Do you want to organize your teaching materials? Just download, print, cut and attach these labels to your file folders. I cut out my labels with pinking shears and used a glue stick to attach them to the file folders. I also laminated my folders so
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Students go on a scavenger hunt using books and magazines to search for words with -ing and -ed inflectional endings. Students love to search for words in the books they are reading! This is a great way to get students excited about learning the
Students write acrostic poems about the miracles of Jesus. This is a great culminating project after studying the miracles of Jesus in religion class. Students are asked to develop their own phrases or sentences, making each poem unique. In the box
Students practice writing numbers in expanded form. Students also identify digits in the hundreds', tens' and ones' place. It can be used as homework or a way to assess student understanding of expanded form and place value.
Students go on a scavenger hunt in search of geometric solids. This activity can be completed in the classroom or given as homework. Students draw pictures and label each geometric solid they find. The geometric solids featured in this activity are:
This game includes:
*number labels for envelopes or bags
*various sentence strips with one main idea & three supporting details
*recording sheet for main ideas
How to Play the Game:
1) Students read sentences in numbered
Use this paragraph template when your students have reached the publishing step in the writing process when learning how to write paragraphs.
*Students can draw a picture of their favorite part of their paragraph in the empty box.