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I love combining nonfiction research with math... especially if it has to do with animals!This packet gives information on the tracks of 8 animals. There are also life-size pictures of 8 animal tracks. Students work in groups to measure (in INCHES) each track and list their characteristics. Then t
This interactive resource focuses on bats and where they are located. I wanted to create something that was perfect for centers and could be cross-curricular. Let's face it...there's only so many hours to work with our kids and usually science and social studies are the subjects that get pushed off
Connect math and literature through this fun book about the history of money including bartering, printing currency and how money has been used throughout history. The lesson helps guide students through the text but also gives them fun activities to fold money to do magic tricks and how to look cl
This Montessori lesson offers an opportunity for students to get hands on experience with a school garden while learning though multiple modes of learning. Common Core standards addressed in lesson were written as grade 2 but can be adapted to many different grades within the age range.
This resource includes characteristics, facts and the life cycle of the groundhog. Addition and measurement activities are also included. Plus there are writing templates and so much more! It’s a perfect way to integrate science, math, reading and writing on Groundhog Day! This resource is part of a
Polar Bears has several different components that are aimed at getting students to think deeply about the size of these majestic creatures. The non-fiction text features used in this text are: headings, text boxes, photographs, and captions. The student activities provide expanded vocabulary, captio
Use the text, "Surprising Sharks" by Nicola Davies or another similar text, to build background knowledge about different kinds of sharks. Then use the measurement worksheet to convert feet and inches into total in inches.
I created this to use with my deaf students when learning about measuring length. It works well with any nonfiction book about light and shadows. We went out to draw chalk lines around our shadows at different times of the day, and measured them. We used this sheet to record and draw about our exp

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