Seashore Learning Collection Bundle

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1st - 3rd
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    Are your students interested in the seashore? Are they ready for summer vacation? Do they like to go to the beach? Are you teaching summer school?

    This seashore bundle is a great end of the year activity to review literacy as well as math skills. It also will work great for summer school, or even starting off the school year.

    I would also recommend it for those dreary winter days when one needs to escape the winter doldrums and pretend it is summer.

    The Beach Unit contains 10 different activities:

    • Seashore Themed Graphing (Math)
    • Addition and Subtraction Matching (Math)
    • Seashore Math Story Problems (Math)
    • Seashore Themed Writing Paper for Writer's Workshop (Writing)
    • Make Sand Landforms (Social Studies)
    • Five Senses Brainstorm About the Seashore (Science)
    • Seashore Sort and Race -2 games for long vowel practice (Reading Foundations)
    • Seashore Inference Stories (Reading Comprehension)
    • Does it Float? (Science)
    • "Catch a Wave" Noun and Verb Sort (Language)

    The Bundle also contains three of these activities in digital form:

    Seashore Math Story Problems

    Drawing Seashore Conclusions

    Seashore Themed Noun or Verb?

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    This was designed for second graders at the end of the year. Most activities would be appropriate for high first graders and would be great beginning of the year review for third graders.

    For other End of Year products please see:

    Combined Word Work, Math, Science and Social Studies: Review Scoot or Task Cards

    Seashore Theme Unit

    Camping Theme Unit

    For End of Year Freebies please see:

    Academic Summer Games

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    Introduce the topic or text they are writing about, state an opinion, and create an organizational structure that lists reasons.
    Form and use the past tense of frequently occurring irregular verbs (e.g., sat, hid, told).
    Form and use frequently occurring irregular plural nouns (e.g., feet, children, teeth, mice, fish).
    Use collective nouns (e.g., group).


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