The Elves and the Shoemaker Teacher Resources
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Engage young readers in a unit on fairy tales with their very own copy of the classic story "The Elves and the Shoemaker." Including dialogue, three-syllable words, and up to five lines of text on a page, this printable book is best suited for developing the fluency of second and third grade readers.
Students explore the concept of capital resources. In this economics instructional activity, students research capital resources as they discover the necessary tools and manpower that a shoemaker used to produce a pair of shoes.
Students are read the story "The Shoemaker and the Elves". Using the text, they identify the capital resources of the shoemaker's business. They match various types of capital resources to produce a product to the correct business.
In this comprehension learning exercise, students answer short answer and discussion questions for the story The Elves and the Shoemaker. Students complete 14 questions.
Student participate in a guided reading lesson plan for the Level H book The Elves and the Shoemaker. In this guided reading lesson plan, 2nd graders learn vocabulary associated with the book and focus on inferences, connections, and other comprehension strategies. They use strategies for predicting as they read the story. They complete a writing assignment about their predictions.
In this addition and multiplication worksheet, students read a passage about elves and shoemakers, then complete a set of 3 tables, using addition and multiplication facts from the story.
Students read the book, The Elves and the Shoemaker by the Brothers Grimm. They discuss helping others and create a paper door to let "elves" into their classroom.
In this shoes worksheet, learners label shoes with their correct names, and pick out witch of the list of shoes are not real shoes. Students complete 7 problems.
Young scholars apply reading strategies to improve comprehension and fluency. They establish a purpose for reading. Students read the The Shoemaker and the Elves by Esop. They go over the setting, characters, problem, solution and ending of a story.
Scholars construct Venn diagrams to compare properties of objects. They will group buttons according to size and color and create a Venn diagram to compare the buttons. Handouts are included as well as extension activities.
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In this math worksheet, young scholars complete simple math concepts based on the nursery rhymes they hear such as Baa Baa Black Sheep, Jack and the Beanstock, and more. Students complete patterns, addition, and other concepts for 13 nursery rhymes.
Youngsters learn about community through exploration of their own neighborhood.In this instructional activity about community, pupils create a community in their classroom. Students think about what their community looks like by making a map. Pupils create a class newspaper to understand how people in the community get information. Students are challenged in multiple disciplines including social studies, language arts, and art, as they go through six activities to create their class community.
Pupils examine social skills that are needed to be someone's friend. They are read a book about friendship and identify the characteristics they would want in a friend. They create a rainbow from their handprints.
Students discuss and write about their interpretations of the art. They compare and contrast the numerous types of shoes and how they are used in a certain time and place. Students memorize the Shel Silverstein's poem, "Ickle Me, Pickle Me, Tickle Me Too." They write a story called "A Lost Shoe." Additional ideas are listed for cross curriculum.
In this editing worksheet, students edit two pieces of writing by going through punctuation, spelling, and grammar for each one. Students edit a veggie pizza recipe and a passage about TV shows.
Students explore book care. In this library skills lesson, students listen to The Shelf Elf by Jackie Mims Hopkins. Students demonstrate the proper use of shelf markers, demonstrate how to properly turn the pages of a book, and discuss library rules.
Students pretend to be statues to show story characters and setting. In this story character and setting instructional activity, students act as statues that depict the characters and setting in the story they are listening to. They create a tableaux of the story elements which include the introduction, problem, and solution.
In this poems worksheet, students read many poems and fill out story maps on them. Students read 17 pages of poems and fill out story maps.