This handy sheet identifies students' transportation needs for the first day of school and the remainder of the year. I have parents sign up on this sheet at Meet and Greet. I keep it near my desk so that I know how each child gets home every
This activity is designed to be a culminating activity for a unit on life cycles. Students may choose an insect or animal that they have learned about and create a comic strip to show the insect or animal as it transitions throughout the phases of
Students will create a superhero that fights crime! His ability? He moves through the 3 states of matter! Your students will have a blast as they create a comic strip that highlights the adventures of their Matter Superhero!
*Note: This file was updated on 4/21/14. Some minor fixes were made because of a spelling error found in Week 28.
This Daily Math workbook follows common core standards for second grade. The questions are spiraled, every few weeks adding a newly
Looking for the perfect Mother's Day gift? Look no further! Give her the gift of poetry. I teach my students about these various types of poetry, all centered on their mother as the central theme. Once all final copies have been completed and
Have a student teacher? I had one last year who was wonderful, but I wanted to say more than "great job" but by the end of the day, I had forgotten specfic instances of great things she said or did, or things that I caught that could use
A Lapbook unit is a unique and fun way to get your students interacting with their learning! In this force and energy unit, you will find:
• A cover page to the lapbook/ Title
• An energy acrostic graphic organizer
• Kinds of force graphic
This sheet is a great tool for staying in contact with parents about their child's weekly behavior. If a child is struggling in a particular area, they receive a check in the category that needs improvement. If all is well, the child gets a quick
These writing prompts are designed to be used at the beginning of the year and the end of the year. I give my students the “How I Spent My Summer Vacation” writing prompt the first week of school. I haven’t taught them the steps to the writing
This project is designed to take place after your study of the Cherokees and Creeks of Georgia. (It can still be implemented even if you don't live in Georgia, as long as you study Native Americans!)
Students become archeologists and then special
These cards are an essential part of teaching. I needed all of my student's important information in a easily accesible format. Just print this file on cardstock and cut in half. When students have returned their information sheets, I hole punch