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It is my pleasure to present you with this project for drawing with coloured pencil crayons. The Eye of the Dragon!Level:For students in Grade 3 and all the way up to High School.Technique:DrawingVisual language:Your student learn how to create colour gradients. Materials:Coloured pencil crayonsWhit
Perfect for your blended or hybrid learning model! Pre-loaded to Google Slides and Seesaw.This printable or digital read-aloud lesson plan pack includes rigorous text dependent questions, differentiated graphic organizers, response to text writing activities including a craftivity, and detailed less
Celebrate Chinese New Year with your students by making this wonderful Chinese Dragon Paper Puppet. Perfect activity for both small and large groups of kids. This activity is a great addition to Chinese New Year study in preschool, kindergarten, grade 1 and higher. This is a wonderful craftivity t
Dragons Love Tacos is a fun story with many language concepts for your speech therapy room! This book is great for targeting descriptive vocabulary, cause & effect, and predictions with your students. This book companion is full of fun materials to supplement the book and teach your students!
Looking for a Common Core Aligned, No Prep DIGITAL & PRINT pack to teach the book My Father's Dragon? Look no further! This resource contains all that you need! The students will respond to the book by answering comprehension questions and completing various reading response activities. This DI
This product is great for teletherapy and telehealth! This is an over 200-page NO PRINT common core aligned book companion for the book, Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin, targeting a variety of language, vocabulary, and grammar goals, especially perfect for your mixed group therapy. BONUS: this no p
This lesson takes students step by step through how to fold a dragon eye that opens, how to draw a dragon eye and how to draw dragon eyelids. Once finished kids can open and close their dragon eye. Kids loved it! PDF Lesson for ease in classroom use and editable powerpoint presentation for art teach
This fun, collaborative activity provides hands-on review of genetics to include genotype, phenotype, alleles, homozygous, heterozygous, and Punnett squares. Students will experience the “birth” of their very own dragon from plastic Easter eggs and identify its characteristics based upon alleles. Th
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6th - 8th
This pack is updated for use through 2024 and will continue to get updated every 4 years. Get ready to ring in the Chinese New Year with this fun pack, full of ideas to make this event special in your classroom. Includes:•10 Fact cards•Differentiated Main Idea reading passage- 3 levels•True or Fal
Dragons Love Tacos is a student favorite!! Use these literacy activities to compliment your teaching! Included in this download:-Comprehension Check-How To Make Friends with a Dragon-How To Make a Taco-Party Planning List-Design an Invitation-Taco Craftivity (Main Idea & Details) -Thank You Lett
This is a novel study for My Father's Dragon by Ruth Stiles Gannett. Includes printable and digital versions. 44 pages of student work, plus an answer key! This novel study divides My Father's Dragon into five sections for study. The chapters are grouped as follows: Chapter 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-10.
Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin is the PERFECT story to teach about procedural, or how to, writing. This engaging resource includes writing samples with success criteria, graphic organizers, anchor chart printables, editing and writing checklists and rubrics to help you teach your students about pr
Read Aloud Lesson Plans and Activities for 2nd grade.No Prep Print and Go Lesson Planning made easy!Engaging Readers Read Aloud LessonsAligned to CCS and TEKS.Reading, Comprehension, Sentence Study, Grammar, and Crafts. NOTE: This unit is also included in our February BUNDLEDragons Love Tacos by Ad
A set of friendly, happy dragons involved in different activities including breathing fire, dancing, sitting, waving, holding a poster board (blank for you to add your own message), holding a pencil and paper, lying down and as 'Super Dragon. 32 images (16 in color and the same 16 in B&W) This
This is a novel study for How to Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell. 44 pages of student work, plus an answer key! This novel study divides How to Train Your Dragon into five sections for study. The chapters are grouped as follows: A Note - Chapter 3, 4-7, 8-11, 12-15,16-Epilogue.Includes the foll
Love Tacos? Do your Students LOVE Tacos, too?! Pair this quirky taco writing craft with the book, Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin and have a little classroom fun! Included in this resource:4 Different Prompts on a variety of blank and lined papers for K-21 (25) Lined Paper appropriate for 3rd and 4
This supplemental pack is aligned to the Journeys 2011/2012, 2014, and 2017 curriculum for 4th grade. Upon opening the zip file, simply select the lesson that matches the publication year of your curriculum. This Journeys Grade 4 supplemental pack is created to supplement Unit 3, Lesson 12 (The Ear
Students will have a blast breeding dragons to learn how traits are passed down through multiple generations! Three versions are included: Partner, Independent, and Modified. No printing is required. Works great even if your students are remote! Easy to grade with the grading key. This project can b
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7th - 12th
These themed substitute lesson plans are a must have for those sick or emergency days when you can't make lesson plans. They are catered for Kindergarten, First, and Second grades, and can be differentiated depending on the ages and ability levels of your students. The theme revolves around the book
Chinese New Year is a fun holiday to learn about in January. This pack includes two art activities, a dragon and a lantern writing activity.Close Read format for the article with research/response pages added! In addition, the pack offers: 2 informational pages about Chinese New Year traditions a
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K - 2nd
*Updated on 6/3/13 from 12 to 38 pages!* If you've never read Ruth Stiles Gannett, it is a MUST read for any elementary classroom! My 2nd graders always LOVE the story of a young boy on a quest through a crazy land to rescue a dragon. This 38 page unit includes activities to extend the story when
Need a fun game for your sub tub? This is one of my students' favorite Sub Tub activities!Pirate Dragon Unicorn Freeze Game is a fun large group game that can be used for subs or assemblies. This awesome game (with printable cards!) is a great brain break in class or when you need a movement activit
Chinese New Year Math Activity: Ancient China Math Escape - Dragon Adventure - Great for upper elementary and middle school students. Digital + Printable Version.Students are transported to ancient China and have to use their math skills to complete a math quest. Great activity for Chinese new yea
This 26-piece set is full of friendly dragons! Included are 19 vibrant, colored images and 7 black and white versions (not shown in the preview). **This set was previously included in my NOVEMBER Graphics Club 2014. If you were a member of that club, please don't purchase this- you already own it!

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