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This Double Bubble Thinking Map is offered 3 ways in 1 Google Slide:a fully editable versiona fixed-background version (so students don't accidentally move boxes when assigned maps for online work)a printer-friendly versionThis map can easily be copied into your own presentation slides or assigned t
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The purpose of reading paired literature passages is to provide students with an opportunity to compare and contrast different literary elements. With a set of paired literature passages, students can be prompted to find connections and differences in story/plot elements, topics, genres, themes, det
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Includes activities to use for the following books: -Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs by Judi Barrett -The Cloud Book by Tomie De Paola -Weather Words and What They Mean by Gail Gibbons -Temperature (Blastoff! Readers: First Science) by Kay Manolis -The Water Cycle (First Facts) by Rebecca Olien
My kids LOVED this unit! We had so much fun reading Marc Brown's Arthur stories. I created this unit with a mixture of activities and stories. Please view the preview to see them all. Included: 2 nonfiction passages with questions (One about Marc Brown and one about Aardvarks... which they LOVED
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This is a fun fill unit on Fairy Tales. All activities are centered on common core!! This unit is made for 2 weeks. Included in this unit are: Literacy • 1 non fiction read aloud book – Fairy Tales • Chart entitled : Fairy Tales Often Have • 2 interactive sight word books • class poem for literacy
2 read aloud book Long Ago And Today The Pilgrims Letter to parents Native American name sheet Art Activities Dream Catcher directions - Fine Motor Canoe tracer & directions – Fine Motor & LA Dancing Shield Directions Native American Brac
WHAT DO I TEACH ON THE FIRST DAYS OF SCHOOL IN SCIENCE - - DAY ONE WHO IS A SCIENTIST Stereotypes of scientists abound: The nerd with the pencil protector and the wild haired physicist (both white males) fill the scientific landscape with inacc
compare polar bears and penguins with this double bubble thinking map! Follow me by pressing the RED STAR and visit my store:) Thanks!!! Katlin
This is a fun filled day filled with 50’s Day activities with the integration of literacy and math.Our kindergarten classes rotate through some of these activities and then I have more ideas that I do in my class after the rotations.Some of the activities include:50’s day 10 frames with activity car
Money Money Money Literacy and Math Unit is a great and fun way to introduce, practice or review money and coins. It is aligned to many common core 1st and 2nd grade skills (with prompting and support could be appropriate for K as well). It includes: ~6 Anchor Charts: they will assist in learnin
Reach and challenge your primary students with literacy activities for President's Day, Valentine's Day, Ground Hog Day. Keep students engaged singing, reading and writing in your February Literacy Stations, Centers and small group instruction. Best for PreK-3rd Grade.*This resource supports Litera
This a 22 page unit is designed to be used to teach about Alexander Graham Bell’s invention of the first telephone and Thomas Edison’s invention of the lightbulb, video camera, and phonograph through picture books and interactive mini-lessons using anchor charts with matching student response sheets
Here are two cute and simple products to support the informational text, research and reporting skills you are teaching your students. This compressed file contains an 8-page report (letter size) and a double sided brochure (legal size paper). The 8 page report allows for your students to report
Dig deeper into seasons with leveled activities to take students from sorting pictures of nouns in different seasons, identifying seasons with real photographs (printable or QR Code Hunt), comparing characteristics and describing their favorite season with a writing prompt!Check out preview to see a
This is a 41 page document with 7 different Halloween themed workstations for Reading. *Halloween Table Signs *Spooky Synonym and Antonym Foldable *Making Words out of "Halloween" *Comparing Scary Stories with a Double Bubble Thinking Map *Prefix and Suffix Match Up with Recording Sheet *Making Acr
Students read two versions of the founding of Rome. They use the Double Bubble Thinking Map to compare and contrast story details, then use that graphic organizer to write a well-thought-out paragraph or composition. Discussion questions included.
The first week of school is always a blur of excitement and craziness! This little packet was created to help your transition become a little smoother. Included are: *Magic Play Dough printables *First Day Certificates *First Day Booklet/ Craftivity Printables *Double Bubble Thinking Map *Fir
My Snow Printables Packet has Snow activities that will make learning fun in your classroom this winter!!! This packet includes the following: *cover *All About Snow: Easy Reader Mini-Book (non-fiction) *6 Snow Vocabulary Cards *14 Printables: Top Snowfall USA Map How To Build A Snowman (boy &
This SmartBOARD lesson includes many interactive games and lessons for students including: Problem Solving Trivia about The Great Ball Game, ow and oa picture and description vocabulary match, a cause and effect tile game, cause and effect matching, and a cumulative high-frequency word countdown. Y
Just Purchase, Print, and Practice with this ONE Page Passage! These materials are a perfect way to introduce and practice, review, or assess your students' understanding of the compare and contrast skill!This NO PREP lesson includes:Lesson Possibilities (suggestions for each read)Two fictional comp
This is a fun fill unit on winter. All activities are centered around common core!! This unit is made for 2 weeks. Included in this unit are: Literacy • 2 non fiction read aloud books – Winter and Snowflakes • 2 interactive sight word books • 2 class poems for literacy • CVC snowflake game & r
This zip file contains a student notes handout that follows along a PowerPoint presentation. The presentation provides an easy-to-understand sequence of events in the life and death of low and high mass stars. This lesson does not have information about the formation of stars; I typically cover that
Identifying similarities and differences is a strategy that students need to be successful. How is a sandwich like a mouse? By practicing with this open-ended game that allows divergent thinking, you are preparing your students with this important skill. Using a fun pirate theme, students will help
Are your students experiencing difficulty identifying nouns (common nouns and proper nouns)? Well maybe this activity will help them to see the differences between the two. I created this activity after I gave my students the CCGPS math task "In the Paper" and after reviewing their results, I knew

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