Total of 24 cards to play the game "J`ai, Qui a?" with money up to $1.
If you have less than 24 children in your class, give the students who need more practice an extra card. Cut and laminate for long-lasting quality.
Sit in a circle and start
A short test, could also be used as a diagnostic or formative assessment. Numbers can easily be adapted to make it more challenging or easier.
Allows students to demonstrate whether or not they can tell AND show time, and whether or not they
Simple worksheet for grade 1-4 French Immersion students. Great review. Includes an explanation and example of each preposition: à, à la, à l`, au, aux, chez. Includes exercises for students to practice what they`ve learned.
24 cards to play the game "J'ai .. Qui a?" for units of time in French.
Includes easy and challenging cards, such as "Qui a 7 jours... J'ai une semaines" and "Qui a 30 années.. J`ai 3 décennies` etc.
Great for review! Kids absolutely love this
A worksheet that will allow students to demonstrate their knowledge of money. With a cookie monster theme, it will ask students to show a certain amount of money (less than $1) in 10 different ways. Great for additional work for early finishers or
A fun and hands-on activity worksheet to practice adding and subtract money amounts up to one dollar. All are two digit numbers in cents.
The worksheet comes equipped with the pictures that the students will cut and paste into the appropriate box.
Testing being able to identify and add numbers to a number line, describe, identify, and create number patterns on a number line and 100 chart.
Also asks students to create their own patterns on a number line and 100 chart and to describe.
7 different word problems of various levels of difficulty.
Some ask how much time until... Some ask how long was this... some ask to use subtraction with time.
All have images and follow the 4-step problem solving stages:
1) What do you already
This was made for Gr 4 Social Studies (Ontario) but can be used as an interactive way to teach students about natural resources. Every slide has an introduction followed by an activity. In the slide show I cover a general intro to NR (as seen in
Fun game and review for children learning about Avoir and Être. Have the children sit in a circle and ask two to come up at a time. Show the first slide - the first child to yell out the right answer wins and the next student comes up to compete
With a smurf theme to it, this hands-on worksheet will allow your students to practice counting coins up to $1. It will ask them for example, how many quarters are in one dollar? The worksheet includes a sheet of coins for them to cut and then glue