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Students complete art activities to examine texture, art subjects, and explore Native American or Prehistoric art. In this art analysis lesson plan, students discuss art work by Native American artists. Students discuss and define simulated and natural textures. Students use brown bags and oil pastels to draw a picture of something in nature.
Students discover measurements by participating in a ruler activity. In this geometry lesson, students utilize rulers to measure items on a worksheet and compare their work with classmates. Students utilize their motor skills by drawing different lines and shapes for homework.
Engage your English learners with this resource. To begin, learners describe a map to a partner. After a vocabulary exercise and a jumbled letter activity, pupils are asked to write their own letter. The letter reading and writing activities encourage the use of phrases that express attitude and emotion. This plan includes all necessary materials as well as an answer key.
Use a traffic light to model a very basic paragraph plan. The Go, or topic sentence, is written in green and expresses an opinion about the topic. Information that supports the opinion of the Go sentence is written in yellow and the Stop, or concluding sentence, is written in red. The instructor models how to use the traffic light to monitor the writing process. Young writers then develop a paragraph independently, or with help, depending on the grade level. Color-coded models are given.
All ages love to engage in cartoon writing –- little do they know that they actually learn quite a bit from it! In an instructional session focused on literacy syntax and vocabulary, your pupils work cooperatively to draw six pictures and add captions including prepositions of place. English language learners practice oral language skills using proper prepositional phrases.
Get those kids practicing basic math skills. They practice adding 3 numbers together by playing the game "Triple Addition Shuffle." Each pair of learners shuffles number cards together, places them face down, then flips them over to compose a number sentence that gets close to 18.