Earth Helper Unit
: This Earth unit is perfect for spring or Earth Day! This pack includes a variety of activities to help your students learn how to be Earth helpers! The differentiated activities will be fun for all students, but the clear visuals make this unit particularly beneficial for students with autism or English language learners. See below for a full list of all the included activities!
Our Home, The Earth Original Story:
A simple class read-aloud with clear visuals to help your students learn about the natural resources that make Earth the perfect home!
Vocabulary Picture Cards:
This pack includes 16 color picture vocabulary cards and a pocket chart header. Also included are 4 fill-in-the bank vocabulary worksheets and 4 cut and paste vocabulary worksheets (I like to use these as homework pages in order to reinforce thematic vocabulary at home.)
Earth Helper Certificate:
Complete your Earth Helper Unit with a fun take-home certificate for each student.
I Can Take Care of the Earth! & I Can Recycle! Emergent Readers:
Print, cut in half, and staple to create a simple reader with repeated text. After reading, students can color in the pictures.
Helps the Earth/Hurts the Earth Action Sort:
Includes 8 action cards and two category headers.
Includes 15 picture cards and five category headers (paper, plastic, glass, cans/aluminum, trash).
This pack includes a cut & paste recycling sort, an Earth scavenger hunt page, and a differentiated “I can help the Earth by…” writing prompt.
If you enjoy this, you may also like my Visual Necklace
, Prediction Picture Cards
, and Sequencing Pack
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