The activities included in this free products are designed to allow the downloader to evaluate the quality of materials available for purchase or free download from my TpT store. Each of the included downloads are available for free as individual downloads. Many are also part of a larger product available for purchase, although they work as stand-alone products also. Included files are:
Reading - "National Pistachio Day" This product contains a brief nonfiction reading comprehension passage, including a recipe for a no-cook snack, followed by a page of multiple choice comprehension questions about the passage. This product is part of my larger product, Recipes for Reading Comprehension – Spring Themes, which contains 10 reading comprehension passages and no-cook recipes, each with a set of multiple choice comprehension questions.
Writing - "What's Inside the Egg?" This activity contains teacher directions and templates for creating a writing craftivity which can be used as part of an animal life cycles unit or as a spring or Easter themed activity.
Math - "Christmas Tree Addition" and "Reindeer Counting" These two pages contain counting and addition cut and paste activities centering on a Christmas theme. These pages are part of my 55 page product, Christmas Math and Literacy Activities for the Primary Grades.
Science - "Spooky Science : Are You a Wizard?" In this fun chemistry experiment, students will take a “potions test” to see if they are a wizard! The activity is simply an experiment to observe the chemical reaction created by combining vinegar and baking soda, although students are not told the common names of the ingredients until after the experiment is completed. Reproducible student materials and “prop” materials are included.
Social Studies - "A History of Voting Rights" This single page worksheet includes a timeline for students to complete, as well as a link to an outside website with an article about the history of voting in the United States. An answer key is also included. This is part of my larger Elections Units products.
by Rebecca Bettis