This packet includes two print and go pages. Each page has two short articles with differing points of view. Then students answer questions comparing the passages or describing the author's point of view.
Topics are: Best Pet, Recess Time
This is 30-45 minute science investigation guides students through the scientific method while exploring how blubber helps arctic animals stay warm.
This comes with:
- Teacher Instructions
- Student Lab Report
- Student Data Collection Sheet
This Leafy Surprise science experiment includes:
- Volunteer Guide
- Word Study- Variable
- Reading Passage and Questions
- Lab Report
This experiment happens over 2 days, about 30 minutes each day.
The reading/ procedure passage and
Sea Monkeys are such fun and interesting classroom pets. I put together this reading passage to help my 3rd graders learn about these creatures.
2 passage - estimated lexile 720 and 850
1 page of comprehension questions covering main
This is a two-day experiment that takes approximately 30 minutes each day. The lab report walks students through the steps of the scientific method. My students love candy-based experiments, and the overnight wait really builds the suspense in this
This is a 30-45 minute science investigation into how birds (specifically penguin) feathers keep them dry even while swimming.
-3 pages of student lab work including making hypothesis, gathering data, and drawing
This is a fun and surprising investigation into what air is, does, and the space it takes up.
Student Lab Reports
Background Passage- 2 lexile levels
I love having clear directions and conversation
This pack has three short stories. Each story gives students 3 ending choices. Students choose the best fit ending and explain why the ending is the best choice using text evidence.
Includes an answer key.
I have used them to do a whole class,
A graphic organizer for students to make text connections as they read. Guides students into writing deeper connections that help them understand a character, make predictions or better understand a story. Then students write an extended response