Christmas Around the World Internet Scavenger Hunt
This is a Word document that has 15 questions. The students will read the questions and click on the link to learn more the countries around the world. They will be able to answer the questions
This is a great play for the holiday season. I have done it with 1st and 2nd grade, but I am sure it will work for Kindergarten, third and fourth. The students are assigned countries and they speak about how the country celebrates the holiday
This is a great way to honor the late Martin Luther King Jr. The students will go to age appropriate websites and answer questions about his entire life. They will also watch the very popular “I have a dream” speech, which lasts 17 minutes.
This is a cute play I do with my first grade class. It lasts about 30 minutes. I have half the class dress up as Indian and the other half as Pilgrims. We make the costumes in class. The parents and students love this play.
This is a cute way to end the school year. I invite all the parents in and we share some of our favorite pieces of work. Then we read through the play. The ABC's of our year. Each student is assigned a letter. Here are some examples:
A is for
This is a great book in Publisher for the 100th day of school. All you have to do is print out the document and cut the pages down the middle and staple it together like a book (I use three staples down the side). This has 8 great pages for
This is a great worksheet for grades K, 1 and 2. I made this because the students seemed to understand what I was saying, but I wanted to have them apply it on paper. The students brought their pencil box to class and after a short lesson they