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Cooking with Fairy Tales is a collection of 15 different recipes designed to accompany the study of popular fairy tales in the classroom. All recipes are kid friendly and can be created with the help of an adult. Most are single serving, but all can be easily be adapted to create class-sized porti
If you are teaching economics to first graders, this is the game for you! Relaying Goods and Services will not only help students understand economics in our world but also give them lots of physical activity! This relay game helps students demonstrate the differences between a good and service an
This PowerPoint Presentation is an introduction to MyPlate for preschool, kindergarten, & first grade. It explains the purpose of MyPlate and each of the food groups (servings, what foods belong in each group, benefits). It also includes interactive review slides for each food group which test s
MyPlate Food Group PostersSet of food group posters to decorate your classroom or use during a MyPlate unit. Each poster has the name and clip art of each food group (Fruit, Vegetables, Gains, Protein, Dairy). The border colors for each poster match the color for the group on the MyPlate diagram. Th
Here is what you get! Family Members Picture Word flashcards. An educational activity that prints 23 flash cards on 4 pages. We use these types of educational games in our learning center with children ages 2-6. The games are designed and produced by the owner of Books and Bubbles Family Care in
Perfect for differentiating, these 28 bracelets span Fry's 1st Hundred to 3rd Hundred words! Each bracelet in this no-grading-required homework lists all of the sight words of a particular high-frequency word list and includes QR codes which link to fun Fry sight word videos for home practice! Kinde
MyPlate Worksheets - No PrepThis product includes different worksheets to use in your classroom when teaching about the MyPlate food group guidelines. Worksheets cover each different food category and the different foods that fall into them. Your students will love getting to cut, paste, and color f
Several activities designed for younger elementary school students. Lessons intended to help younger students determine the difference between a want and a need. Students can participate in a magazine hunt, sorting, writing assignments and an early emergent reader. Lessons are a handy supplement
Nutrition Activity Bundle - MyPlate Food GroupsSave 30% when purchasing MyPlate products from my store from within this bundle! The MyPlate Unit Bundle has everything that you need to teach your class about the MyPlate food guidelines! Your students will love learning about MyPlate with a mixture of
Wants and Needs Sorting Game Before Christmas, I like to teach a unit on Wants and Needs, and I always have my students complete this activity by sorting pictures of different things we need to live and things we don’t really need to live. Prior to the activity, we talk about wants and needs and w
This lesson will help students understand the difference between healthy and non-healthy foods. Nibbling Nick is a lovable monster character that loves to nibble or eat just about anything but he doesn't always know which foods are healthy and which ones are not so healthy. He asks for students' he
FAMILY CLIP ART for PERSONAL AND COMMERCIAL USE! 115 IMAGES! 79 images in color and 36 in black and white! Perfect for an "All about me"unit. All images come in png format. This set includes 79 colored images and 36 BW images:10 Mothers10 Dads5 Grandmothers4 Grandfathers8 Big Sisters8 Little Sisters
Perfect for home practice, the 29 bracelets in this no-grading-required homework use QR codes to link parents & students to fun sight word videos! Kindergartners can wear the bracelets home or teachers can attach them to their backpacks or folders. No more lost flashcards! This low-prep, age-app
Healthy/Unhealthy Food Sorting GameI like to teach a unit on Nutrition before Thanksgiving, and I always have my students complete my Healthy and Unhealthy Food Sorting Game by sorting pictures of different foods after deciding if each food is healthy or unhealthy. Prior to the activity, we talk ab
Younger chefs can enjoy our cooking and reading program. Each week you read a book or two and create a recipe that goes with the book for a total of 30 Cook with Book Ideas. A variety of recipes included for snacks, lunch, dinners, and desserts.See more Cooking Theme Units:Picture Recipes for Non-re
MyPlate Cut and Paste CraftStudents will love creating their very own MyPlate diagram posters to display in their own houses! This product includes directions for creating a poster sized diagram as well as 5 pages of food that students can cut out and paste onto the correct page of the diagram! This
This product has 12 product cards and 12 services cards that are perfect for a small pocket chart sorting activity. I included header cards for goods and services that would look great printed on colored paper. I also included a one-page independent sort after the concept has been introduced to che
Our unit has been developed to reinforce the concept that "a family is who lives at your house" and to realize that all families are different, culturally and socially. About this Resource:Includes patterns to make a big book, hands-on activities, plus rebus stories about different families and what
Frog & Butterfly Life Cycles Homework Bracelets with QR Codes! These bracelets link to review videos & simple family games to practice new learning about butterfly & frog life cycles! Strengthen the school-home connection by letting parents know what the students are learning and providi
12 no-grading-required bracelets make home learning that Kindergartners LOVE! This low prep and age-appropriate Science homework is great for strengthening the connection and communication between school and home, and it empowers parents to help their children master new Science skills with quick ed
3D Shapes Homework Bracelets with QR Codes with links to a review video & simple family game to practice identifying cubes, spheres, cylinders, pyramids, and cones! Strengthen the school-home connection by letting parents know what the students are learning and providing a simple & meaningfu
This PowerPoint will help teach your students about the selected occupations that people may have in your community. The included occupations / jobs are: Banker, Chef, Cook, Construction Worker, Cosmetologist, Farmer, Firefighter, Mechanic, Nurse, Doctor, Painter, Police Officer, Postal Worker, R
Focus on the character’s feelings as you read week five’s Global Read Aloud 2016 #GRA16 book pick, Yard Sale by Eve Bunting and Lauren Castillo. Students discuss, animate, or write about items that they love and would have a hard time giving away or selling. Download this free lesson plan for more
Easily create a banner that says any word, phrase or name you wish. Great for foreign language classrooms or birthday banners. Using my template, you can create a custom banner that says ANYTHING and comes in any color or pattern you can imagine. Cut template out of cardstock or laminate the paper

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