Level 1 Reader's Theatre script to help your students learn about the different types of clouds in the sky and what they mean. This fun script reinforces reading skills, science standards, science vocabulary, fluency, and