This product includes eight different activities related to Dr. Seuss's The Lorax.
- Two cut and paste pages! Students will sort adjectives that describe the Lorax and the Once-ler, as well as the setting before and after the Once-ler comes.
This set of prompts provides a variety of subjects for students to write about! Great for practicing the writing process, for Work on Writing during Daily 5, or handwriting.
- If I Were Famous
- The Day a Monkey Came to School
Need an idea for a gift from your kiddos to their parents? How about a holiday coupon book?
My kiddos have weekend "homework" to spy on their parents to find a few ideas of things they could help with. Then we brainstorm together a list of ideas
Celebrate Earth Day with a variety of math, literacy, science, and social studies activities!
- "I Can Help the Earth" writing prompt (great for a hallway display!)
- Long & short vowel sort (cut & paste)
- Story problems
These four writing prompts are great for lower elementary. Students can write about their favorite book, favorite holiday, what they would do if they could fly, and what they want to do when they grow up.
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A great Monday morning bell task for students to work on as they come into the room! I copy them front and back and save them all year so they can see how their writing has improved as they learn and grow!
Great science intro activity!
Page 1 is a great follow-up to learning what science really is. I take a picture of each of my kiddos in a science apron and safety goggles borrowed from our high school to glue in the box, but they can draw
Ever feel a little frustrated that the comment box on your report cards just isn't quite big enough to say everything you'd like to say?
This handy sheet is a great addition to your report cards and other data! Share important information with
Ready to get your students excited about being recognized for positive behavior, hard work, and a good attitude? You need Brag Tags in your life!
Award a Brag Tag for a student to wear around your building to recognize them for their effort and