A 10 day unit focusing on citizenship, characteristics of a good citizen, and what it means/ looks like to be a good citizen. There is a service project included, a class art project, and a short citizenship essay to conclude the unit.
Complete 21 day (45 - 60 min lessons) astronomy / outer space unit. Includes detailed lesson plans over galaxies, planets, the sun, stars, constellations, asteroids, Asteroid & Kuiper Belts, comets, meteorites, and black holes. Also includes:
This unit is a 19 day literature circle / novel study over the book How to Eat Fried Worms by Thomas Rockwell. This unit covers research on worms, vocabulary, poetry, grammar (adjectives, adverbs, nouns, pronouns), a final project, and a final
A 7 day literature circle for Wagons Ho! that is planned in detail. Included is a student packet with writing and grammar review (friendly letter guide, similes, action verbs, adjectives, and adverbs) sheets. Students use Wagons Ho! in their
A book report for students to complete on a tall tale that they have read. Students create a mitten shape book to display their information. Shape books can be displayed on a bulletin board titled Get Your Mittens on these Tall Tales! Grading
Students make snowflakes to create and display a book report over a biography of their choice. Reports can be displayed on a bulletin board with the title Biographies Falling all Around!
From: Lovely Literature
Students choose a biography about a Civil Rights leader. After reading the biography students create a heart person report to display information they have learned. Reports can be displayed on a bulletin board entitled Biographies have Captured