Take Home Assignment: Students will use this booklet to review a restaurant while they are out to dinner. Very FUN and easy to use booklet with built in categories and scaffolding. My students LOVE this project. We use these booklets to write letters to the restaurants and we later mail them. S
Teach your students to write like a food critic!
This is a very fun and engaging unit for students in 6th-10th grade. Students love to write about food and restaurants. This will be just the hook they need to get into your descriptive writing unit!
This unit can last 2 or more weeks depending on
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How To Write a Movie Review is a 6-page printable writing activity. The resource includes
• an introductory page with tips for teachers
• 4 pages of information about the job of a reviewer and questions the review
A huge hit each and every year! The students actually beg to work on it! Easily usable for fourth through eighth grade. A great unit through which to address narrative and expository style writing, developing and supporting a thesis, descriptive writing, similes and metaphors, using mentor texts, co
This is a cute activity to use when working on explanatory and opinion writing. Students have to pretend they are a "reviewer" of restaurants. They have to make up a fictional restaurant and write a review of it. The pack consists of a title page, a description page of the fictional restaurant, a
This is a differentiated writing activity that gives your students the opportunity to show what they have learned in a unit on food. There is a check list page, vocabulary page, restaurant vocabulary page, brainstorming page, and 2 options for writing the review.
Students choose a restaurant to re
Students learn informative writing in a real-world setting. This 9-page writing activity helps students hone expository writing skills by learning how to write a restaurant review.
The reproducible packet includes
• a 2-page introduction emphasizing the importance of audience and purpose for the
This is a great power point to use when teaching students how to write a restaurant review. I used this in my journalism class. It gives step by steps instructions in what to look for, consider, and ask when giving a restaurant review. Each slide has a colored picture to go along with what it is tal
Spanish Restaurant Review + Commands Project: Buen Provecho
Spanish project, Spanish informal commands, affirmative commands, negative commands in Spanish, Spanish food vocabulary, Buen Provecho chapter
This project allows student to create and present a presentation completely in Spanish!
This is a great graphic organizer to use for students who need to write a restaurant review. It includes multiple questions to answer and is categorized into 12 different sections. I used this in my journalism class when we were writing different types of articles for the newspaper. The graphic orga
Are you looking for practical reading experiences for your student or child? Then you've come to the right place! This functional text is one of many in my shop. Students will have a chance to closely a realistic business review with questions.
This sixteenth functional text practice includes tw
Kids love to talk about the movies they go to and the video games that they play! They also talk about their family restaurant trips and the BIG sports games!
What not let them write a review on their books, movies, restaurants, and video games! Also, give the class an update on their favorite
This is a handout that describes for your students how to write a restaurant review! Complete with rubric!
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This set of activities includes the following:
1. A reading activity in which students read restaurant views and identify the speaker's opinions about the restaurant
2. A speaking activity in which students discuss the pros and cons of visiting this restaurant
3. A writing activity (with rubric) in
Need an opinion piece for your students' Writing Portfolios? This is a great way to guide your students to review a restaurant and write their own opinion piece while rating the restaurant on several different levels.
They will write the rough draft at home, bring it to school for conferencing, an
This project is to be used when teaching the food/dining unit "La Comida" in Spanish. The project follows the basic ideas of the website Yelp! which is basically a social networking site where users can review/rate restaurants based on their experiences. Students are provided with a guide for what
I use this guided writing activity to help student write their own restaurant reviews. If by chance, they can't remember the last time they've eaten out, then they can use the school cafeteria for their reviews.
Send this home with your students as a part of your opinion writing unit. Students review two restaurants and write their opinions of both, with the help of their notes.
*Note: As an extension to this lesson, have the students write an opinion piece about which restaurant was better, and why. If
Your students will love creating teen magazines with this authentic writing project that directly aligns with the Common Core! In groups, students engage in Research, Persuasive, and Informative writing as they write, edit, assemble, and publish their own teen magazines.
Working in groups of 4, 5,
Set up a fun Bakery (or Valentine-themed bakery) in your dramatic play center. Students can make and sell cookies, cinnamon rolls, cupcakes and more in the Sweet Shop bakery! The materials in this kit will help your students apply reading, writing and math skills in an authentic way while they play
This Google drive activity includes a set of vocabulary pages and a set of activities for your students to do on their Google drive or OneNote accounts - no copying, no papers!
The vocabulary set includes 23 slides of different foods. Some of them are French specialties such as ratatouille, mousse
This "SUMMER EDITION" 30-Day Writing Challenge for 3rd and 4th graders contains a variety of engaging writing material for your students. There are 30 different writing activities (2 sheets per activity, created to be copied back-to-back and bound into a book, if you choose). For a total of 60 wri
This is an entire weekly unit on El Restaurante - food and adjectives (check out our other week "El cafe" for desserts and drinks!). It contains vocabulary, a menu project, grammar (2 verbs - conjugated + infinitive with pronouns), TPR practice, restaurant response writing/speaking, multiple quizzes
Turn your housekeeping center into an ice cream shop! This kit includes directions to make pretend food, menus, order slips, shelf labels and more. Your students will be able to use their budding reading, writing and math skills while they play.
Not only will your students practice their social ski
The Pizza Dramatic Play Center will help your students apply their budding reading, writing and math skills to their play time. This kit includes signs, menus, order slips, directions for creating pretend food and more!
Are your students ready for some fun? Are you looking for ways for them to appl
Use this kit to turn your housekeeping center into a pretend fast food restaurant! The materials in this kit include menus, order slips, restaurant reviews, directions to make pretend food and more!
Not only will your students practice their social skills and organizational skills, they will also h
This "SUMMER EDITION" 30-Day Writing Challenge for 1st and 2nd grade contains a variety of engaging writing material for your students. There are 30 different writing activities (2 sheets per activity, created to be copied back-to-back and bound into a book, if you choose). For a total of 60 writi
This performance task includes a launch document and grading rubric as well as all four checkpoints with directions, neatly arrange so that students know exactly what they are to be doing and when each component is due. By the end of the task students will be able to discuss food and drink, restaura
Includes 4 dramatic play centers! Little ones love to use their imaginations and dramatic play centers allow them to do it! This bundle includes everything you need for a fun home living/housekeeping center, plus options for turning your dramatic play center into a kitchen, a bakery, a fast food res
Are you the parent or teacher of a student who will be taking a road trip? Are you looking for some meaningful activities that will ease boredom during a long drive, but still address writing, math, and geography skills? Do you have a vacation planned but want to make sure that your child's brain
Looking for a fun, engaging way for your students to practice opinion writing? Look no further! This product will allow your students to write a 3 or 5 paragraph review of their favorite (or least favorite) restaurant!
I designed this activity to correlate with the common core (grades 2-5) Opinion
Have students self assess their own writing with this handy tool. Or use in partners for peer assessment. These checklists go along with the TC or Lucy Caulkins Writing Unit: Writing Reviews for 1st Grade.
Checklists included for:
24 page packet of Persuasive Reviews
**To be used as mentor texts and examples for students to read when teaching a unit on persuasive writing**
Packet includes 4 sections:
Reviews are VERY student friendly and include a text-review and r
This is a fully loaded packet with hours of activities. This packet is great for vacations, traveling, road trips, long car rides, etc. This packet included educational activities, writing, reading, games, and cooperative learning activities. There are also great questions to generate family disc
This is an Activity Sheet- like the placemats at restaurant. This has a review section with notes about place value and comparing numbers. It includes a vocabulary wordsearch, a coloring page which also enhances place value, and a maze. This can be used for Early Work or between assignment fillers.
Turn your dramatic play center or housekeeping center housekeeping center into a pretend taco shop - a perfect theme for Cinco de Mayo or Hispanic Heritage Month. Allow your students to use their imaginations as they visit the preschool or kindergarten taco stand to order favorite foods! Quickly pri
**This product is a writing add-on to my Run a Restaurant - Math PBL Enrichment Project**
Have your kids loved running their restaurant?! Extend the project into ELA by having your students create a menu for their restaurant. Students will have to use juicy adjectives to describe the food at their
*** A MAGAZINE STYLE MEMORY BOOK Grades 1-6 ***
This super stylish super cute memory book is sure to become a treasured keepsake. Especially designed to have a modern and artsy flair, these memory pages will keep your students engaged until the last days of school. Included are 14 cover pages fo
Central Question: Should Andrew Jackson be honored as a "good" President?
You will create a four course meal menu to best represent the legacy of Andrew Jackson. There will be four main parts to your meal, each that will portray a specific event or action associated with the legacy of Andrew Jackso
This creative Traveling Library consists of 40 reproducible book pages with a wide variety of themes and topics to promote year round writing and reading. The matching printable covers, make book assembly colorful and convenient. We have also included a “Traveling Library Rules” page to help complet
The topic of the unit is eating in restaurants, so it is about how to talk about foods and experiences in restaurants. In this particular lesson, students read a webpage with restaurant descriptions. They will also learn several adjectives to describe restaurants and how to write a restaurant review
Looking for a fun way to get your kids excited about literacy? These monthly literacy projects integrate reading and writing in a way that your kids will love! Students will be required to read a variety of texts and then share their projects with their classmates. There are enough project ideas fo
This is an interpretive and presentational activity wherein students analyze real restaurant reviews from TripAdvisor.com. Students are then asked to write their own critiques of a visit to a restaurant. I did this activity with my students after an actual field trip to a French restaurant.