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Help your students better explore the world around them by teaching them all about the five senses. These time saver activities and worksheets will engage your students, build their vocabulary while having fun! My 5 senses packet includes sorting activities, jigsaw puzzle, describing worksheets tha
Parts of Speech for beginners! These no prep parts of speech printables are the perfect way to engage your students in practicing parts of speech - just print and go! These packs cover nouns, verbs, and adjectives.These were designed for K (with much teacher guidance) and 1st grade, but many of the
This 97 page unit is packed with activities for the five senses! Also the activities come in color and b/w choices. The writing pages come in a lined or dot-lined options, for those variety of skills. Learn about sight, taste, touch, smell, and hearing! Includes: •5 Senses Posters •5 Senses Boo
NO PREVIOUS MONTESSORI SKILLS, TRAINING, OR EQUIPMENT REQUIRED!The aim of this exercise is to allow the child to practice differentiating, labelling, and demonstrating their understanding of adjectives and their place within the noun family (article, adjective, noun). This deck focuses on Adjectives
Links the study of the sense of touch with exploring the role of adjectives in language. Each page features an opportunity for children to: 1. Glue/attach a piece of a material 2. Trace the name of the texture used 3. Paste or write adjectives that describe the materials--A "Talking about
A book a week: In The Garden by Roderick Hunt (An Oxford Owl free ebook - great for interactive whiteboards) Read the book daily for a week and complete a activity a day - oh so simple! Activities include; 3 Stretchy Snake posters with story words – print these off. I typically do these Day 1, 3
This is a Christmas grammar pack that covers nouns and adjectives. This printable includes a set of six adjective cards, six noun cards, and a sorting mat. There is a Cookies and Their Five Senses worksheet that encourages students to use adjectives to describe Christmas Cookies. There's also a c
This unit is designed to help your students develop an understanding and appreciation of how we use our five senses to understand our environment. It incorporates lessons to address the First Grade NGSS Standards about Waves: Light and Sound. This pack includes almost 6 weeks of lessons (29 days!) a
Owl Moon by Jane Yolen Comprehension ActivitiesStudents will explore figurative language and other literary elements with Jane Yolen's beautiful story, Owl Moon!Contents & concepts include...Forming ConnectionsText-to-TextText-to-SelfText-to-WorldHow to Go Owling Writing ActivityOwling through t
This fun activity allows students to develop a list of sensory details that describes one their favorite things - a piece of candy! In this case, it's a sucker or lollipop, but the document can be easily modified to fit any food item. After describing their suckers, students flip the paper over and
Get your kids excited about senses with these cute sorts. This can be used as assessment or just as a review.Adjectives are used throughout to help kids decide which sense is being referred to. CLICK THE PREVIEW TO GET A FREE SHEET!!! PLEASE NOTE THIS PRODUCT WILL BE INCLUDED IN THE SCIENCE AND
Magic Beach written by Alison Lester is a favourite Australian picture story book to read with children. This story offers an imaginative view of a trip to the beach where real activities become imaginative and fun filled adventures. Children love this imaginative rhyming book.Pages included in this
If you're sitting by the pool or on the beach, you might want to have this packet within reach. So what can you see just looking around? Do you see a bucket or toy on the ground? Maybe a ball, chair or a float; perhaps even a large or small sailboat. The things that you see will help your children
"The Apple Pie Tree" (by Zoe Hall) Speech and Language Book Companion is perfect for mixed IEP groups this fall. Activities are included for receptive and expressive language, vocabulary and word study activities, text-based articulation word lists, , story comprehension graphic organizers, and more
This poetry pack was created by many ideas coming together to form one amazing unit! By using sensory words, students can pick their own topic and write poetry with their own voice! No need to worry about rhyming or following a certain number of syllables! This poetry pack contains many activities
The lit kit addresses your literacy needs by covering both Common Core and Texas Teks in the most engaging teacher friendly way! The November Lit Kit covers 19+ standards across reading literature, foundational skills, informational text, language, writing, and speaking and listening. It truly is
eNotes Study Guides have been written, tested, and approved by active classroom teachers. Each guide takes students through a text section by section, glossing important vocabulary and encouraging active reading. Each is designed to bring students to a greater understanding of the language, plot, ch
This is a comprehensive resource for 2nd Grade Literacy Centers. By choosing this resource, you will be getting 120 2nd Grade Centers for the entire year! Each month includes 10 Common Core Aligned Literacy Centers that can be rearranged and reused throughout the year! You won't have to worry abo
This unit is based on the children’s book, Tacky the Penguin by Helen Lester. You will find activities for various subject areas including writing, language, reading, and science. The activities are closely aligned to the National Common Core Standards. Informational Texts Activities: Decodabl
Finally, Some Speech Therapy materials to go with the great story, Tuesday, by David Wiesner. This is a fun, wordless story about frogs on a frolic. While the book is not included in this packet and must be purchased separately, and while I have no affiliation with the author, I have put together
This worksheet can be used for many things. When studying the 5 senses, students can draw things that they can see, smell, hear, taste or touch in the real world. Students can also cut pictures from a magazine or add involving the 5 senses and sort them. For grammar, students can use it to write adj
Book Companion Unit for: Groundhog Gets a Say, Wake Up Groundhog, Groundhog Day by Gail Gibbons. Unit includes informational text and companion common core based printables. Comprehension skill focus is on making predictions with literature. Common core standards include strands: key ideas and detai
This bundle includes my three activities designed to help students:1. enhance knowledge of adjectives.2. improve relational vocabulary, and consider how objects may be alike or different. 3. recognize ways to describe.The three resources below address the same skills in different ways so your studen
Great resource to teach physical properties of matter and how to describe objects using our 5 senses. Each set of adjective cards are sorted by sight, smell, touch, etc. Great to engage students in vocabulary, descriptive writing and centers. You receive the color and B&W version of these card

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