These posters can be printed, put on poster board or laminated and displayed for students to follow. They can also be printed 2 per pages and created as a booklet for students to have it handy in folders.
If you are looking to motivate your kids or spark their interest in fractions... give them candy =)
Give each student a mini bag of skittles (easy to find and allergy friendly) and let them explore using this worksheet. It can also be used a fun
I created this document to use with my students when studying characters traits and change. I had one blown up to use as an anchor chart and each student had their own copy.
I used the story Julius, The Baby of the World by Kevin Henkes.
My students loved this activity this year! I gave each student a mini box of the Conversation Candy Hearts. Students practice finding the whole, a unit fraction, and listing, ordering and comparing fractions.
With all of the wordless picture books being published recently, and hearing all of the amazing ideas my students had while reading them, I knew I had to create a project that gave the opportunity to write it out. This document provides guiding
I have used this with my Word Work HW label. On Thursday nights my students choose an activity from this choice menu. They love having the ability to choose and it is managable for 3rd graders without being overwhelming.
These author biographies are very versatile. These can be attached to author book bins in your library or used when studying these authors. I will be using these throughout our Author Picture Book Unit. I find students are so much more engaged when
This product was created to be used during a narrative writing unit. During conferences with students you can note their strengths and weaknesses as well as additional notes needed. It is a checklist on a label! They are helpful in driving
These labels have been extremely beneficial for me while teaching the EngageNY modules. I print a few pages of these out each week. I am able to quickly assess where my students are throughout the lesson. I focus on a few children each day. You can
These labels are essential for guided reading groups and informal assessment of students reading. It is a quick assessment of reading rate, fluency and accuracy while reading. Simply print, confer, and stick! These labels can be added to portfolios,
These activities are great when used with poems. I enlarge and post a new poem each month. These activities are posted around the poem. My students work on the activities during Reading and Writing workshop when they complete other work or during
I use this with my Word Work Choice Menu. This plans out the nightly homework. They can be printed and placed inside the homework notebook for students to use as a reference.
I used Avery shipping labels with 10 per sheet.
This packet is a great resource if you are studying character. We used it while studying individual characters of an authors body of work, comparing characters, etc.
I have also included a Book rating sheet and Picture Book Project menu.
This document was created to help students as they jot or annotate while reading. There are 3 ways this product can be used. It can be printed as a whole page classroom poster, a smaller version can be glued into reading notebooks or printed as
Just like BOGGLE, the students will use the numbers provided in this grid to create as many combinations of 100 as they can. There are several solutions in this one puzzle! See how many of your kids can find them!
This chart is an easy and fun way to have students practice multiplication facts using conversation hearts. this is fun Valentines Day activity, that can be used as a quick assessment of multiplication facts.