KIDS WINGS PRESENTS ACTIVITIES FOR:
FOUR FUN PICTURE BOOKS!
SHARK vs. TRAIN by Chris Barton (Author), Tom Lichtenheld (Illustrator)
OTIS by Loren Young
LET'S DO NOTHING by Tony Fucile
SHARK vs TRAIN by Chris Barton
If you think
We all need a magical do-nothing day! Give your students a reason to take a break from screens and explore nature.
This picture book with startlingly beautiful words and pictures will spur imagination and a break from boredom or screen time. Now a New York Times Best Illustrated Book
This "But There's Nothing To Do!" Unjournaling Journal is PERFECT for the creative, out of the box thinker and writer. Have a student with writer's block? Have your student start my coloring the title page and get their minds clear and focused. (It really does help!)Even the most reluctant writers w
“Physical Education... Nothing works unless you do!”
Upper Grades Version- available in in 4 Color Schemes; Blue/Blue/White, Green/Blue/White, Purple/Yellow/White and Red/Black/White.
These banners are a perfect fit over an entry or exit door or can be used as a "stand alone" poster somewhere in
This is a bundle of 6 highly animated, power point presentations on the "Do Nothing" presidents. The list includes Hayes, Garfield, Arthur, Cleveland, B Harrison and McKinley. All six presentations together number 104 slides. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change them to fit
When I was a student I hated boring "write about what you did over the summer" writing prompt and it made summer break into a competition about who had the most fun. This writing activity lets students imagine all of the things that they wanted to do but did not get to do! Nothing is off limits...if
This fast-paced winter themed Math game is perfect for math centers or early finishers and will have kids adding and subtracting as they race to fill their ten frame. Collect snowflakes but watch out for ice storms, snow storms, the wind, and worst of all ... the sun! Players will take turns spinnin
Teaching online this year? Whether it's just for a few weeks, a semester, or an entire year, recording lessons or screencasts is going to be a necessity! My district has announced we will be teaching virtually from our empty classrooms for the time being. I plan to hang one of these door signs on my
Note: Some of my products have some “out there” ideas. Make sure to look at the preview before purchasing. Everyone's classroom is unique and while these lessons work within my classroom, that may not be the case in another’s room.In this unique glimpse of freedom of speech, respect, and patriotism,
Nothing Gold Can Stay poem collaboration poster. This resource is an engaging and contemporary way for students to work together to create a large multi-colored mosaic/poster/mural of Robert Frost’s poem, “Nothing Gold Can Stay” that captures the essence of collaboration. This resource is intended t
Let's Talk About Apples BOOM CARDS™: 40 interactive Digital Task Cards. It's Apple time! Apple themed language unit that can be used with your fall speech therapy activities. It includes:Let's Talk about Apples Mini Story to introduce apple themeWH- question: WH questions related to short story w/
This novel is the perfect integration of literature and social norms with a timeless story that teaches children about respect, compassion, and bullying. This 90+-page novel study guide is the PERFECT critical-thinking companion. The guide incorporates reading skills, as well as an integration wit
There’s never been a better time to explore the amazing history of New Zealand Politics with your class! This booklet has been designed to work with our Timeline of Politics & Voting in New Zealand., but could work equally as well supported by other forms of reference/research materials.This ‘Le
Getting ready to teach a Shakespeare play? Looking to review the structure of a sonnet in a fun, tech-savvy way? Here's a quick one day lesson and homework assignment that will do the job!The Lesson:Students will listen to the poem "My Mistress' Eyes are Nothing Like the Sun" and then, working in
Division: Grab A Ride, Let's Divide ~ Math Color By The Code Puzzle Printables
Math Printables Color By The Code Puzzles To Practice Division Skills.
~This Color By Number Unit Is Aligned To The CCSS. Each Page Has The Specific CCSS Listed.~
This set includes 4 Race Car themed math puzzles with d
This literature study unit breaks the novel into four manageable sections. Each section contains* vocabulary words and definitions* questions for oral discussion, with answers* short answer questions for writingThe guide is divided into teacher pages and student pages-- student pages have room and i
This novel study for Nothing but the Truth by AVI contains thought provoking essential questions, comprehension, and analysis questions as well as a variety of supplemental activities to guide students' reading of each chapter.This Critical Reading Packet and PPT includes:Essential Questions: Have s
Funny NUMBER RHYMES 1-12 in a Group Game with a STEADY BEAT!
The Number One!
Not much fun,
If we just have One!"
"LET'S COUNT-- ONE MORE!" Play a multi-sensory Group Counting Game with your kids, and get the 'whole body' involved in your learning!
Sequence the numbers 1-12, and pla
This is a simple, repetitive story I made for my Kindergarten class to read in the fall.
I like to read the story on my big screen that’s hooked up to my computer. The children read through the book with me, and I stop and help them sound out the new word before I click the mouse and show
Much Ado About Nothing Digital Escape Room Review ⚠️You must have cell phones, tablets, or laptops to play this game. Students should work together in small groups. This game requires students to access Google apps with a Google sign-in. Prior to purchase of this game, please make sure your school di
Included are 13 simple chapter-by-chapter review questions for The Bad Guys: Do-You-Think-He-Saurus?!, the seventh book in the series by Aaron Blabey. Questions are in short answer format and come with an answer key. They're particularly helpful for students reading independently who struggle to su
Robert Frost's "Nothing Gold Can Stay" underpins the themes of the novel, "The Outsiders."I like to teach students about poems in a way that helps them embrace the liberation that accompanies interpreting poetry and describing its meaning through the lens of our own lives.I also like to make poetry
How do dinosaurs say, "Happy Chanukah?" That is the question kids will try to answer as they read through this engaging and silly holiday book. From School Library Journal:n this addition to the popular series, 10 more mischievous dinosaurs are acting up, this time during the eight nights of Hanukka