I created and used this project with my second and third grade students while studying animals, plants, and habitats. We completed this following the unit of study, so they already knew locations, characteristics, weather, animals, and plants of
I have seen the Garden Glove in action before and figured this would be a great activity for my second and third graders to do to learn about how plants develop and grow. We are covering our last standards regarding plants and animals and this is a
Designed for my summer school session themed around the Olympics. It is meant to be a writing project that goes through Brainstorming, Drafting, Reviewing, Editing, and Publishing.
The medals at the end to go along with the theme. Ribbons this
Our Kindergarten state standards have students reading, writing, and representing numbers until 30. I wanted to make a set of numbers to put up on a number line across my class with each.
Print on any printer as they are black and white. Back with
Ten number puzzles for the numbers 1-10. Number words, tally marks, ten-frames, and plus one pieces are meant to be matched with the middle digit piece. You can opt to remove the addition piece and have it a three way puzzle instead. They are not
This is just a simple game using Kindergarten Reading Street sight words. There are a few additional words, but not many. This can be a kindergarten leveled game or a review for first graders. I use it during centers and guided reading time.
This download is for a student reflection for conferences. Students reflect on school skills and social skills. Some examples include: "I pay attention and listen quietly when others are talking" and "I am responsible for my actions, words, and