I have created this product for students in second and third grade. I think it would also work nicely for higher level first graders.
This is a fun little set of Math and Literacy worksheets that can also be combined as a booklet for students to work on during Groundhog Day. After you’ve read all those terrific storybooks like “Groundhog Gets a Say”, it’s fun to have something that is related for your students to work on, even if just for a period or two.
Everything in the booklet is created around the theme of making good predictions as readers and critical math thinkers. Students will also get a good review of basic probability skills as part of the math component of this product.
Included in this resource:
• a cover page for students to color
• a spinner activity (uses a paperclip/pencil as the spinner) where students perform a probability experiment
• a page to review likely, unlikely, certain and impossible skills
• a short story where students need to make a prediction about the story’s conclusion based on the facts presented-students will also need to provide evidence from the text to support their prediction by completing a graphic organizer
• a read-the-clues page to predict occupations based on an individual’s interests
• a “design a spinner” activity based on the probability clues provided
• a probability vocabulary mini-booklet/portable anchor chart for students working below grade level or on a modified program (great for First Graders!)
The preview shows all the items included in the package. If there is something you’d like added, please let me know, I’d be happy to try and accommodate your request.
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Just a reminder, that the cover page is ink heavy and you may want to save your ink by not printing it.
Clipart by: Creative Clips