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Students investigate Puerto Rican boa constrictors and bats. In this animal science lesson, students read an article about the bats and snakes found in Puerto Rico. Students use various art supplies to create a diorama of the habitat of the snake and bat.
Students investigate the Boa Constrictor and other snakes of the Peruvian rainforest of Manu. They watch and discuss a video, color and construct life-size paper snakes, conduct research, and write a science journal reflection.
In this expository comprehension worksheet, students read a 1-page informational article about boa constrictors and then answer 3 short answer and 2 multiple choice questions.
Students read the story The Day Jimmy's Boa At the Wash and put the event boxes in order from the beginning to end of the story. In this sequencing lesson plan, students do this on the computer.
In this cause/effect worksheet, students complete a graphic organizer of causes and effects in the story The Day Jimmy's Boa Ate the Wash. A reference website is included.
In this vocabulary acquisition worksheet, students read the story The Day Jimmy's Boa Ate the Wash and then answer five vocabulary questions.
In this spelling activity, students circle the correct spelling of words from the story "Jimmy's Boa." A reference web site for additional resources is given.
First graders will begin with a hands-on technology introduction activity of a Paint picture example on the Internet. This Paint web site includes a picture, a story, and a higher order thinking question. After reading and discussing the book, The Day Jimmy's Boa Ate The Wash, 1st graders will develop a picture about the book using the a computer drawing program. This is a cross curricular lesson integrating technology, art, and language arts skills.
Learners sequence cutout shirts that are numbered by tens after listening to a read aloud of Trinka Hakes Noble's story, The Day Jimmy's Boa Ate the Wash. They hang the shirts on clothesline in order to count by tens.
Students analyze the major theme in the story, "Jimmy's Boa Ate the Wash" to change the outcome and design a rule that changed the outcome of the story. The importance of rules and their differences formulate the basis of this lesson.
In this high frequency word worksheet, learners put a set of high frequency words from The Day Jimmy's Boa Ate the Wash into ABC order, use each word in a sentence and color code consonants and vowels in each word.
For this spelling worksheet, students complete a word search to find a set of 10 words from The Day Jimmy's Boa Ate the Wash. All words have the "ou" or "ow" blends.
In this comprehension learning exercise, students answer a set of 9 questions about The Day Jimmy's Boa Ate The Wash. A reference website is given for additional resources.
In this spelling instructional activity, students fill in the bubbles with correct letters for the spelling of a set of 10 words from Jimmy's Boa as they are dictated.
In this spelling activity, 3rd graders fill in bubbles for the sounds they hear in a set of spelling words from "Jimmy's Boa" as the teacher dictates words. Words are given on page 2.
In this spelling worksheet, students write a set of 10 spelling words twice each. Words are from the story The Day Jimmy's Boa Ate the Wash.
In this spelling worksheet, learners fit a set of 10 spelling words from "The Day Jimmy's Boa Ate the Wash" into the correct shape boxes.
Students read the reader's theater play, 'The Day Jimmy's Boa Ate the Wash.' They practice reading for fluency and present the story through acting and oral reading. Some students read the script and others act it out. They switch roles and perform the play a second time.
As class members listen to a reading of the foreword to Night, they record questions and predictions, as well as similarities they see between Elie Wiesel’s experiences with his father at Auschwitz and Buchenwald and the previously read We Are Witnesses: Five Diaries of Teenagers Who Died in the Holocaust by Jacob Boas. Although part of a series, the concepts in this lesson can stand alone and present a sensitive approach to the Holocaust. Directions for the Letter to the Editor and referenced worksheets are not included.
Students select and research an animal that lives in the rainforest of Manu, Peru. They watch and discuss a video, create masks and costumes to role-play various rainforest animals, conduct research, and write a short story of their selected animal.

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