These cards are a fun way to review the geography of Ancient Egypt. They can be used individually or in small groups.
Copy the pages onto cardstock and cut out. Fold each card into a book, with the question is on top. Have groups write the answer
This is a letter identification tool for K or 1st grade students. The student is asked to identify a capital or lowercase letter in each row. I used this product as a letter identification assessment with one of my special education students.
This is an awesome project that I did with my fifth graders at the end of a poetry unit. They loved seeing their hard work published! It would also be great to use at the end of the year as a reflection piece.
This project includes the book
This is a great introduction to the concept of poetry! The first page is a brainstorming sheet to get your students thinking about what poetry actually is. I also included the definition of opetry for the students to fill in and the answer page.
Use this quiz as an alternative to a matching vocabulary test. All questions are in sentence form. I created this to use for a special education social studies class, but it can be used for all students as a quiz or a review.
This is a truly engaging persuasive writing piece. I created this group of graphic organizers for a group of reluctant writers in my fifth grade special education class. I began each section of the essay (topic sentence, introduction, body