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Third graders write Spring acrostic poems. In this Spring acrostic poem instructional activity, 3rd graders listen to Spring: Discovering the Seasons by Mahwah before they compile a list of words that describe Spring. They use the words...
Students write acrostic poems that creatively employ knowledge of a given topic. In this poetry lesson, students choose a topic that relates to recent of current news. Students complete acrostic poems in small groups. Students also...
Your young learners will discover how muscular strength and endurance can increase with this truly hands-on activity! Beginning by writing an acrostic for the word strength, class members then engage in tracking their ability to squeeze...
Students explore the theme of Spring and participate in a variety of activities related to this topic. In this Spring theme lesson, students complete a spring word search puzzle and graph jelly beans as a spring math activity. Students...
Looking for a template for writing an acrostic poem? Here is one that uses the word spring for inspiration. Youngsters create a poem about spring by using the letters in the word spring to start the first word of each line in the poem....
Looking to cover types of poetry and informational text in one lesson? Use a reading comprehension activity that focuses on explanations of rhyming poems, acrostics, quatrains, and haikus, while prompting third graders to answer...
Practice makes proficient! Using a journal of their choice, authors organize pages, then begin their writing journey of on-going writing practice in which they compose all poetic forms including diamante, limerick, free verse, and more!
Winter, spring, summer, and fall! Every season is covered in a 14-page list of writing prompts. Included are story starters, reflection questions, poetry topics, and more.
Eighth graders construct element cubes using an element they have chosen. They design an acrostic for their element and combine them to make a hanging mobile. They share their cube with their classmates as a summary strategy.
Do your pupils know all the colors of autumn leaves? This packet of autumn-themed materials will help your kids fall right into knowledge of colors. Pupils practice making patterns, identifying and writing color words, coloring and...
Learners utilize graphic organizers to predict events that take place in the novel, "Tuck Everlasting" and make inferences about what is read. They compose their own endings to the story.
Eighth graders examine elements and discover what certain elements are used for in our society. In this element lesson students complete a lab activity in groups and create an element cube.
Students interact with a CD Rom to examine pond life. In this pond life instructional activity, students access a CD Rom entitled "Sammy's Science House CD Rom" in order to see pond life during the different season of the year. They...
Students recognize how different characteristics effected American music. In these Aaron Copland lessons, students analyze the themes in American music and more specifically the style of Aaron Copland. Students investigate through...
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