Alissa Walters
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These activities will help students practice making generalizations in a fun way. Students learn about 12 monsters by reading their fact cards. In the first activity, the students can either work on this as a center or as a worksheet. As a center,
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I created this sorting activity for my students to help them recognize the difference between something specific and a generalization. The students can cut and glue or write in (your call) their answers for sorting the information into the two
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I created this activity as a fun way to practice generalizations. I made a picture that is unfinished. I then made a table that has statements for the children to decide whether they are generalizations or not. Across from each statement in the
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I created this PowerPoint to teach children the basics up to telling time to the minute. I use it as an introduction for my third graders (who should know how to read time to the nearest 5 minutes when they get to me) and then I show it again at the
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3.9
This packet offers six of my making generalizations activities (you can also buy each one separately on this site). Each activity has the directions on the worksheets and they all include answer keys. Here is a quick breakdown of what the activities
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This is a PowerPoint lesson I have created. I use it with my Eno board, but it can be used with any interactive whiteboard (including Smart Boards) that can open PowerPoints. I teach it for 15.1 in Houghton Mifflin, but it can be used on its own to
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3.9
In this farm themed activity students will continue to help the farmer & his wife to find the perimeters. This time the students will practice answering perimeter word problems to help the farmer's friends. This activity includes: A perimeter
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This version of Making Generalizations helps students understand that generalizations should be true for most of the group, for most of the time. This simple activity allows students to read generalizations and decide whether they are true for the
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These 3rd grade Common Core activities will compare fractions with the same denominators. I have created each set of worksheets with the same problems in three different formats. (for a total of 3 different sets of problems) The first worksheet has
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This was created as a center activity. The cards have the endings -ed, -ing. I cut out the cards and laminate them. I make copies of the worksheet that goes with it. I then put all the cards into a sandwich bag and place it at the center. The
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This is an updated version of my original Making Generalizations activity. I have included an introduction that explains what a generalization is. The children read the statements on the cards. Then, they cut the statements out and paste them into
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This was created as a center activity. The cards have the endings -er, -est. I cut out the cards and laminate them. I make copies of the worksheet that goes with it. I then put all the cards into a sandwich bag and place it at the center. The
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I created this center for the students to practice their addition properties (Associative, Commutative, and Identity). The students will help out the farmer with his crow problem by matching the crow cards with property examples with the scarecrow
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I created this "checklist" as a fun way for students to break up the editing skills they are to use with their writing into small, manageable tasks. Each box has a different task such as checking for capitals in the beginning of sentences, circling
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Hello! I created this tiered set of closed syllable activities in order to help my students practice identifying closed syllables in a fun way. In this activity the students will help figure out which pirate finds the buried treasure. The first
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I created this partner activity to help students practice the diphthongs oy, oi, au, aw, ow, ou. In this fun activity students will work with a partner to spell dictated words. They will identify the correct diphthong and place pieces on a snowman
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These 3rd grade Common Core activities will compare fractions with the same numerators & different denominators. I have created each set of worksheets with the same problems in three different formats. (for a total of 3 different sets of
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These 3rd grade Common Core activities will compare fractions using benchmark numbers. I have created each set of worksheets with the same problems in three different formats. (for a total of 3 different sets of problems) The first worksheet has
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Papers, Papers, Papers. It seems like that's all I have everywhere in my room! The last thing I wanted was another set of 24 papers for anecdotal records to carry around or sort through as I was taking notes. So... Here is a set of three
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I have been teaching third grade since 2009, however I have been in the classroom for 15 years. I have taught multiple grade levels between pre-k and 6th. I have also taught general education classes and inclusion classes.

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