Test Prep Super Bundle
Total cost of all products sold separately would cost $40!!
Included in Super Bundle:
★Informational Text Activities
Informational text is a huge part of the new Common Core State Standards (CCSS). This bundled resource provides your students with informational text passages. Students will read two articles, and then have to answer questions about the articles. They will have to use evidence from the text to explain their answers. Included with the articles and student questions, are answer keys and project choices for extension activities.
→The North vs the South (7-pages)
→Loyalists vs Patriots (7-pages)
→Aztec vs Inca (10-pages)
→Mount Rushmore vs Crazy Horse (10-pages)
→Pilgrims vs the Wampanoag Native Americans (8-pages)
→Black vs White Cowboys (7-pages)
★32 Key Test Prep Vocabulary Cards
The purpose of this activity is to have your students learn some of the key vocabulary for a state test in an engaging way.
→Teacher Tips (2-pages)
→32 Key Vocabulary Cards(17-pages)
→Ask, Ask, Switch, Wave Activity (6-pages)
→Quadrant Activity (1-page)
→Quadrant Examples (1-page)
★Four Key Test Prep Vocabulary Activities
The purpose of these activities is to have your students learn some of the key vocabulary for a state test in an engaging way.
→Game Board (8-pages)
→”I Have, Who Has” (5-pages)
→Matching Game (5-pages)
★Citing Evidence Slideshow
This 14-page zipped file resource is intended to prep your students for any statewide test where they will have to cite evidence in their written responses.
→13-page kid friendly resource that will walk students through what citing evidence is, some examples to work through together, and then an assignment at the end to practice.
→1-page resource that can be cut into four that includes tips on how to respond to a question that asks for evidence.
★How to Restate the Question Slideshow
This 19-page resource will help you teach students how to restate a question in their responses. This is an important skill to have, and one we have found that is lacking in the students we teach each year. This is an interactive activity that will get your students thinking and responding to questions. By the end, your students will hopefully understand the importance of restating the question in a response.
→19-page kid friendly resource that will walk students through the process of restating the question when responding to text.
★How to Write a Complete Sentence Slideshow and Game
In all of our years as elementary classroom teachers, we have never had so many students not be able to write a complete sentence. After constantly reminding students what a complete sentence is, we decided to make an interactive slide show that will engage and entertain your students while teaching them the basics of a complete sentence.
→26-page slide and game show
→Mini posters for writing a sentence to hand out
→Full page poster about sentences to display
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This is a great way for your students to learn more about these historical topics, while practicing using informational text to answer questions.
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