This Guess Who activity has been differentiated to suit your students’ needs. If your students need support with ser/estar, the first activity has guided options with space for students to include their own adjectives. Students who need less support
These task cards are designed for students in second grade in order to help them practice two geometry standards:
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.G.A.1 Recognize and draw shapes having specified attributes, such as a given number of angles or a given number
I created these task cards to be used to practice geometry standards using a Geoboard. Students create shapes and arrays based on the cards. These cards could be used as part of a math centers or workshop time.
This product includes two ice breakers that could be done the first week of school to help you and your students get to know one another.
I teach elementary Spanish Immersion. However, this product could also be used with a high school Spanish
This scavenger hunt activity allows students to work with prefixes in context. Using this worksheet, they can hunt prefixes in the books they read every day! As they hunt these words, they grow more accustomed to looking for prefixes and thinking