These are the times tables songs and chants that I use in my class to teach students their times tables. As they sing/chant, they hold up their fingers to show what they are multiplying by. Then, when they get stuck on a multiplication problem, they
This is a graphic organizer for students to use when trying to find how much time has elapsed between two times. It can be laminated and used as a center practice activity.
To use this graphic organizer, first plug in the Start Time and End Time
Use this graphic organizer to find different parts of speech or words following certain rules. Make it your own and fill in the boxes with whatever type of word your class is working on (homophones, words with a prefix, etc...).
Students take an
Students build a tower of 10 connecting cubes, selecting what every colors they would like in whatever order they would like.
Next students determine the fraction of the tower each color makes up. For example, what fraction of the tower is built
This is a worksheet that can be treated as a BCR to see if students can explain how to find the area of a rectangle in two different ways- both by tiling and by using the formula (length times width).
I used this to assess which students had a
This is a Chant to do with students to practice the names the properties of different quadrilaterals. The leader says a line and then the students chant the next line, sometimes a repetition of the leader's line.
Students should have shape
This is a diagram of which shapes fall into which categories based on the properties of that shape. For example, a square is a special kind of 2-D, quadrilateral, trapezoid, parallelogram, rectangle and rhombus, so it is at the end of that trail of
This is a chant I use with my students while on their desk they have different 3D shape blocks. During the part of the chant where I ask, "Can I get some shapes?" They respond by standing up and waving around whichever shapes they'd like saying
This is a chart for students to fill in their measurements of different objects in the classroom. The front page is filled with suggested objects for them to measure and on the back they can fill in whatever objects they would like to measure.
The first part of the test, students use the 3 parts to the water cycle word bank to label each step on the picture (evaporation, condensation, precipitation).
On the back, students describe what happens to water at each stage of the process.