This die can be used as a game or in small groups. Cut out and glue the die When this die is ruled it will land on one of the 5 w's or 1 h for the students to answer about a text.
5 w's = Where, when, who, why, when
1 h = how
Directions: This packet was created to help students find the main idea of a group of items. It can be used as a center or whole group activity. I used it as an introductory activity for students to find the main idea in a non-fiction text.
This includes websites explored by a teacher that elementary students could play during the summer to practice the skills they learned. These 3 pieces of paper are divided into reading, math, science, and social studies sections. Send this home at
This product challenges students to match analogies. There is a variety of difficulty in the 15 analogies that are present. You can use this product in many different ways!
• Print out the desired amount of sort cards. There are
Creative Writing, Vocabulary, Writing
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
Activities, Literacy Center Ideas, Literature Circles
Directions: This sort is designed to help students know when to find the area and perimeter in different situations. There are 6 cards for area and perimeter. The students can use the recording sheet to turn in after a center. This can also be
Directions: You are going to start with 10 tens blocks which equal 100. You roll two dice and subtract that number from 100. Then the next person rolls the dice and subtracts that number from 100. The person that can get the closest to 0 wins.
This sheet is a great check to make sure children understand vocabulary words. There are four boxes for a picture, definition, and two sentences. The students can write their word in the middle circle. The children can be creative with their
Directions: Below you need to place books under the purpose of the author of the book they have written.
You can have your students look through books in the classroom, list books they have read, or we used a scholastic book order and the students
This item inclues a flip book and sort on contractions versus possessive nouns. This was used in a 3rd grade classroom but could be used in 2nd and possibly 4th for students that are struggling with the difference.
This product can be used for the end of the year or Valentine's Day. You change the name of the student inside the heart and you can put their picture on the paper too. Each student writes one reason they loved having the student in their class.