The first sheet contains information elementary students can read about animal adaptations. The second sheet has a chart students can fill in with examples of animal adaptations and how they help the animal. Students can then create an imaginary
An experiment recording sheet for a bird beak investigation. Students use various tools to simulate different types of bird beaks. They try using the beaks to pick up various foods different types of birds eat. Students make hypotheses about
This experiment sheet can be used during a Chemistry unit. Students make oobleck and follow the steps of the scientific method to determine what state of matter oobleck is. This activity could also be used to celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday during
This product includes an example procedural writing piece on how to build a marshmallow snowman. You can read students the example as you follow the instructions to create an edible snowman. (You will need to buy the ingredients listed.)
This game can be used for younger elementary students to practice using schema and clues from text to make inferences. There are 16 riddle cards that can be placed on desks around the room. Students read the riddle and write their inference in the
This product contains a study guide and test on invertebrates and vertebrates. There are multiple choice, true/false, and fill in the blank questions having to do with animal characteristics. Students will also have to fill in a chart on the
This worksheet provides information about the animal classification system for elementary students. There is a mnemonic device students can use to remember the order of the levels. An example showing how the brown squirrel is classified is also
Students can use this Story Web to plan a story of their own or record information about a story they read. Story elements such as title, setting, characters, time, beginning, middle, and end are included on the web.
This document includes a fun procedural writing activity and project. You will receive an example writing piece explaining how to build an edible marshmallow snowman. You can share the piece with the class as you follow the directions to create
This test can be used at the end of a Social Studies unit on American Government. Part A includes fill in the blank questions, Part B is multiple choice, and in Part C students have to name the correct branch of government. There is one extra
This pack includes read and roll activities for fiction and nonfiction books. These can be used for written reading response activities during independent reading or for discussion during partner reading. Students stop periodically during reading
This worksheet explains worksheets and gives examples. Students can figure out the meanings of several metaphors as they are used in context. The bottom part of the worksheet allows for students to practice creating their own metaphors.
The first page contains a list of commonly used idioms. On the second page, students can choose an idiom to define and use in context. There is a box where students can draw a funny picture of the idiom.
This is a twenty question quiz on Judy Blume's book Freckle Juice. There are ten questions for students to answer in complete sentences. The second part requires students to sequence five events that happened in the story. There is also a
This rubric can be used to assess a How-to (procedural writing) presentation. The students would choose a topic to write a How-to about. They would then also bring in the necessary items to present in front of the class. The rubric assesses their
This is a basic quiz on the rainforest for younger elementary students. Students are assessed on their basic knowledge of the layers of the rainforest, animals found in the rainforest, and products we get from the rainforest.