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Do you love incorporating math and literature? Help your students grasp the tricky skill of elapsed time with this paired literature activity. This product should be used after reading Scaredy Squirrel by Melanie Watt (the first book). Students will invent their own activities for Scaredy to complete during his day, with times for each. Students will then have to figure out how much time has passed between each activity. This template is set up just like the book, so teachers can refer back to t
2nd - 4th
Students use this incredible template to write their own Scaredy Squirrel book.
1st - 3rd
Pair with the book "Scaredy Squirrel" -- what would your emergency kit look like? Draw pictures of what you would put in your emergency kits. If age appropriate, students can narrate their drawings with words. If not, students can tell verbally about the items in their emergency kits. Works great for literacy centers or can be done individually!
PreK - 1st
Scaredy Squirrel : Jargon Journal Vocabulary Curriculum Download this unit for FREE to see what our Jargon Journal Vocabulary Curriculum is all about! Jargon Journal is a weekly vocabulary curriculum tied to picture books. This unit correlates with the book Scaredy Squirrel by Melanie Watt. Students practice 4 vocabulary words each week and record their thinking in an interactive journal. The packet includes: • Vocabulary Words (for posting on the board during discussions) • Word Cards th
1st - 3rd

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As you read the story: Scaredy Squirrel makes a friend by Melanie Watt, encourage children to think about what Scaredy Squirrel might be feeling when making a new friend. They will then consider how they felt coming back to school. Students will realize that they share similar feelings with Scaredy Squirrel, and that in the end they have a classroom full of friends! This craftivity is a great way to excite students about reading and writing. It is also a great bulletin board activity for the
1st - 4th
This mini-lesson includes:- A colourful and interactive Google Slides Presentation- Drawing Prompts for Students- Comprehension Questions for Scaredy Squirrel at the Beach
Do you know Scaredy Squirrel? Even though he's very timid and hesitant and well planned he and his books (by Melanie Watt) can and should invade your classroom for a week or two. This art and writing project are a great way for your students to explain just who Scaredy is.
K - 3rd
This worksheet is to be used with the book "Scaredy Squirrel" it can be colored and has a lesson that you can talk with the children about "What makes them afraid?"
PreK - 2nd
This is a fun game to play when you have a few minutes of down time. Mix up the cards and give each child a card. The person with the letter A card get to go first. The student will read the card and the student with that letter will follow--this continues through the alphabet.
PreK - K
This is a vocabulary pack and spelling word list to use along with the book Scaredy Squirrel. Included: Vocabulary and Spelling Word Lists Vocabulary and Spelling Word Cards In my store you will find this product as a complete bundle along with: Vocabulary Foldable Vocabulary Test If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. Clipart is from: Copyright © 2017 Jessica Hames All rights r
This smartboard activity is great anytime but especially at the beginning of the school year to discuss being nervous to leave your house and family. After reading the book this smartboard lesson focuses on recognizing the letters of the alphabet and sorting the letters. Students will love watching the correct letter nuts disappear.
Use this Scaredy Squirrel Directed Drawing activity paired with any Scaredy Squirrel book! Your kids will love having a chance to draw this cute squirrel. It would also make a lovely bulletin board display during any time of the year!This step by step drawing shows all 8 steps for drawing scaredy squirrel!Materials needed:- Black markers- Crayons and/or watercolors- White paperUse this during distance learning, in class learning, as easy sub plans, or just to give a break from everyday class wor
This is a 3 activity preview of 10 Literacy Activities for Scaredy Squirrel Goes Camping. It contains: An Emergency Kit (craftivity) A Literature Connection sheet An Interview with Scaredy Squirrel sheet
Enhance student engagement and creativity with this FREEBIE mini read aloud guide for Scaredy Squirrel by Melanie Watt. These open ended activities will work great with students K-3. With little to no prep required, this guide is PERFECT for substitute teachers, student teachers, or classroom teachers looking to expand their Read Aloud toolkit. This mini guide includes:- A read aloud guide for one session of reading Scaredy Squirrel.- Pre-made sticky notes guide for easy read aloud preparation.-
This is a freebie venn diagram to compare two of Nick Bland's picture books: Monster Chef and A Monster Wrote Me a Letter. Both picture books would be terrific for Halloween, as would my other resource in my store (and a freebie) for Creepy Carrots. You can read about these titles and pick up the other freebies from my blog posts here:
Did your school just adopt the new HMH Into Reading (Houghton Mifflin) program? This resource was made to supplement that series. This FREEBIE is a SAMPLE of the complete resource. The complete resource includes all you need to supplement your new program. The activities in this resource easily allow you to differentiate for the needs of the learners in your classroom. These activities for Into Reading Module One are perfect for whole class instruction, small group instruction, center work, and
Enjoy 100+ free lessons and teaching ideas from members of Teacher Talk who are a part of The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative.Teacher Talk members write educational blog posts throughout the year. This free eBook contains all of the links to their 2019 Teacher Talk blog posts. It also has links to thousands of other free lessons that you may use in your classroom. IF YOU ARE NOT ABLE TO OPEN THE FILE, PLEASE EMAIL ME at Be sure to include your email addre
This poetry lesson includes a poem with strong characters, a scared squirrel and two overzealous dogs. The poem, puppet theater, and inference activity encourage student understanding of character motivation, provide ample evidence to support multiple character inferences, and facilitate discussion, even at a young age.
These are Addition and Subtraction worksheets which form as a great resource for homeschooling parents and teachers and help the kids have fun while keeping them engaged. These are PRINT Addition and Subtraction word problems. Just print and hand out. They are designed to make students apply their arithmetic skills and to make them think. The story behind each Addition and Subtraction worksheets help them relate and urge them to solve accurately and fast. . Kids enjoy reading the story, conne
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