This is a basic guided notes page I made to go along with the Liberty's Kids: Bunker Hill video. There are also a few processing questions for the students to answer after watching the video.
**I have uploaded an updated file that includes the
These are the rubrics I made to go along with the president reports my students wrote. There is a rubric for the written report, project, and presentation. This goes along with the project ideas that are sold separately.
This is a list of project ideas I came up with for my students to choose from after writing a biography about a selected president of the United States. I wanted them to show what they had learned, but I also wanted them to have some choice about
This is the template I made for the "Affix of the Week" book that I use with my 5th graders. Each week we focus on a different Greek or Latin root. They fill out their book using examples we go over as a class. I printed out enough pages to cover
This is a test I wrote for my inherited traits and animal adaptations unit. I also included the review PowerPoint I made. There are two PowerPoints in the file--one with the answers/definitions, one without. I printed out the one for the students to
This is a PowerPoint I made for an art lesson about perspective. We started by talking about what perspective is, and what happens to an image if the perspective is changed. There are a couple of examples of photographs taken from different
This is a test that assesses all of the 5th grade standards for Geometry and Measurement and Data.
It is a rather long test, but I wanted to really assess what the students knew in each of the domains. It has questions concerning measurement
I created these guided notes to go along with the video "Amazing Animals: Animal Disguises." This video is available on YouTube in 2 parts. I used it during my unit about animal adaptations.
There is also an Exit Ticket on the second page that I
This is a test on the electricity unit I used for my 5th graders. I also included a PowerPoint Review I made to go over the day before the test.
This is based on the Utah Core Standard: Science, Standard 4
I had my fifth graders choose an animal and do a report about that animal. For the report, they had to write a paper and make a poster to share with the class.
This document is what I gave them to help them do the research and write their paper.
This is a PowerPoint I made to introduce 1-point perspective to my students. After going over it and looking at some examples, they drew their own 1-point perspective picture. I left it pretty open, and we got a lot of fun results!