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I Can Build Landforms and Habitats edition books and anchor charts is an easy and manageable way to add STEM to your classroom with real photographs during a zoo, animal, map, habitat, or landform theme. Blocks and manipulatives give students the opportunity to be creative, problem-solve, develop ma
This project is a great way for students to use what they have learned about standard and metric measurement conversion. Included are six nonfiction information sheets on different endangered animals. Students are asked to convert measurement units in both metric and standard measurement systems
Earth Day activities for Earth Week and beyond! Use this resource any time you are ready to implement eco-friendly studies. This file is zipped because the games are is in separate .pdf files. Once unzipped, you will have three .pdf files at your disposal. What's included: Recycling Create-A-Book a
Differentiate your math practice and review. Easily assign students the practice that they individually need in order to scaffold up to harder problems later in the year. This has been updated to reflected the changes to the calculator policy in 2019 in which calculators are allowed on the AP Envir
Be prepared on those unexpected days with a themed activities perfect for a sub! This file is filled with lessons that revolved around one book while tackling common core standards. Each content area is scripted for a substitute with artifacts for the mini lesson and consumables for student work ti
Use this Earth Day Math Center as-is, modify, or add your own local recyclable materials! Develop foundational math skills with these Earth Day Recycling Sorting Mats. Use for Centers on Earth Day and year-round to help students become better stewards of their environment. Instructions: Print the
This is a Free sample of our Fruit and Vegetable Sorting cards. There are 8 photographic cards to sort into a Fruit or Vegetable sorting bag. Includes: 8 photographic cards 2 sorting bags Our full Fruit and Vegetable Sort include 24 photographic sorting cards Teacher's Guide Color word sorting
Do your preschool and kindergarten students need practice counting arrays of objects from 1-10? These mini posters of colorful recyclables and nature items are just right for Earth Day study and reinforcing reuse, reduce, and recycle concepts. Print and laminate the posters for durability and hang
This package offers a math Transportation center activity for counting and assembling quantities. Because this is a train, quantities can be assembled to any number. The tools can even be reduced on a printer to allow assembling quantities to 50. This teaching tool offers an understanding of numb
My students love connect the dot pages. I guess it's the whole "solving the mystery" thing. These pages provide practice in counting by 2's, 5's, and 10's and correlate with our ocean animals unit in science.
Your students will love making AB, ABB and ABC patterns with gorillas, tree frogs, anacondas, toucans and other rain forest animals! Rain forest Patterns includes 12 brightly colored pattern strips, cards to extend the patterns, follow up worksheets, and directions. Perfect for units on the rain
These engaging, hands-on activities incorporate a cross-curricular approach to learning. Students sort 56 animal cards under the following biomes of the world heading cards: Desert, Mountains, Rainforest, Wetlands, Temperate Forest, Grasslands, and Polar Regions. There is a total of 8 animal card
Students will create a booklet about 10 different rainforest animals. Facts are gathered through a Mathematical Matching game involving place value: 4-digit numbers are represented in base ten blocks, standard form, written form and expanded form. Matching the place value forms will match the facts
The environmental information stored in the growth rings of trees is extrapolated in this measuring tree rings activity. Students must precisely measure the width of each ring and correlate that with the given yearly precipitation data. A precipitation graph over the lifespan of the tree is construc
Healthy Eating: This is a great healthy food sorting activity to do with your kiddos! There are 24 photographic healthy food cards to sort into fruits and vegetables, and you can have the students sort the cards into colors. We have included a teacher guide to give you ideas on how to use these h
Earth Day Math Activities Worded Problems Features 20 Earth Day worded problems. It includes: - Each Earth Day worded problem is themed around a way to save the environment. - simple multiplication, multiplication with zeroes, two digit by two digit multiplication - simple division and division wi
Teach your students about the four seasons with this fun sorting game! I like to teach five separate units over the course of the year: one on fall, one on winter, another on spring, one on summer, and another on weather and seasons. As a whole group, we talk about the types of weather, clothes an
Earth Day Activities: Bundle VALUE: SAVE $5.00! PLUS A Bonus Boom Cards Deck: Counting to 10: Reuse, Recycle, Reduce: Self-Correcting, Digital, Paperless (With Sound!) Earth Day Resources Include: 1. Earth Day Poems/Songs 2. Earth Day Posters, Earth Day Graphing, Earth Day Pledge, Earth Day
Review the numbers 1-10 in this "Under the Sea" color by number activity! If you have a moment, please leave a comment and review. I would love to see what you think and it would make me, oh, so happy!
A creative and fun way to work with arrays when teaching multiplication strategies. Technology and math are integrated in this fun activity of finding and solving common arrays. Get the students excited about searching for and recognizing arrays that are dispersed all through our own environments.
The principles of succession can be observed as students graph the populations of three species of trees over the course of 100 years on an abandoned farm field. This resource provides the student data sheet to graph as well as custom graphic paper that comes with and without the axis labeled. This
Here is a temperature chart (last page) that your students can use to classify the temperature each day, record the temperature on the graph (first page) and summarize the data on the monthly record sheet (second page). I keep these in my students Morning Work binders and they record the temperatur
Predator and prey activities. The relationship between predator and prey populations can be observed as students graph the populations of two animal species over the course of 80 years. This resource provides two versions of student data sheet. The first set is more challenging and comes with 20 dat
Your students will love to learn about different types of transportation with this fun game! I like to teach a unit on Transportation and different ways people can get from place to place. Prior to the center activity, we brainstorm different types of transportation. As a whole group, we sort the

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