Students use the fun emoji cards as well as scenario cards to draw conclusions as to how Suki is feeling during different parts of the story. Suggestions are given for how to use this product. It could be used whole group, small group, or as an
This is really two activities in one! Use whole group, small group, or as a work station. In this file you receive a compare and contrast sign, phrase cards for students to put under Compare/Same and Contrast (Different) for schools today and long
Two activities in one! Read the story, "Red-Eyed Tree Frog," by Joy Cowly, to your students. Then, have students find cause/effect matches. Also included are additional pictures of red-eyed tree frogs that are numbered for students to practice
Use this resource the first few weeks of school to build community, teach teamwork and discussion norms, set up Kagan structures, and just have fun! Each suggested book comes with a set of cards that you can make and laminate for each group or
This activity was designed to go with the story, "Wolf!" from Imagine It. Students must determine fantasy and reality. Included are Fantasy and Reality anchor charts and playing cards as well as a student record sheet for note-booking.
After reading, "Day and Night in the Desert," by the editors of Click Magazine, students will be introduced to the concept of classify and categorize via an anchor chart and three charts that show different ways to classify and categorize shapes.
This activity was created to complement the story, Back to School. Students apply the skill of compare and contrast to the story. I have created an "Alike" and "Different" heading as well as cards with details from the story. Students read and
After reading the poem, "And the Answer Is...?" Use this set of printable cards to laminate and reinforce rhyme with your students. The cards can be used whole-group, small group, or in an independent work station. Student response sheet
Have students reconstruct this simple nursery rhyme with very little prep. Colorful graphics and simple text will allow students to practice fluency and sequence of events. Print two for self-checking system! Then, use just graphics provided and