Leap Year Bulletin Board, Writing Prompt, & Activity Pages

Leap Year Bulletin Board, Writing Prompt, & Activity Pages
Leap Year Bulletin Board, Writing Prompt, & Activity Pages
Leap Year Bulletin Board, Writing Prompt, & Activity Pages
Leap Year Bulletin Board, Writing Prompt, & Activity Pages
Leap Year Bulletin Board, Writing Prompt, & Activity Pages
Leap Year Bulletin Board, Writing Prompt, & Activity Pages
Leap Year Bulletin Board, Writing Prompt, & Activity Pages
Leap Year Bulletin Board, Writing Prompt, & Activity Pages
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(3 MB|42 pages)
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Have materials to both educate your students about leap year and celebrate leap year!

You receive (please see the preview file for pictures of each):

  • Patterns, printables, instructions (with pictures), writing prompts, and titles/bulletin board letters (in color and ink-saving black and white) for a student-made leap year bulletin board - everything you need to create a "frog-tastic" leap year display that gets students to think about what they will do with the extra day they get this leap year (With the extra day in the year I will...). 3 bulletin board titles from which to choose ("Hoppy" Leap Year, An "Un-frog-ettable Leap Year, and We're Making This Leap Year "Un-frog-ettable").
  • Let's Learn About Leap Year Page - facts about leap year plus comprehension questions to check student understanding
  • How Far Can You Leap? Activity & Page - students estimate (make predictions) about how far they think they can leap forward, students measure how far they actually leap forward in inches, and then they calculate the difference between the two (their predictions and their actual leaps).
  • Leap "Four" Leap Year Math Page 1 - Students color all the lily pads in the pond that equal 4 plus complete fill in the blank questions.
  • Leap "Four" Leap Year Math Page 2 - Students complete the timeline with the years in which leap years will occur.

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With prompting and support, ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
Directly compare two objects with a measurable attribute in common, to see which object has “more of”/“less of” the attribute, and describe the difference. For example, directly compare the heights of two children and describe one child as taller/shorter.
Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1).
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