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Prefixes re, un, non: Learn the meaning of prefixes re-, un- and non- with this prefix addition worksheet. Practice creating words using these prefixes and then define what they mean.
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Students design their dream house in order to explore the relationship between area and perimeter. Using graph paper, students draw rooms of their house and record the area and perimeter of each room. Relates to Common Core State Standard
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Prefixes dis, anti, mis: Learn the meaning of prefixes dis-, anti-, and mis- with this prefix addition worksheet. Practice creating words using these prefixes and then define what they mean.
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Explore the difference between a 'need' and a 'want' in this introduction to economics. Students brainstorm a list of needs and wants, and then stay on budget as they decide how to spend $50 while keeping their needs in mind. Worksheet
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Explore the relationship between area and perimeter with this fun and creative worksheet. Choose from playground items with a predefined area to design your own playground. Draw the area of each piece of play equipment on the grid. Next, find the
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In the world of GPS navigation, it's easy to overlook the importance of map skills. Use this printable activity to reinforce the geography skills of using a compass rose, legend/key, map scale, road names, and more. This map can be used in more
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Prefixes de, pre, sub: Learn the meaning of prefixes de-, pre-, and sub- with this prefix addition worksheet. Practice creating words using these prefixes and then define what they mean.
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Give your students a more interesting t-chart with this foldable. Use this t-chart to collect the most important ideas included in a text and explain why you think they are important. This activity leads up to identifying Main Idea in a text.
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Students practice equivalent fractions using a model and real world examples. Worksheet engages students as they use fractions to design the layout of a theme park and a vegetable garden. The use of mathematical word problems adds another level to
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Your students are the proud new owners of a pizza shop! Students draw pictures to represent fractions in order to "fill" their pizza orders. Next, they will interpret word problems using addition and subtraction to demonstrate their understanding
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Oh no! There have been many hurricanes this week. One of them hit the National Zoo in Washington, DC!! All of the animals survived, but their cages and fences were knocked down. The zookeepers need your help to rebuild! Each of the animal’s areas
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Roll the dice to find out which writing prompt to do. Next, begin writing! Don’t forget to use full sentences. Use as a warm up activity or a full-length lesson. Common Core: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.3.3 Write narratives to develop real or imagined
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In this printable book, students explore the life, work, and artistic styles of artist Roy Lichtenstein. From Cubism to Pop Art to the use of Benday Dots, students read about the evolution of Lichtenstein's artwork. This short biography also
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Choose the word or group of words that means the same, or about the same, as the underlined word. Then mark the space for the answer you have chosen.
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Students compete in a board game to practice the R influenced A word pattern. Focus on --ar, --are, and --air within word patterns.
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