This mini-research project is a great way to get your students excited about research! Everyone loves candy and this project is great to do near Halloween, Valentine’s Day, or really any time of the year! I have included two different ways for your students to complete this project. Choose the wa
The first in my series, Everything Has a History. Why not show your students that even candy has a history with this fun/informative web quest! Learn facts including marshmallows date back to 2000 BC and King Tut's Tomb contained licorice. I also have included several additional resources and extens
This Reading Passage on CANDY CORN is a part of my Differentiated Close Reading Passage series. It is complete with everything you need to tie together your instruction across the content areas this October and November!Check out the PREVIEW to see what all is included in this differentiated clos
Students will enjoy learning as they read the fun fact filled reading passage on the history & legend of the candy cane. They will learn interesting facts they probably never knew and enjoy the activities included as well! This great set includes fun activities that all the students will enjoy:-
This two-sided tri-fold CANDY CANE mini book template allows students to dig deeper into facts about the classic holiday candy. An interactive notebook pocket has been provided, however, this brochure can be created as a stand alone project as well.SAVE 50% ON THIS RESOURCE IN THE CHRISTMAS RESEARCH
History of Christmas Mini Book. This fun holiday craft is a no-prep project! Each symbol has a short explanation of its significance. Add in a few videos on how candy canes are made and listen to "The Nutcracker Suite" and turn this into a well rounded mini-unit.This little book can also be attached
This product offers an excellent way to give your students practice in reading for information. You place the 10 fact cards around the room and your students hunt,read,write,and learn all about the fun topic of candy canes. Included:10 Fact Cardsstudent worksheets answer keyAligned with CCSS.ELA-L
docx. file Use candy as model to help students remember the history of Atomic Theory. Includes completed chart, modified fill in the blank type chart, and a blank chart with only headings. Students can find information in a textbook or on the internet.
This purchase includes a nine-page informational booklet on the history of the candy cane. The pages are presented in full screen for a whole-group lesson/reading but also booklet form if you wish to print the booklet for students to have and read.
This candy cane informational book could be read
This is a short cloze reading passage about the history of the Candy Cane. There are comprehension, vocabulary, and reflection questions. There is a digital interactive Google Slides version of this product for distance learning purposes.In this zip file you will find:Printable PDF with the passage
Add some high interest non-fiction to your Halloween classroom activities with this informational text resource in my Frightfully Fun series!
Students will read an informative article about the origins of candy corn, will explore difficult vocabulary terms in a multiple choice format, and will answ
Looking to go paperless? This 14 card deck tells the history of candy canes. It's a good way for your students to read for information and answer questions about a fun subject. Addresses CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.3.1-5.1. Since they are Boom Cards, they are self-checkings giving your students the
An informational text article about the history of Halloween candy. The information is from the History Channel's website, the questions are mine. A great supplement, fill in, or substitute teaching plan for the holiday. Can also be used as a web quest using the history.com website. MS Word doc
This is a holiday cryptogram about the history of the candy cane. It is fun. An answer key is provided for teachers, parents, or mentors. The staff can have some fun with this puzzle, too. Use it during a holiday professional meeting, or a grade group meeting. Decoding or deciphering cryptograms c
Are you doing a Candy Cane Day? Are you looking for a fun center activity for the Christmas holiday? Here's an engaging literacy center for independent or group work. Six sentences, most with 9 words per sentence. Great for second graders at this time of year. Recording sheet included. Looking
Video questions for the Modern Marvels DVD, "Candy". The questions are STEM and history related to candy. You could have a demonstration in your classroom with a STEM flare and make caramel. Pretty easy and tasty. Video is one day and caramel lab one day.
Your students will enjoy learning about the history of chocolate with this high-interest, informational Close Reading Unit! Now includes a digital version for Google Classroom. Perfect for a fun reading unit, this resource includes everything you need for a full week of reading activities about the
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This is an informational newspaper-style text fun to use around the week of Halloween and can be used over the course of a few days. Bingo sheets are included, which have questions from the entire newspaper. Students read the informational text about the History of Halloween, pu
Canada’s history might not be as long or as colourful as some other countries, but it does include some interesting tidbits of excitement and, as part of the New World, has had some unique adventures in exploration.This Canadian timeline tries to include most of the more important events in our hist
PDF and Powerpoint Files for your Editing desires!Candy bar toppers for full size candy bars. Standard full size candy bars are 3 1/2 by 2 1/2 inches. Use as Weekly Awards, Monthly Awards, Behavior Awards, or Anytime Awards!!! Laminate to create a lasting keepsake.For durability, print on card st
A new way to STEM! Guide your students through the entire STEM engineering design process using a simple trifold. Students will ask, imagine, plan, create, evaluate, reflect, and improve…all in the trifold!
For this challenge which can be completed in one class period, students will construct an a