New! National High Five Day
5th - 10th
In this National High Five Day worksheet, students complete activities such as reading a passage, matching phrases, fill in the blanks, choose the correct word, multiple choice, unscramble the words, sequencing, unscramble the sentences, write questions, take a survey, and writing. Students complete 12 activities for Red National High Five Day.
Close Reading of Bullfrog at Magnolia Circle: Text-Dependent Questions, Main Ideas, and Key Vocabulary about the Bullfro
As your 3rd grade class finishes reading Bullfrog at Magnolia Circle, the eighth lesson of this unit helps readers from an understanding of the very specific information on the final page of the book. As with the entire unit, students answer questions by citing evidence from the text as they learn more facts about bullfrogs. Key vocabulary from the story is addressed in an activity where learners create glossaries including their own definitions and illustrations of the different words. A great lesson that furthers young scholars' ability to read and understand informational text.
High Five Blend and Word Family Game
Practice using word blends and learning about word families by participating in a class game. Learners will collaborate as teams in a game by throwing beanbags onto a shower curtain with word blends on it. They will say the sound their bean bag lands on, identify a word with the sound, and use the word in a sentence. Great learning fun!
Real-life Word Problems, Part 5
Bring these four word problems to your second grade class to reinforce addition, subtraction, and money math. The problems provide space to write out the proper equations, as well as separate areas to fill in the answers. Use these problems as a quiz or group activity to assess problem-solving skills!
Tricky Word Problems, Part 2 - Choosing the Operation
Can your learners figure out which equation to solve? Use this resource to challenge your third graders with word problems involving the four operations. Each problem has a section to write the answer, but pupils will need to write out work on a separate piece of paper.
Tricky Word Problems - Choosing the Operation
Decipher the equations in these addition and subtraction word problems. Two examples at the top of the page guide second graders as they solve the rest of the problems. There is no space to write out the equation, but there is a place to write out the answer. Assign the activity to groups or during math centers.
Real-Life Word Problems, Part 6
Bring math alive with these five word problems. Using multiplication and division in a space for writing equations, fourth graders solve the word problems and practice writing out the answers in a separate area. Helpful as either a homework assignment or as an in-class activity
Real-life Word Problems, Part 4
Bring math to real life with this review resource! With five word problems on bars of chocolate, boxes of tissues, and bottles of lemonade, this is an excellent way for fourth graders to apply their math knowledge to real life scenarios. For extra practice, bring in some of these items to demonstrate the equations in class!
Real-Life Word Problems, Part 2
Are you looking for word problems to fit into your Common Core math lesson? Use this resource to assess your third graders' problem-solving skills. They read 14 word problems involving multiplication and division, and write the answers in space provided. Helpful for reinforcing mental math skills!
Code Calling - Working Out New Words
Young readers practice deciphering new words by using context clues and grammatical rules. The online activity embedded in the plan is especially engaging, and should be enjoyable for all pupils who work through it. A good printable worksheet is also present in the plan that can be used as a homework assignment, or as in-class assessment. The activity is incredibly thorough and well-designed. Definitely worth a look for you 1st grade teachers!
Question words, question marks
Practice the five W's and question marks with a fun grammar worksheet. After copying the words who, what, where, when, why, and how, kindergartners fill the words into various questions. For extra practice, have kids come up with their own questions to ask each other.
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