Extension activity for Pixar's animated short flim "Day & Night." Great activity to get students talking about, respecting, and celebrating differences. From Pixar: When their paths cross, Day and Night find that they are more alike than different—both are fearful and jealous but ultimately prou
Perfect for teaching students about three of the elements of a story - setting, characters and theme. This is an easy, no prep and editable Google Slides activity perfect for any age! Use as an attention getter, group game, individual assignment or class activity. Can be linked in Canvas or Google C
In this self-checking activity, students will answer 7 multiple choice questions about the 6 major plot points in the pixar short, "Day & Night." As questions are answered correctly, pieces of the mystery puzzle will begin to appear, just like a pixel art activity! 6 Major Plot Points & Them
Day & Night Pixar Short Video Guide | Questions | Worksheet | Google Form (2002) challenges students to analyze this 6 minute Pixar animation. Think like a director and identify how elements of the plot are communicated without dialogue. Compare how Day and Night's relationship changes througho
In today's world, children need to know that their differences are supported, valued, and protected. Pixar's film, Day and Night portrays two characters who fear each other's differences until they realize their differences allow them to see the world more fully. These discussion questions will prom
Students struggle with finding themes of text, so make the process easier start with using these short films that can all be found on You Tube. The 5 shorts included in this packet are "Geri's Game," "Day and Night," "For the Birds," "Partly Cloudy," and "Dug's Special Mission." Students should vi
Who says you can’t use animated shorts with upper elementary kids to further strengthen their fiction comprehension skills?! Using short animations is growing in popularity in the classroom, and for good reason, they work! Shorts are an amazing resource for furthering reading and comprehension skill
A collection of question sheets for students to answer on point of view as they watch 5 different Pixar Shorts!
1) For the Birds
2) One Man Band
3) Day and Night
4) Partly Cloudy
Plot Charts are a necessary story analysis skill, so we've made them so much fun. Your learners will be begging for more (seriously, read the feedback) as they watch Pixar Short Films and analyze the plot.TEXTS: 10 Pixar Short Films (films not included)PLOT PACKET: 10 Pixar Plot Arcs w/ Answer KeyPO
In this Google Drive downloadable you will find 10 unique Google Forms quizzes to teach students parts of plot using Pixar's beautiful, moving, and hilarious short films! Included you will find 10 self-grading Google forms quizzes: one diagnostic to assess students' knowledge and 9 short Pixar films
Coco is a wonderful animated film (Pixar) that presents death as a life-affirming inevitability. It's story makes you feel part of community, and wishing you played an instrument!Here is a film response that asks students to evaluate various aspects of story and genre. The response guide invites st
Make learning fun and engaging for your students and help defeat some notorious enemies!! Cover up the enemy with the reinforcement of their choosing.
I've included a .pdf file (they usually print better) and a word document so you can make any changes to the reinforcement pictures depending on what
After watching the story "Day and Night" by Pixar, students can sequence the story by cutting out pictures and pasting them in the correct order. When they are finished, have them watch it again to check their own answers!Watch "Day and Night"
These pages are meant to be used with Pixar or similar short films. There are Spanish questions to use with any episode! Links to videos included!
This set includes:
★ 7 questions that can be used with any short film
★ Questions to be used with nine different short films
★ Links to the aforemention
Students learn to notice and note rhetorical devices and intended arguments through screen grabs from popular Pixar shorts, Presto (2008) and Day and Night (2010). Students work in groups to identify techniques and make arguments.
Guide your students through plot diagram or let students guide themselves with this scaffolded activity on Google Slides! After watching the "Day and Night" Pixar short film, students will be introduced to the basics of a plot diagram. This activity includes the following: - Simplified & Easy to
Have you ever woken up at 3:30am on a Tuesday morning and realized today was going to be your least favorite holiday, "Sick Day #3"? We've all been there, and the last thing you need to be worried about when you're down and out with a cold is the sub plan you've thrown together in the dead of night.
This is an ActivInspire Flipchart I created for students to sort items they might see during the Day or Night. I have also added a link to Disney Pixar's Day & Night shortfilm.
*note: I used a font called Cartoon Six. If you download this and do not have this font already installed it will alte
Introduce the Day and Night to your kids with journal entries and cut out activities to create your own sunny or star lit skies. Also includes a fun oreo moon phase activity and an accompanying worksheet for the pixar favorite "Night & Day"
SAVE 30% BY BUYING THE BUNDLE! In this self-checking activity, students will answer 7 multiple choice questions about the 6 major plot points in various pixar shorts. As questions are answered correctly, pieces of the mystery puzzle will begin to appear, just like a pixel art activity! GREAT FOR CEN
This high-interest NOVA video documents one of the most amazing phenomena in nature: The annual migration of millions of monarch butterflies from Canada to Central Mexico, a journey of 2000 miles. How are these tiny, fragile insects able to perform such a feat?This Google Forms, self-grading quiz co
This fun-filled Outer Space Unit includes 77 pages of cross-curricular space activities!! It covers science, literacy, and math!
1. Objects in the Sky Picture Sort: Students cut and paste pictures and sort them into the following categories: objects seen at night, object seen during the
I usd this presentation with my preschool (ages 3-5) class to review the concept of day and night. It shows some things we can see in the sky and some activities we do. The kids should say for each picture whether it belongs with day or night. The final slide links to the short Pixar film "Day and N