Your students will love to read this cute story about a boy named Jason and his puppy Peanut! You can project this story on your board and read it together as a class, you can print and give each student their own copy to read, or it can be done in
The story is designed to be read together as a class as you discuss RL 2.3 Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges. After reading and discussing have students answer the question page. If you are addressing this
Your students will enjoy reading the story Celia goes to the Circus. You can make copies and give each student their own story to read or project the story on your board and read it together as a class. (Could also be done in small groups) After
This story is a sequel to my original Peanut the Poodle story.(However it can also stand on it's own) This activity is slightly more challenging than the original to be used later on in the school year when working through RL 2.3 Describe how
Your students will enjoy reading Charlie's Snow Day, and will be able to make many text to self connections. Students can read the passage independently and answer the questions, this could be done in a whole group setting, or part of a guided
You students will enjoy reading this passage about a young girl whose best friend is moving away. Students will be able to make connections and answer rich comprehension questions. Your students can read this passage independently and you can
2.NBT.6 Add up to four two-digit numbers using strategies based on place value and properties of operations.
Use these example practice problems to introduce 2.NBT.B.6 to your students. Each questions shows 2 possible ways to solve.
A fun hands-on math station or math center to use with 2nd or 3rd graders.
You will need:
A game board, a dice, small foam shapes (you can use counters or any small manipulative of your choice) and the recording sheet. **Calculators optional to
This product contains a task card for each of the 5 global text structures. (Description, Sequence, Compare and Contrast, Cause and Effect, Problem and Solution) You will also receive a graphic organizer sheet to record information from each task
It's that time of year again, FALL is here and that means your students are ready to write about all the great things that happen in this awesome season. I have included shape poem examples to get your students started out on the write path. After