Freddy the frog can only get home to his Lily Pad if students fill the in the number blanks by counting forwards and backwards by the stated numbers.
Students get to practice counting up by 1's, 2's, 5's, and 10's and practice counting backwards
A great way to give your class some choice in what they want to write about (there are 8 different persuasive topics to choose from). There are also some creative tasks for those students who are finished and need a little extra, while they wait for
I have done this activity for the last couple years. I put on a timer for a minute, put on some great music and my students have to see how many various fitness tasks they can do in one minute (example: sit ups). When we finish each task we sit down
I often start the year with a descriptive writing focus, it gives me a chance to see where my students are in their writing, its engaging but most of all it teaches them writing devices and how to engage the reader early in the year which makes
A creative writing activity to accompany the wonderful book, A Sick Day for Angus McGee by Philip C. Stead.
Students are given the choice of which prompt to write about making them more interested in the activity.
I loved these 5 day word family packages. Each word family has 5 practice activities. They look at the words:
- It - it, fit, lit, sit, pit
- Ap - clap, nap, tap, map, cap, rap,
- At - cat, fat, mat, pat, hat
- Am - sam, ram, yam, ham, jam
- Ip -