This document has 30 QR codes with singular nouns.
Students scan the code to reveal the singular noun and then decide how to make the word plural.
On the answer sheet, they spell the plural form in the correct box.
This is a graphic organizer.
Since the "Pink Dolphin" is such an odd animal, assign each student another weird animal to research. Have them find the following information online to complete their graphic organizer:
-where does it live
These tags can be edited to add your student's names & numbers, or to label other things.
Choose to type in the names or print them blank to handwrite names.
Print on card stock and laminate, or print and tape down in the corner of students'
This is a Word doc and is editable, if necessary.
This document is used for Chapters 1 & 2 in the 4th Grade Indiana History book. It comes with 4 pages. Students will need a file folder to complete the project.
Page 1: Gives students
This document provides students a space to share what they are reading and what they read about. They also record the number of minutes they read for the night, alongside a parent signature/initial to verify the reading. I require my students to
You will find 35 commonly used greek/latin root words with an example on one card and the meaning on another card. I have also left a blank page for you to add to the list.
I suggest printing on card stock and laminating for durability.
This product features 14 jobs to pick and choose from including:
-2 paper passers
-recess basket assistant
These zebra birthday certificate signs are perfect to print on card stock and hand out to your students on their birthdays.
There are two on a page and measure 5'' x 7.5'' each and say "Have a WILD birthday!"
Write the students name in the middle,
Students can create this project on a computer in PowerPoint or on an iPad using KeyNote, Explain Everything, Educreations, or any other presentation apps that you may like better.
I had my students create this in Explain Everything. They then
Practice multiplication facts in a fun and yummy way.
Students fill in their bingo boards with a set list of numbers. Multiplication facts are read to the student and student covers them. I like to use Smarties as the coverings, then they get to