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This mini-book activity is designed to be used to accompany your study of Martin Luther King, Jr. After learning about Martin Luther King, Jr. in class, or doing their own research, students will create a mini-book that contains important information about this important American figure. This activi
Teaching our students about America, is one of the highlights of our school year. The following activities are used to draw their attention to a few of our country’s symbols. We use these activities in whole and small groups, as well as challenge students to try them independently. What’s Included:
Me on the Map activity book and quiz. The last two pages can be a quiz to check if they learned the information from the books.
Interactive Sight Word Readers allow students to read and spell sight words in a meaningful and engaging way. This is an emergent reader to provide students with an opportunity to learn to read and spell the sight word “say” in a hands-on way. Each page of "What Would Martin Luther King Say?" conta
Are you looking for a fun, memorable activity to teach your early elementary students about The First Thanksgiving? These bracelets will definitely be a hit!How can I work this activity into my lesson plans?The lesson will work best if you read a book about the first Thanksgiving and then make the b
This mini-book gives information about the military branches and wars for upper elementary students. It includes a timeline activity, writing paper, and a link to a website with directions to write to current and former military members. A great mini-lesson for Veterans Day! This book is dedicated
Get ready to celebrate CINCO DE MAYO with your students with these NO PREP FREEBIES!Cinco de Mayo activities include:ABC OrderLabel the PictureAcrostic Poem (boy/girl versions)KWL Chart Build the SentenceMaking WordsWriting ("Describe Your Favorite Party Snack" and "We Celebrate Cinco de Mayo becaus
Get kids thinking outside the box and think about justice and acceptance by having your students determine what they think is just. Why use Just or Unjust - A Civics Sorting Activity? Children need to learn to think for themselves about what is right. This activity will get the children thinking
Here is an emergent reader that will help you navigate the simple facts of two great Presidents...George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Made especially for the littles, this 8 page reader highlights the basics...simple text, engaging graphics, and a handful of interesting facts about Washington an
⭐ Help your students become more confident readers with this fun and interactive passage about George Washington! ❤️ This download is a sample from my U.S. Presidents Finding Text Evidence Reading Comprehension Pack ⭐ The passages are perfect for helping students build stamina and fluency while findi
Veterans Day True & False Pocket Chart Activity Included : Directions and Suggestions For Activity True and False Header 12 True and False Cards Stationary Paper for Veterans Thank You
Travel around the world with your students and learn how children celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa in different countries with these Holidays Around the World NO PREP printables! These worksheets are the perfect addition to your Christmas/Holidays Around the World celebration!These printabl
Veterans Day is November 11th! Use this Veterans Day Freebie to have your students write a "thank you" letter to a veteran who may have visited your classroom. Several versions included. Also includes:"Thank you for your service!" card"Thank you, Veteran" card Veterans Day Information PosterThis fre
This freebie includes 12 pictures for sorting wants and needs. 2 sets of cards (with and without labels)2 sizes of header cards (in color and black and white).Use these cards to help students understand and see the difference between things we want and things we need. These cards can be used as a so
FREE Ruby Bridges character traits product! This Ruby Bridges file contains three pages of character traits information/printables. It is perfect for use any time of year, and is particularly timely in February during Black History Month.Page 1- CoverPage 2- Explanation and list of character trait
Free - Black History Month - Activity⭐ This activity will give your students a chance to compare and contrast two great women in American history - Harriet Tubman and Rosa Parks. ⭐ Students will read the passage (2 options: both biographies on one page, or on separate pages), then cut out the phrase
Happy President's Day Weekend! Enjoy this American Symbols FREEBIE from Miss Hellen's Hippos...if you download, thank you greatly for rating me! Symbols Featured: Mount Rushmore, Liberty Bell, Statue of Liberty, American Flag, Bald Eagle, and the White House. Thank you for stopping by Miss Helle
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Differentiated Reading PassagesPrintable + Digital Paperless Versions IncludedWith this resource, students will learn about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day through reading an engaging passage on differentiated reading levels. There is 1 original reading passage included o
This is a fun sequencing activity to integrate fire safety and sequence writing. This activity can be done whole group as you generate and write sentences together. It can also be done at a writing center independently. Thank You, Reagan Tunstall Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits
Community Helpers - Police Officer! Explore an important community helper through this writing pack! Do you need to differentiate with your kids in their writing as well as reading? I know I did, and that's why I created this pack! There are six options to choose from! This is a SAMPLE from Communit
The mini book has 8 pages and is very easy to fold (instructions are included). It contains a series of facts about the Winter Olympics.
Your students will vote "YES!" to using these activities and printables celebrating Presidents Day!These Presidents Day printables are ideal for morning work, the writing center, stations, independent practice, small groups, homework, 5-minute fillers, early finishers or even sub plans and are the p
Presidents' Day is just around the corner and it will come quicker than you think! The following learning center offers students an interactive way to honor and celebrate Presidents' Day. A variety of activities relating to mathematics, language arts, and social studies help students discover the
This freebie includes two pieces… a reading passage about Thomas Jefferson and a timeline activity for students to complete after reading. This is a very small part of my unit: Declaration of Independence- Common Core Reading, Writing, and SS Unit If you liked this product, please leave feedback

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