In this lesson plan, aligned to Common Core Language Arts and NSTA science standards, students practice fluency and gain knowledge of many science concepts such as habitat, baby names, movement, and, combined with further research, food chains and niches. Over in a Meadow, Flowing out to Sea by Mar
50 minute lesson plan to solidify the concept of negative numbers, zero, and positive numbers using a section of the text "Zero: The Biography of a Dangerous Idea" by Charles Seife. This plan also incorporates real world skills with a checkbook transaction activity.
Strategies used: Table Talk; Ch
This book is perfect for introducing apples to your young class. It explores the life cycle of the apple tree, the needs of an apple tree, how we eat apples, and basic counting and critical thinking skills. Using simple language and colorful pictures, your students will love learning about apples.
This book is designed for teacher reading or singing to introduce students to rodeo vocabulary as well as ordinal numbers using a well known Christmas song.
When I read this book to my students, I focused in ordinal numbers and will work as a complement of my Texas Student Book.
Exploring creatures of the night is a blast with these easy suggested plans and activities! The children will learn about and compare the owl and the bat. included in this product are:Suggested pacing plans for exploring non fiction stories about bats and owls. Suggested you tube links to collect