This 18-page packet of fun, engaging, and hassle-free activities is the perfect way to introduce, supplement, and assess your study of Memorial Day with your students.
Reading Comprehension (and questions)
K-W-L Charts (3)
ABC Order (and answer key)
Parts of Speech Sor
Sweet poem to your students as you wrap up the year! Send them off with a bag of items that hold a lot of meaning :)
- Includes a message from you to put on the outside of a goodie bag (and an area for you to sign)
- Includes a poem explaining the items in the goodie bag and their meaning
You will receive a collection of handouts, foldables, task card, and rubric templates. There is a mix of traditional handouts which can be used to throw in questions or information as well as handouts for stations, dry-erase markers, and a booklet template.
You will need to download some fonts (all
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The rhythms are represented by rhy
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