This S.T.E.M. lesson was designed with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Each task sheet can be cut and pasted perfectly into a composition notebook. Perfect for teaching plants in first grade and follows the Georgia Performance Standards.
These anchor charts can be helpful for students to create more interesting beginnings, middles, and ends in their writing. You can print them out and place them in your writing center or use them in your lessons.
These Peer Glows and Grows were created for students to use together to discuss their writing based on standards. You can use these Peer Glows and Grows in your classroom to help teach students the standards in which they are expected to perform for
This is a set of anchor charts that focus on the 5 Key Questions (Who, What, When, Where, and Why) students need to learn to become successful in narrative writing. Introduce the 5 Key Questions during your whole group lessons to teach students the
These number squares are created so you can create a number line by putting the numbers on sentence strips or 120s chart display in your classroom. The numbers were created to match the Common Core Standards in 1st Grade Math. There are also many
This product is a cute way to display the months of the year and your students birthdays! Print and laminate this product and then use a vis-a-vis or dry erase marker to write your students names and the dates of their birthdays so you can erase and
This game can be used in a center or as a task sheet. You can print off two copies of each template and have students 'race' to the top of the ladder to see who can make the number different ways the fastest. This will help students with addition
4 colorful sheets of paper that would look nice outside in the hallway to show off your student's writing! One sheet quotes 'Hoppy April' and another 'Hoppy Spring.' One sheet has cute carrots and the other jellybeans.