This PowerPoint teaches complex sentences on the most basic level. The students will tell the difference between simple, compound, and complex sentences. The 4 lessons include definitions, examples, independent/group practice, and answer
This is a versatile reading menu that can be used for independent reading assignments or as part of center rotations. It includes four categories with a total of 20 engaging activities that appeal to various interests. This is a simple, efficient
This set of mini-lessons teaches subject and object pronouns on the most basic level. The lessons include a game, definitions, examples, practice and answer keys. Each lesson can be adapted for whole group or small-group instruction & for
This PowerPoint introduces action and linking verbs using an interactive word sort and a class game that involves movement. The lessons provide definitions, examples, practice, and answer keys. The students will work in small groups and
This PowerPoint lesson introduces the Ideas portion of 6 Traits Writing using picture books: The Ugly Duckling, The Little Red Hen, and The Three Little Pigs.
Time: 20 min. teaching, 20-40 min. student writing
From: crystal's Creative Classroom
This PopwerPoint teaches singular and plural pronouns through short interactive mini-lessons. The lessons include a word sort, definitions, examples, practice, and and answer keys.
Time: 6 lessons, 15-20 min. each
From: Crystal's Creative Classroom
This unit focuses on teaching voice in narrative writing. This unit uses a variety of strategies including teacher modeling, partner/group work, independent revisions, and class discussion. There are four lessons that include definitions of
This unit teaches singular and plural nouns in an interactive and engaging manner. The lessons include a word sort, definitions, examples, practice, and answer keys.
Time: 4 lessons that take 10-20 min. each
From: Crystal's Creative Classroom
This unit focuses on teaching organization in narrative writing. This unit uses a variety of strategies including teacher modeling, partner/group work, independent revisions, and class discussion. There are two lessons that focus on creating
This PowerPoint includes two lessons that teach sentence fluency using the picture book Come On, Rain! by Karen Hesse as the mentor text. The lessons are easily adaptable to another picture book. The lessons promote student interaction and revision
This PowerPoint presentation teaches compound sentences in an easy, practical way. The presentation includes examples, practice questions, and an answer key for each lesson. There are 4 lessons that take 15-25 min. to teach.
This item is a collection of 5 poetry centers. The activities can be used with the whole class, a small group, or as independent/buddy centers. The types of poems included are cinquain, haiku, acrostic, couplet, and parts of a poem. Each center
This is a PowerPOint that teaches students the difference between the subject and predicate in sentences. Examples, practice questions, and answers are included. There are 4 lessons that will each take about 15-25 minutes to teach.
This collection of mini-lessons teaches the basics of adverbs in a simple, interactive fashion. The practice slides may be completed as part of a whole group lesson, with a partner, or independently. A game and answer keys are included. This product
This narrative/creative writing menu has 17 engaging and varied activities for students to complete independently or in center rotations. This is a great way to incorporate differentiated instruction that is based upon student interest.
This is a multiplication game that gives students practice computing 2 digit by 1 digit, 3 digit by 1 digit, and 2 digit by 2 digit multiplication problems. This can be used as a small group lesson or a center activity. You can even play it with the
This center reviews types of sentences (declarative, imperative, interrogative, exclamatory). The students will read several sentences and decide the type of each. This activity is hands-on and student-directed. It can be completed independently,
English Language Arts
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
Lesson Plans (Individual), Activities, Literacy Center Ideas
This PowerPoint is a great way to teach the difference between a sentence and a fragment and the 4 types of sentences (interrogative, declarative, imperative, exclamatory). There is a fun, interactive game that engages the students. Practice
This PowerPoint based game is a complete review of all major measurement concepts in elementary. There are 5 categories containing 5 questions each. The questions in each category are more difficult as the point values increase. It's just like the
This PowerPoint facilitates the review of measurements concepts in the form of the famous Jeopardy game! There is a total of 25 questions in 5 different categories. The directions and answers are included. The PowerPoint has links set up so that it