In this activity, you will find 25 sentence cards which use sensory language. You will also find posters with the five senses. Students will read each sentence and decide which of the five senses is used in each sentence. I created this when I
Turn problem solving into a game! Students will solve problems while they match their work with pictures and number sentences. While they are solving problems, they are also competing to see who will be the winner to the matching game!
This activity is designed to help students refine their dictionary skills. It will be helpful if dictionary skills have already been introduced in your classroom. Students will fill in each body part of "Dictionary Man" with a specific part of a
Make learning antonyms fun with this matching game! Introduce the concept of antonyms with this game, put it in a workstation or use it in small group. Extend the activity by having students state the synonym of each pair.
For students learning addition strategies, they will be able to color code the different types of addition problems (adding 0, 1 and 2, adding doubles and adding almost doubles). After solving the problems, they color code each
Need a quick, fun and rigorous math workstation? Try these simple addition algebra task cards. The students must solve them in order. Each shape has a different numerical value that the students must determine using their addition skills.