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This social story is designed to teach children fair ways to play. This includes sharing, taking turns, being kind, and showing good sportsmanship.
I don't play many games in my middle school speech class but when I do, I review how to be a good sport. This visual reviews how a fair players plays the game and an unfair player plays. I wanted to teach the notion that a game should be fun for all and that sometimes we lose and still have fun.Plea
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This is a bundle of 6 different play based Boom Cards for use during distance learning speech therapy. Also great as a digital, no prep resource for in person speech therapy. Use these decks to target a wide variety of specific goals (possible targets listed below) or use them as general reinforcers
Have you ever noticed that we hardly ever teach our students explicitly how to work together on a project? How to stand up for themselves while still being respectful? How to resolve conflicts peacefully but fairly? We just sort of expect them to have learned it last year. :p If you assign group
This is a play that we created based on the book The Lorax. In this file you will find characters and the color of clothes that they should wear. Name of songs that will be used and character lines for the entire play. You can even find the dances for some of the songs. Music and sound effects can
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K - 2nd
SUPER FRACTO - Fraction Card Game - 192 playing cards FRACTION CARD GAMES - Junior FRACTO ... FRACTO ... and Super FRACTO. This Fraction Card game has similar features to UNO style card games; however we did not use UNO cards to create the game. We created all the fraction art and cards for this
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3rd - 8th
Finally, a fun way to reinforce the vocabulary of literature with small groups or the whole class! This familiar activity will have students actively thinking about the language Jon Scieszka used to bring the stories in The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales to life. Because students on
⭐⭐⭐Includes:32 puzzles sheets- 16 read and build, and 16 build a sentence16 tangram cardsDraw and write sheetsMini sentence building squares********************************************************************************************************⭐Common Core ⒻⓄⒸⓊⓈ:Read common high-frequency words by s
The story of Silas Marner, written by George Elliot, is re-told here through a cast of 10 plus, reading time around 15 – 20 minutes, with supplementary discussion themes and a comprehension exercise.Truly one of the loveliest tales of love and redemption.Sample Text:Godfrey: Enough! I can’t bear to
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6th - 9th
This Christmas play was written for the kids at my church to perform. There are 13 speaking parts. Some speaking parts are fairly long and will need some work to memorize/read aloud. (For an idea of how long it is, there are about 1800 words total). There is no music, but I used the song, "What Love
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This play is time-tested and loads of fun. Core French students will enjoy its humour and the potential for physical comedy - this version of the classic story even has a fun twist in the ending. It employs useful, fairly simple vocabulary and is easy to stage. Included: a script with simple staging
This play is time-tested and loads of fun. Core French students will enjoy its humour and the potential for physical comedy. It employs useful, fairly simple vocabulary and is easy to stage. Included: a script with simple staging instructions, a story summary with a glossary, and an audio recording
This set is full of options! Perfect for dramatic play areas! Check preview to to see what's included! A few hats include:doctornurse grocery store clerknannyminorbeauticianpolice officerchefbakerartistdomestic engineercowgirltruckerice cream sellerfish merchant There’s also an option to change the
Tale of Two Cities PlayThis is one of a series of plays based on Charles Dickens’ books, What the Dickens! · A Christmas Carol· Oliver Twist· David Copperfield· Great Expectations· A Tale of Two Cities Cast of 15 (30 including crowd in brackets)Duration: Around 25 minutesSample Text:Judge: (To Dr. M
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8th - 11th
Chocolate Class Play or Assembly Cast of 30 though easily adaptable up or down. Duration around 15 - 20 minutes. Please note! This script was written by an English person so the choice of chocolates is dictated by what is in the shops in England i.e. predominantly Cadburys, Nestles and Mars products
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3rd - 8th
Chocolate Class Play for Younger Lower School Children 5 to 7 Year Olds This is a shorter simplified version of the Chocolate Class Play reflecting the younger age group for which it is intended: 5 – 7 year olds. It is a separate script i.e. has different content though the list of chocolates at the
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PreK - 2nd
Castles and Knights Class Play or Assembly Simple language but broad scope of information - script easily adapted to any age group. Although written for younger children (5 – 7-year-olds: Key Stage I) – the language is kept very simple - this class play or assembly could be used with older children
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2nd - 4th
This is a play that we created based on the book and movie Moana. In this file you will find characters and the color of clothes that they should wear. Name of songs that will be used and character lines for the entire play. You can even find the dances for some of the songs. Music and sound effects
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1st - 2nd
The “counting on” strategy is an important addition strategy primary students use. The Counting On with Spring Puzzles is a great small group or math center to practice this strategy. Simply print and laminate. The activity cards are in both color or BW. Then set out some play dough. Students
You can integrate students with no English skills into a class by showing brief videos for the transitions. It levels the playing field and soon the expressions in the songs will be falling out of your students mouth - unprompted. Music is that powerful!You can stay in the target language and manage
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Snow Play '15 300 dpi clipart in jpeg and transparent png formats. All color images. Large size. All images were created by me so my Terms Of Use are fairly simple: Conditions of use are as follows: You NO longer need to purchase a commercial license to use my designs for commercial use. These woul
A fairly quick, Level 3 study in G Major, using scale patterns that are passed from one hand to another.This piece could be transposed to C Major for extra scale practice. TERMS OF USE: © Yvonne Johnson Music. All Rights Reserved Purchasing music grants you a non-exclusive license to use the mus
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This packet of quick and easy to prepare math and literacy games is perfect for the month of November. It includes a color version to laminate and use in centers, small groups or by "fast finishers"; and a Black and White version for easy coloring or be print on colored paper and safe ink.How to pla
The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales by Jon Scieszka and Lane SmithVery funny book. I can't take credit for the song. It was written by a bunch of music teachers at a teacher workshop. Choose children to pick out instruments to represent the main characters - whatever instrument the

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