Students will draw and write about the four main layers of the rainforest. Makes a simple flap book that can easily be displayed in the classroom. Requires pre teaching or student research about the layers of the rainforest.
Designed for a grade 4 class after learning about the Digestive System. Students will draw each body part/organ and write a description of what the body part/organ does to help digestion. Can be used as an assessment activity.
Students can show their creative side by deciding between a unicorn and a dragon and then draw a picture of their choice. This could be a simple end of class activity, a writing center, or a whole class activity. Could lead to further creative
Simple stations designed for students to learn about magnets - no pre-teaching required. Stations are designed for students to learn about magnets which will lead to further discussion about magnets. Topics covered: attraction and repel, magnetic
A very simple activity where students are asked to list countries of the world starting with each letter of the alphabet. Can be used in small groups or as independent work. Can be used for any learning topic.
A fun social studies activity where small groups of students create their own maps. Used at the end of a unit on map skills in grade 3 - 4. Students will need time for planning and presentation. Complete over a number of class periods.
This is an activity for students to share with an incoming class what fun and exciting activities they have to look forward to in the class. Also gives an insight into the teacher from a students point of view. I use this activity at the end of the
This is a fun activity that students can play in pairs or small groups to practice their addition and subtraction of large numbers. Could be used as a station activity or for early finishers. Addition and subtraction problems for grade 3 - 4 - 5.