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Kids who need extra support with the concepts in the Houghton Mifflin Harcourt thematic unit on silly stories, will benefit from this packet packed with skill builders, activities, exercises, and practice sets.
Students investigate bats. In this animal science lesson, students use several websites and suggested bat books to write an informative paragraph. Students should be able to write with 90% accuracy.
Check out this thematic unit, based on the game of baseball. Learners investigate numbers and number relations as they become familiar with some of the basic terminology associated with the game. They focus their attention on actual...
Learners that need extra support will benefit from this packet of materials that provide differentiated instructional materials designed for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt's thematic unit study of color.
Sixth graders are introduced to the wonderful world of Bats and Clapper Rails. They comprehend and demonstrate the systematic listing and counting of possible outcomes. Students systematically list and count each bat and clapper rail...
Sixth graders are introduced to the students the wonderful world of Bats and Clapper Rails. They comprehend how science is a process for generating knowledge. Students apply the following scientific processes to other problem solving or...
This set of lessons stretches over the course of two weeks, where learners engage in a reading marathon and use graphic organizers to display their understanding of stories.
Students participate in physical activities. They play a game similar to softball. Students hit a volleyball with a bat that is wrapped-up in a towel. The team that scores the most runs wins the game.
In this reading and writing worksheet, students learn the plural forms of basic 3 letter words. They match the 6 plural words from the word bank with the corresponding images from the 6 options on the page.
Students participate in a few quick and easy PE games for the non-athletic teacher. All students can participate. They play hockey or a variety of basketball games such as whole class, sidelines, knockout or around the world.