In this activity students will read and compare two different narratives: one about the settlers and Native Americans of the Jamestown colony and the other about the Pilgrims and Native Americans of the Plymouth Colony. Then students are asked to
Students will use the pictures on this worksheet to determine if the contact force is a push or pull, if it is a change in direction or a change in speed (or both), and then explain their answers. A teacher answer key is included.
This product is designed to be used by students to introduce or review the basic vocabulary and concepts of American Economics at the elementary or middle school level. If you print the first two pages back-to-back, students can fold the paper into
In this puzzle themed template students can take any text and organize the author's problems and possible solutions. Finally they are asked to write a paragraph explaining which of the presented solutions they feel would work best.
These 2-sided bookmarks are perfect for students reading in groups! They remind them of different ways they can read to improve their fluency and comprehension. The front side gives them a visual reminder of 5 different ways to read while the