Students name a Jedi Knight and complete a Mad Lib about one of his/her adventures. Students cut, color, and glue their Jedi Knight onto construction paper along with the Mad Lib. The Mad Lib includes nouns, verbs, and adjectives. A pattern for the
Help Perry, Percy, and Paul Pig escape the big, bad, asthmatic wolf in this 17 step story. The events are given in the correct order as an answer key, and as mixed up events to copy for students to cut and glue onto construction paper. Great for
This short story about King Gallon and his family will make it easy for your students to convert gallons, quarts, pints, cups, and ounces. Even students who struggle with math will find converting easy with this story and visual tool. (Just don't
Students can use this activity independently or with a partner. Letters are assigned a value (penny, nickel, dime, or quarter) and students add up the letters of spelling or vocabulary words. Four different charts are included, so students can add a
Use these questions for any month of the year. Students will find how many odd numbered and even numbered days there are in a month. They will also identify multiples of 3, multiples of 4, and explain why some numbers are multiples of both 3 and
Ellis Island Story Introductions includes 2 poor examples and 3 excellent examples of ways to start a story about people coming to Ellis Island. The 3 positive examples can be used simply as examples, or as story starters.