This product can be used as a review of the relative pronouns: who, whom, whose, that, & which. Students are able to identify the relative pronoun in sentences and choose the pronoun that best fits a situation. This requires students to use
This file contains a practice activity in order for students to practice differentiating between the pronouns who and whom. Students will use the he vs. him method in order to determine the correct pronoun to use.
This activity is aligned to 4th
Abstract nouns are difficult for young students to grasp. This product gives students additional practice in identifying abstract nouns, and classifying nouns as concrete or abstract. This can be used as guided or independed practice.
This is a review sheet that I used as a formative assessment. It asks students to use clues from pictures and prior knowledge to identify what type of bird has a particular beak and to explain what that beak would be best suited for (what types of
This PowerPoint file is a supplement to a unit on bats. It contains slides with defintions and pictures for the following words: cave, colonies, damage, echolocation, hibernate, mammals, migrate, nocturnal, pups, wingspan. I hope you can use this!
This activity provides students with multiple exposures and opportunities to subtract. In this activity, students will build numbers with place value chips (or base 10 blocks), model subtracting, draw pictures to show what they did, and then finally
These cards include higher-order, thought provoking questions designed to help students enjoy the story and gain valuable insight from the book! Each page contains 6 question cards for chapters in groups of 3 (Page 1 covers chapters 1-3, Page 2
This is an inquiry lesson that allows students to discover what happens as the Earth rotates. This lesson allows students to discover a relationship between the Earth, Sun, and daylight. It also provides a printable extended-response question and
This product is a great review and practice. Students read run-on sentences and use punctuation and capitalization to correct them. Students must use context clues and fluent reading in order to split the sentences correctly.
In this activity, students will use an individual pack of Skittles to graph the colors (bar & pictogroph) and divide their Skittles into equal shares.
This goes along with 3.MD.3 (graphing) and 3.OA.2
I made this product to go along with a