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Use this activity in your classroom either as a worksheet that students can fill out right on the paper or put it in a transparent sleeve that students can write on with a dry erase marker and you can keep using it for years to come! Shapes include:
A simple activity for early elementary when teaching about types of clouds. Glue cotton balls to the paper to create four different types of clouds: cirrus, stratus, cumulus, and cumulonimbus. You could even print the sheet onto light blue paper to
A fun way for students to be greeted in the morning and for teachers to build toward a welcoming classroom community. Students are able to greet the teacher(s) by waving, hugging, dancing, high-5ing, elbow waving, shaking hands, or fist bumping. We
Learning about U.S. symbols? Or just looking for an activity for students to be creative? This worksheet is a great activity to teach students about creating their own symbol -- their own flag! They are able to use symbols and colors that they think
A simple way to assess beginning social studies skills learned in the first month of kindergarten. Some skills include: manners, hopes and dreams, self-esteem, personal space, being a good friend, wants and needs, and likes and dislikes.