Which One Doesn't Belong: Classifying Common Nouns Gr. K-2
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Classifying and Sorting Common Nouns Gr. K-2
Note: This is part of my Vocabulary Fun packet. Do not purchase this file if you own the Vocabulary Fun packet.
Classifying and Sorting Common Nouns, contains 226 Picture Noun Cards to teach the Common Core Standard Vocabulary Acquisition and Use to
Benchmark Advance Supplemental 1st Grade Unit 5 Week 2. This includes activities for Using Technology at Work and Two Places at Once.
I've have done almost all the work for you and created this supplemental unit for Benchmark Advanced First Grade 2017 Unit 5 Week 2. It is aligned with the series
Great for visual-spatial learners, nonverbal ability, ELL, and fun for all!
Search the keyword creativity and you’ll find a flash flood of hits—many of them explaining how creativity can be harnessed to increase production, innovation, and yield bigger profits. It’s not hard to imagine why creativ
Compound Words Literacy Centers Mega Pack Bundle
Wow! You can save a bundle with this bundle! You get four different Compound Word Activity Products that total 422 pages of fun and challenging activities to keep your students involved and mastering Compound Words! Valued individually at $17.00,
Benchmark Advance Supplemental Unit 1st Grade Unit 5 Week 3. This includes activities for Technology Breakdown and Unplug!
I've have done almost all the work for you and created this supplemental unit for Benchmark Advanced First Grade 2017 Unit 5 Week 3 with Robot Craftivity. I have added this b
I've have done almost all the work for you and created this supplemental unit for Benchmark Advanced First Grade 2017 Unit 6 Week 1 with Anchor Chart Posters.
It is aligned with the series including many of the concepts and more. I have added a creative touch to teaching the concepts in the serie
Critical Thinking -- HINKY PINKIES for KINDERS
Even preschoolers can be critical thinkers when you introduce them to HINKY PINKIES for KINDERS. Hinky Pinkies are riddles wherein the clues lead you to a 2 word answer. Each answer word must have 2 syllables and the 2 words must rhyme. When working
Set up these 15 Christmas themed divergent thinking lessons as early finisher activities. Divergent or creative thinking is often thought of as a skill that is incorporated in gifted and talented or art curriculum. Creative thinking should be incorporated in our lessons and used with all students. Y
Your 1st-3rd graders will go BUGGY for this Praying mantis Unit!
With original colorful clip art, interactive informational text, and activities geared for different levels, teachers will go buggy too!
Included in this unit:
Interactive Informational Text
Plural Nouns Interactive Notebook
This is a terrific way to learn the different formats of plural nouns. Students practice writing plural nouns. This is basic and has been created for primary students. However, it could easily be used for older students -especially ESOL students. Enjoy!
Chicka, Chicka, Boom, Boom (Bill Martin) Interactive Alphabet Order Game
This is a terrific game for pre-k, kindergarten, and ESL or ESOL students to practice their alphabet order.
This resource includes the following:
*each question has three letters
Are you teaching your students how to be like real-world scientists? Are they developing their writing, observation skills, and questioning? If so, this lesson is for you!
This lesson uses Andrea Betty's delightful book to teach students about traits of scientists, with a focus on what scientists d
This packet has 50 pages to help students learn the different ways to spell short vowels, diphthongs, and r-control vowels. And, students explore homophones, proper nouns, contractions, compound words, and more.
3 ways to spell ast: -ast, -assed, -aste
6 ways to spell aw: -a, -ah, -as, -aw, -a
This is 5 days worth of bell work to practice writing using figurative language.
I used this for ESL English 6-8th, but can be adapted to just about any level for a quick and easy bell work.
This is an activity scavenger hunt to allow students to move and find the correct technique or example of persuasions.
My ELL kiddos loved this activity!
See more of my ELL activities!
"The Earth Day Hen and Friends" (Primary grades)
an original Readers Theater by Carol Montgomery
Do you want to motivate your students to recycle, create less waste, and maybe even raise worms? Okay, skip the worms if you want. Are you looking for an Earth Day or environmental Readers Theater scr
"The Earth Day Hen and Friends" (Grade K—1)
an original Readers Theater by Carol Montgomery
"Perfect for my Kindys!" as one teacher declared. This script makes it easy to introduce young ones to a potentially complex subject.
Do you want to motivate your students to recycle, create less waste, and
Students choose one square each week to do for their week's homework.
Amazing how students with choices find a fabulous way to do vocabulary homework.
Great for Gate and Gifted students.
This has proven to help even ESL kids be more excited about doing vocabulary.
The multiple choices are geared
This art project brings St. Patrick's Day wishes into the classroom. Students write poems about Ireland. Then color, and add their individual personalities & poems to mobiles which may be hung around the room in anticipation of the holiday. This activity is for all ages and talents: ESL, GATE
Compound Words Fun: I Spy Compound Words!
Note to buyers: This product is part of my Compound Word Wizards Mega Pack Bundle.
Kids love to search and find objects in pictures, and I Spy Compound Words! has children having fun while searching for pictures of compound words in a set of 8 different
This 42 page packet has related 3rd grade standards, templates to create book club rules and expectations and two options of creative final projects with grading rubrics and expectations. For each chapter there is a section with important vocabulary words, short answer questions and discussion ques
This set of fun, differentiated crowns includes both blank and coloring page crowns which represent the IB principles. The crowns are a fun way to introduce or spotlight the Attitudes and Learner Profiles. Younger students with limited knowledge of the IB principles can color and discuss how to set
Power of Chocolate Description
This is an in depth study of a nonfiction book entitled Chocolate: Riches from the Rainforest by Robert Burleigh. This unit is written with the gifted or high potential learner at the 3rd-5th grades in mind. It seeks to address the needs of second language learners of
Teach context clues using this visually interactive powerpoint with your students. This powerpoint follows a 7 step lesson plan beginning with the student objective. You will notice the objective disappears after you have gone over it with your students to give them an opportunity to tell you what
This 62 page packet includes 5th grade literature standards, guides to setting up healthy expectations and rules for a literature circle, chapter-by-chapter guides with key vocabulary words, text questions, discussion questions, writing prompts, at home connections, opportunities for research and ev
This packet helps students create a Descriptive Essay. It also contains modifications to differentiate for GATE students. GATE students create a photojournal essay (pages also included in here). This packet is complete. It has step by step guidelines for students to plan out their writing, tree map
My BINGO GAME is a simple game that children enjoy and can be used to help them learn and improve vocabulary.
~~~Great and fun way for your students to practice HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS in SPANISH. Includes kindergarten and some 1st grade high frequency words.
~~~ 21 different game boards, 55 word c
This tic-tac-toe is used during our month long study of poetry using Lucy Caulkins and Ralph Fletcher. I teach it during November and December, allowing the kids finished product to be given as gifts. The middle block is that we do in class, however you can change this to fit your needs and/or yo
Phonics Check! helps assess basic phonics' skills, but it can be used for homework or practice work too. Students read the worksheet and write the answers.
There are a total of four pages (or two, double sided pages) and an answer key for each page. The worksheets ask students to identify: vowe
Here's a game that makes it easy to differentiate for all the students in your classroom who are learning geometry.
You can have groups practicing two-dimensional shapes or three-dimensional shapes while other groups are practicing lines, angles, or circles. Students can pick the game they want to
This tic-tac-toe is very different from the rest I have posted the information is collected at home and then complied at school and put into an iMovie. The final block needs a date fill-in for bringing in a dish to share with the class. This was a huge hit last year.
This project includes a lette
Oedipus Final Test & Timed Write that asks students to draw a "comic strip" style map that depicts the important/significant events in the text. Part two of the test is a timed write where students are asked to think critically about the tragic flaw in Oedipus. Test can be differntiated for se
This tic-tac-toe is used with our rocks and minerals (soil portion) unit, as well as our plants and school garden unit. This unit has many applications. The middle block on this one is that we do in class, however you can change this to fit your needs and/or your classroom needs. The projects are
This tic-tac-toe is used as a fun and interesting way for kids to think about books. "More fun then a book report!" is what a third grader told me last year. After hearing the presentations it also generated interest in so many books that we started an " I want to read folder." The middle block is
I've created six different products and then put them all into this great BUNDLE – 126 puzzles!
Learn idioms by solving fun puzzles. Great for English learners and for gifted students. You don't need to be able to solve each puzzle - that's included in the answer key with a short explanation of ea
Individualized work plans are for the early finishers. They can be tailored to each individual student so that all can be included.
They are given each month and have a list of choices. Depending on the student you can have them complete 1 to all of the activities individually.
This is a game to practice gerunds and infinitives. Students are dealt cards and fill in the blanks, use photos, written prompts or use written cues to form sentences in order to produce the target language. If students give the correct answer play goes to the next player. If students give an inc
This is a ten frame powerpoint focusing on aspects of the wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William on April 29, 2011.
It includes assignments, pictorials and interesting facts. It would work in an English class, a history class or current events.
Teach your students to use these higher order thinking questions as they are reading or reading with a partner. These question stems also make great starters for reading response, reciprocal teaching, or book/literature circles to go above and beyond the text.
American Sign Language (ASL) is not always perceived as a LANGUAGE of its own, or as a second language, but it is.
Deaf or hard of hearing persons must face specific challenges due to their physiological deficit; however, they overcome and build strengths in other areas. This lesson plan not only
Another great collection of puzzles that some call rhebus puzzles.
Use them to help your English learners with those pesky idioms and as a challenge for your gifted students to solve. They could create more puzzles to share with classmates. It could make the famous in years to come when you use th
This graphic organizer will help your students collect information from Career Day presenters It is designed for two speakers so students can ask about skills needed, tools of the trade, salary range, and benefits of their job.
This tic-tac-toe is a project based on the student's personal culture. I use this as a start of the year project, which helps the students make connections to each other. The projects are designed to need minimal "extras" to create them and are engaging and accessible for all levels.