Scoot is a whole group, or small group activity that gets students up and moving while still remaining focused on an instructional task. With this fun and interactive math activity, students will be practicing one step world problems involving
Three digit subtraction with regrouping can be one of the hardest standards students face in school, and takes a lot of time to master, which can be draining when trying to think of new and exciting ways to keep your students interested and engaged.
This match game is a great, fun way to have students review collective nouns. Simply print out 1 card for every student in your classroom (sets are color coded for easy grouping). Call out collective nouns and have students cover corresponding
Students will compare numbers seen in word form, expanded form, base ten, and by solving equations. Students will defend their answers by using the student work pages with sentence starters. The packet also includes "Greater than" and "Less than"
Scoot is a whole group, or small group activity that gets students up and moving while still remaining focused on an instructional task. With this fun and interactive math activity, students will be practicing measuring different length lines using
Collective nouns is a great way to enrich students vocabulary and build on their previous knowledge of singular nouns. This unit includes everything you need to teach collective nouns in a fun hands on way with activities such as. . .
Have your students complete this sort that allows them to practice identifying adjectives and adverbs in sentences. Students will sort words and fill out a worksheet requiring them to identify the adjectives and adverbs used in each sentence as well
This match game is a great, fun way to have students review collective nouns. Simply print out 1 set for every pair of students in your classroom (sets are color coded for easy grouping). Have students place game cards face down and flip over two
Students will sort words with common suffixes such as -less, -er, -able, and -ful, and common prefixes such as pre-, re-, mis-, and un- that allows them to practice how prefixes and suffixes change the meaning of root words. They will read a card
Students will look at picture and word cards to determine if the word shown is a present tense verb, a regular past tense verb, or an irregular past tense verb. The different headings gives the definition of each option allowing students to check
Have your students complete this sort that allows them to practice identifying nouns based on the categories of people, places, things or animals. This sort is a great way to pre-assess students prior knowledge before a lesson, or as a post
This game is a great way for student to practice their existing knowledge of measurement! Each pair of student receives 1 set of cards and takes turn "pulling" the cards out of their bag. Then they work together to measure, estimate, and solve the
These guided reading strategy posters can be displayed to teach your students how to work through tough words.
The strategies included in this packet include:
**Long vowel/short vowel
**Chunking the word
**Use pictures for