An activity in order to practise comparatives by creating a further student-based material communicative game. They need to invent their own rocket, draw it and write its characteristics. Go to "rocket comparison sheet" if you want to get the
After having creating their own projects (go to rocket card on my TPT), they have to compare their rockets with a classmates and complete this rocket report; everything aiming at learning comparatives orally and written.
Here there is a flipbook to practise types of forces: pull and push, contact and non-contact and balanced and unbalanced; magnetic forces and magnetic objects and some easy questions about gravity. I hope you like it!
Here you can reward you students with Dojo Dollars every time they get Dojo points. I normally work with them every Friday before going home, we count how many points the students got during the week and praised those who made a great effort, and I
Here there are some rewards that my students can buy with the Dojo Dollars they get every week (you can download the Dojo Dollars in my account!)
I printed them on a normal paper and glued them on a black cardboard, which I cut with these fun