A package that contains individual tasks for the following curriculum:
-food as energy for people ...which comes from plants and animals that get energy from the sun (energy chains)
-plant experiment in which students predict what will happen to a
This exit tickets / assessments and conferences ask the students to
1. identify uses of energy in people, objects and other living things and to define energy.
2. summarize results from a plant experiment in which one plant was kept in the dark
There is a graphic organizer and rubric for procedural writing (Categories : Knowledge, Thinking and Planning and Communication) . The leveled rubric boxes are large enough that you can include some feedback.
Example of some of the criteria
After investigating a variety of living things, students can record their wondering about an animal of interest and what they think they already know about it. After researching to look for the answer, they can record all subsequent learnings to
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In grade one, students have to solve addition and subtraction problems involving whole numbers to 20.
There are three main sections:
Students have to solve an
Patterning Test /Tasks
The first task asks the children to use a certain number of manipulatives to make a very complex, or simple pattern, depending on their level of skill and understanding. It allows for differentiation. So if a child is only
Number Sense Assessments and Rubric
read, represent, compare, and order whole numbers to 50
counting forward to 50, by 1s, 2’s, 5’s, 10’s
-select a strategy to solve a counting problem
After much discussion, these tasks can be used as assessment. The students are to cut and paste the events. One task is the cutting and pasting of Likely and Unlikely Events and the other is cutting and pasting of Certain and Impossible Events.
I have included a collection of tasks that can be used as Assessments/Exit Tickets, small group investigations, homework to support in-class work, independent/paired tasks while investigating the various concepts, conference questions. I have also
These sheets can guide you and your students through the steps of opinion writing / paragraph writing.
It ensures that your students choose appropriate sentence starters (AND TRANSITION WORDS FOR REASONS).
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There are worksheets for each of the five three-dimensional figures (cone, cube, sphere, cylinder and rectangular prism) that involve: printing the name, drawing the solid, tracing the faces, filling in the blanks about the solid's features and
After modelling personal narrative planning and writing, help students plan their writing and write their personal narrative with the organizers provided. You can gradually release the task with the organizers and /or differentiate for those who
This newsletter /curriculum information letter gives parents information about class and school procedures (e.g., extra clothing, agenda procedures, allergies, healthy snacks, homework, etc.) In addition, it talks about great ways to promote
LARGE AND SCAFFOLDED OPINION WRITING TEMPLATES FOR EARLY LEARNING or for students requiring ORGANIZERS. AND a RUBRIC
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It is comprised of two
This document includes a conference prompt to see which strategy/tool that your student chose for counting a bag of cubes (between 25-30). It is designed to show if the student can choose an efficient method/tool for counting larger quantities,
This organizer has 3 boxes for the students to draw the beginning middle and end of a story before writing about the characters, setting, beginning, middle and end. There are 3 different organizers for differentiation, one has sentence starters, one
Easily copy and paste these grade one differentiated comments into your personal report card bank. They list current focus, how student is performing and what can be done to further develop. Simple changes, additions, deletions can easily be made.