This is a film worksheet meant to accompany the movie, "The Wizard of Oz." Students watch the film (at home or in class) and record character traits and supporting evidence for each of the main characters. On the back of the sheet, students answer
This is a worksheet for grades 4-8 that helps students to review the concept of character traits. The teacher should read the story of "The Three Little Pigs" aloud. Students then fill in the animal outlines with the character qualities of the wolf
This is a worksheet that goes along with the "Anansi the Spider" fables. The teacher will need Anansi fables to read (from a book or an online source). While the teacher reads several fables about the trickster, Anansi, students complete the
This is an AWESOME worksheet that allows students to work in groups to teach themselves how solve for a literal variable. (can also be used to promote an entire class discussion that is teacher lead if not wanting students to work in groups)
This is a folk tale I have retold to include many examples of figurative language. Students read the folk tale, articulate the theme, and record examples of figurative language such as simile, metaphor, idiom, personification, and hyperbole. Great
This is a quiz that gives students credit for not only answering correctly, but also for using complete sentences and rephrasing the questions in the answers. Quizzes concepts of theme, idiom, simile, hyperbole, metaphor.
A halfsheet quiz (there are two halfsheets included for ease of copying) that tests students on their knowledge of the difference of their, they're, and there. Could also be used as a practice worksheet.
This is a worksheet that accompanies the film "Hook." Students list character traits for Peter at the beginning and end of the film, which they then use to answer questions about how characterization affects the plot, conflict, and resolution of a
This worksheet is meant for students to practice what they have learned regarding combining like terms and distribution. The last column is for students to apply what they have practiced on problems that ask students to first distribute and then to
This worksheet exposes students to inequalities through math and words. Requiring students to use words in conjunction with math in trying to understand inequalities great speeds up the learning process. Please note that students should be required
This is a generic worksheet that can be used with any biographical or autobiographical film. Students describe the person, his or her accomplishments, and important facts about his or her life. Students must also record whether the film is a
This is a great introduction to Cornell Notes for middle school students. Can be given as in class guided notes or homework and includes directions for writing a summary of notes in paragraph form at the end.