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Make sure your pupils have something to bring home to mom for Mother's Day by assigning this acrostic poem. The word mother is written in long letters along the left side; individuals use these letters to start each line of a mom-themed...
In this holiday card activity, students make a Mother's Day card. Students first create an acrostic poem about their mothers, then color a picture. Note: There is a misspelling in the sentence "You are my rock of Gebralter."
Students recognize the role of loved ones in their families and the many things their parents and others contribute to their lives. They write an acrostic poem about their mother, father, or other important person. They then make a...
Learners construct Mother's Day cards. In this holiday instructional activity, students use art supplies to create Mother's Day cards. Learners may include an acrostic poem about their mother or a coupon book for their mother.
In this Christmas reading worksheet, 2nd graders read a short story about a bear getting ready for Christmas. Students demonstrate comprehension through questions and sequencing. Students create an acrostic poem using the word CHRISTMAS.
Students read a book about Thanksgiving, and then create an acrostic poem about Thanksgiving. In this Thanksgiving lesson plan, students discuss their own families and what they are thankful for.
Students create a memory book and acrostic poem for Father's Day. In this Father's Day instructional activity, students appreciate unique things their fathers do for them. Students create an original project for their father.
Students examine the Native American belief of "Mother Earth". They read stories from Native American authors and reflect. They illustrate this concept through art and haikus.
Second graders research distance between planets and the sun using encyclopedias. They use toilet paper sheets as a unit of measurement (50 million km.) students stand at planet locations using toilet paper to measure distance between.