Challenge your students to do common tasks WITHOUT THEIR THUMBS! In this activity/ competition and experiment- students will see the benefit of the adaptation of the opposable thumb. The students are asked to perform various tasks as quickly as possible!This is a crowd pleaser- but with the applica
*This is an expanded version of the free token systems offered here.
These token systems can be used for elementary-aged children for behavior management and behavioral support or reinforcing correct responding or being on-task in working. There are 10 boards with different themes including princes
The question cards included in this game ask children to decide whether the action is a “thumbs up” or a “thumbs down” decision. Each question card has a picture for thumbs up and for thumbs down, so that children can use a clothespin to clip the correct answer and do the activity independently. T
This is the perfect way to review skills and get burn some energy! Kids practice a few symmetry problems then get to do a physical activity, more practice, more exercise. They LOVE it because they get to keep getting up and move! They will use their chairs and desks to do some simple exercises.
Students will sort good choices and poor choices on cut and paste activities and color code activity. They will also have the opportunity to write about making good choices on a variety of worksheets. ***Newly revised to include more scenarios September 2018****You will receive the following:-3 wor
Help children remember the difference between lowercase 'b' and 'd' with this helpful picture chart. Since children are introduced to the left to right reading and writing concept early on, teaching them to give a "Thumbs Up!" will aide them in distinguishing the 'b' and 'd' letters in those early
This is a set of counting finger clipart. There are 24 individual images that show palm sides of hands.
0 - closed fist
1 - thumb up
2 - thumb and pointer fingers up
3 - thumb, pointer, and middle fingers up
4 - thumb, pointer, middle, and ring fingers up
5 - whole hand open
This simple easy rubric is perfect for progress monitoring student learning in any elementary classroom! Students will be able to quickly show you a thumbs up if they understand the information, a thumbs to the side if they still need some more practice, or a thumbs down if they need help.The cards
Simply print and post these self-assessment posters to provide a clear visual so that students may check their own understanding and easily relay their understanding to the teacher. Post and document in your evaluation artifacts as proof that you do formative assessments with your students.
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This is a great product for back to school! It reinforces rules and expectations in a fun way. There are 24 scenario task cards.Also a 24 slide slideshow in PPT format for whole class discussion. A sentence stem slide is provided to facilitate conversations. 4 blank slides to add your own text. A PN
Have your students show you their understanding with this 3 or 4 scale Marzano-based student rubric.
Thumbs Down - I am just starting to learn this and don't understand it yet
Thumbs Sideways - I am starting to get this but I still need some help
Thumbs Up - I get it! I can do this on my own
This set has 15 crisp images (13 color images and 2 black and white versions). All files are in png formats.
Creative Clips Digital Clipart is created by Krista Wallden. All free and paid graphics may be used for personal and commercial use. No additional licenses are required, however, please rea
Use this simple form of formative assessment in your class as you have students self-assess their level of understanding using their thumbs. Teach your students this and hang these signs up for a reminder.
1. Levels of Understanding Sign
2. Thumbs Up Sign
3. Thumbs to the Side Sign
This is a FREE page for Mother's Day. We are making Thumb print heart necklaces for Mother's Day and I wanted a little something to go with them. I am going to have my students draw their face in the circle at the end of the poem and write Happy Mother's Day. We are then going to add it to a cons
This is a collection of colorful thumbs up and thumbs down. The set also includes hands in 3 different skin colors.
34 images (32 in color and 2 in B&W)
This set contains all of and only the images shown.
Images saved at 300dpi in PNG files.
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This unit has activities that are centered around the books, A Tiny Seed, Tops and Bottoms and Old Mister Rabbit.
It consists of literacy centers, math centers and writing activities and prompts. It also includes plant and bean sprout journals with directions on how to sprout beans. It also inclu
“Check for Understanding” Thumb PostersDirections: Cut out these 4 signs, laminate them, and tape them together with clear tape on the back side. (This makes for easy foldable storage when you need to pack up for the summer!) This poster encourages a quick and easy formative assessment to check yo
Three Point Marzano Rubric that is perfect for primary students! It is designed to be used with the Marzano evaluation system.
2 Versions included! The first is a space-saving poster with all three levels on one page. The second has each level on a separate page with a header. Prin
This Counting Fingers Clipart set contains 72 image files, including 12 black & white and 60 in color (5 skins tones). All images have a 300 dpi resolution with a transparent background, to get crisp images in your projects!It comes with left and right hands in a variety of skin tones as well as
This cute little activity can be printed, cut out, and laminated. The children can then circle "thumbs up" if the words rhyme, and "thumbs down" if they don't with a dry erase marker. Simply call out each word to them, ask them if they rhyme or "sound the same" and have them circe the correct thumb.
Use the cards as an informal strategy to check for understanding and keep everyone engaged. Students respond to a whole group question by putting up a thumbs up for “yes” and thumbs down for “no”. Easy prep - print, laminate, cut and glue to popsicle sticks!Includes eight background colors.
In this lab, students will demonstrate the how the evolution of the opposable thumb has benefited humans in their development.
The students will perform everyday activities with the use of their thumbs, and without the use of their thumbs.
7 thought provoking conclusion questions included.
* Follows Common Core Standards *This 32-page booklet-style Novel Study (a total 65 pages including answer key) is designed to follow students throughout the entire book.The questions are based on reading comprehension, strategies and skills. The novel study is designed to be enjoyable and keep the