The worksheets include passages about spiders and The Borley House Rectory. The first page is for guided practice and students are two compare two differing viewpoints about spiders ( are they helpful or harmful). At the end of the passages,
I have written a brief, two page article about the life of mountain man Hugh Glass. It should be a group assignment to introduce character analysis using descriptive words and examples from the text using a simple graphic organizer. Next, a "blank"
There are three activities in this packet. It is a very basic introduction that is simple to follow. It begins with a retelling of Cinderella which follows with finding the main idea, including details, and finding the theme, including examples. I
This is a unit about mountain men that includes all of the texts and articles, including the worksheets that accompany them. Collaborative and individual assignments are part of the unit, which is about mountain men. The unit will teach students
Students should know expanded form before beginning this assignment. Students complete multiplication boxes by breaking apart numbers to multiply 2 digits by 2 digits. An extension activity is included at the end. The key is also provided.
This is the same literature circle packet that I use with my students. There are five jobs included and cover the following concepts: decoding words, making connections, asking quality questions, visualizing, and drawing inferences. Examples of
This game helps students practice the concept of place value by having them write the numbers they roll ( using dice) from greatest to least. The partner who makes the greatest number wins the round. This can even be used as an intro to place value.