621 results for caldecott

621 results
for caldecott

Relevance

Results for caldecott

Relevance

You Selected:

Keyword

caldecott

Sort by

Digital

Grades

Other

Subjects

Prices

Resource Types

All Resource Types

Updated with 2020 winners!Important: This product is also part of a huge discounted elementary library product bundle you can purchase here:Huge Elementary Library Product Bundle!This unit is a fun and easy way to introduce the Caldecott Medal and run a quick mock election!I am a K-5 Library Media
Introduce the Caldecott Medal to your students with these activities. What is included:★ 7 slide editable PowerPoint file (fully editable).★ One page reading comprehension sheet that gives a brief introduction of the award with 4 comprehension questions. ★ Mock Caldecott ballot, ballot sheet and a g
CALDECOTT BOOK EXTENSIONS and ACTIVITIES: Story Sleuths I STORY SLEUTHS I is a 4 week, critical thinking project based on Caldecott Award winning books. Your students will use text features, illustrations, and context to determine which Caldecott Award winning book is described by the set of clues.
CALDECOTT BOOK EXTENSIONS and ACTIVITIES: Story Sleuths IIISTORY SLEUTHS III provides 4 more weeks of critical thinking fun in a project based on Caldecott Award winning books. Your students will use text features, illustrations, and context to determine which Caldecott Award winning book is describ
CALDECOTT BOOK EXTENSIONS and ACTIVITIES: Story Sleuths BundleStory Sleuths I, II, and III Bundle delivers 3 products at a money saving price. You will receive 12 weeks of clues for the Story Sleuth challenge; an enrichment unit using Caldecott Award winning books to cultivate critical thinking. You
CALDECOTT BOOK EXTENSIONS and ACTIVITIES: Story Sleuths IIContinue the fun from STORY SLEUTHS I with 4 more weeks of critical thinking fun. STORY SLEUTHS II is a 1 month, critical thinking project based on Caldecott Award winning books. Your students will use text features, illustrations, and contex
Let’s have some fun along with the Pigeon and expand DOK along the way! This lesson will lead your primary GATE students through four challenging activities, culminating in an artistic response showing why they “never get to do anything!” either. Gifted and talented learners carry similar characte
Your primary kids will love these lessons! You save a bundle: 33% off individual purchases! I teach 30-45 minute groups once a week of 1st and 2nd graders all year, and this collection is more than enough to get me through an entire school year of groups. I can’t absolutely guarantee it will do
If you're like me, you can't easily find activities designed for primary grade gifted learners. This one hour activity, however, is specifically designed for Chris Van Allsburg’s "Two Bad Ants" and primary gifted and talented students—nurturing talent for both verbal and nonverbal high ability stud
This is a two week unit designed to introduce K-2 students to the art work in Caldecott Medal and Honor books. The books used for this unit include The Snowy Day, Where the Wild Things Are, Owl Moon, Joseph Had a Little Overcoat, Tuesday, Sylvester and the Magic Pebble, Make Way for Ducklings, Rapu
Not sure if I had more fun with this or the kids did! Huh? This must be another Primary GATE with Caldecott lesson from Portable Gifted and Talented. Woo hoo! • Students make a wolf that actually huffs, puffs, and blows down a straw house while they learn about physical science. • Students cre
45 states have adopted the Common Core Standards. Teachers are scrambling to find numerous ways to teach the standards. This simple, yet rigorous and content-rich book study contains many items that help you meet the needs of ALL diverse learners. Also, administrators are pushing for more grades. Th
Now with a more kid-friendly pop-up option: Owl Moon is incredibly rich in critical thinking potential, rich in artwork, and rich in the feelings words evoke. Come along for a challenging lesson and a fun extension activity with the poetic 1988 Caldecott Award winner Owl Moon. Critical thinking
This is a higher-level activity to be done after reading, A Sick Day By Amos McGee written by Philip C. Stead. Children will choose an animal that was not a character in the Caldecott winning book, A Sick Day for Amos McGee. They have to think about what the character might do to help Amos feel bett
Come along for a challenging lesson and fun extensions with Ezra Jack Keats’s 1963 Caldecott winner, The Snowy Day. I use this lesson with my 1st grade advanced readers. 2nd and 3rd graders should be right on target as well. Got a gifted kindergarten group? This will be an especially tough chall
Celebrate the 2019 Caldecott Awards!All 4 Honor Books and the Winning Book Included!This bundle is perfect for your elementary classroom or school library!This bundle contains book extension actives for the following 5 award winners:Hello Lighthouse by Sophie Blackall (2019 WINNER)Thank You, Omu! by
Strong STEM-literacy springboard activities with this nonfiction piece! Pair it thematically with my Mirette on the High Wire Caldecott lessons, and the students will experience literature from inside to outside and from up to down. You get instructions, ready-to-print activity sheets, Common Core
Another amazing Caldecott book and another load of opportunities across the curriculum for our primary GATE kids: hands-on and participatory activities, critical thinking, creativity, art and graphic design, and always best practices in gifted education. I’ve used this unit with 2nd graders, and i
A form to use for students to analyze qualities of a Caldecott book, using the specifications that ALA uses in order to select a book. Form is a great way to engage all learners and elicit higher level thinking skills! (Common Core Based). Teacher provides a set of Caldecott books, and students us
The beauty of quality “picture book” literature is not only in the fantastic artwork but also in the interplay of pictures and words to create meaning from shared experiences. As emerging readers, our primary-aged GATE students are becoming adept at solving inferential “puzzles” which bring the wor
This activity can be used in conjunction with a lesson on the Caldecott Medal either before or after reading award winning books. It emphasizes the fact that everyone's imagination is different, so all illustrations will be unique. Students will love becoming an illustrator then sharing and comparin
Need a fun way for your students to explore Newbery and Caldecott winners and honor books? Why not try a book tasting? Included in this packet are: *menus - one for Newbery, one for Caldecott tasting *setup/materials needed *lesson plan on how to run the book tasting Menus are set up so students
Bring Emily Arnold McCully’s Caldecott Winning book, Mirette on the High Wire, alive with this active unit! We combine a rich exploration—primary grades appropriate—of language and science to produce a meaningful learning experience. Materials: Activity Sheets (included), string, and other commo
This activity is a follow up to reading the book The Hello, Goodbye Window by Norton Juster and illustrated by Chris Raschka. The activity fits well with a Caldecott lesson, as it asks the students to reflect on and imitate the illustration style of the award-winning illustrator as they predict what

showing 1-24 of 621 results

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

More About Us

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up