Act it Out
In this character education worksheet, students, in groups, read four statements. Each group acts out the problem and draws a picture of the incident. There are four situations to act out in this one-page worksheet.
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Where's the Bear?
Empower your kids to understand relative location through these practice images. They examine where the bear is relative to other objects in 10 images, checking off one of two prepositions. Once this has been completed, consider having...
K - 1st English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Teaching Artists Directory Lesson Plan Sample
Get playful with verbs to help your learners succeed in conveying personality and emotion. To start, ask your class to compare the two included statements that are the same except for the verbs. Next, small groups choose a scenario from...
3rd - 8th English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Out of the Dust: Cubing Strategy
Imagine using a six-sided cube to encourage readers to analyze a topic in greater depth. Create a cube, label each of the six sides with one of Bloom's comprehension levels, and you're ready to launch a discussion of a text. Although...
3rd - 7th English Language Arts
How do Good Citizens Solve Problems?
It's never too early to learn how to be a responsible citizen! Learners listen to stories describing healthy anger management strategies and how to interact well with other (titles recommended). They are guided in a song about shaking...
Pre-K - 2nd Visual & Performing Arts
Act it Out: Dramatizing Asian American Stories
Read and act out folktales, fairy tales, or myths from various Asian American cultures with your class. Each group reads a story aloud and then works together to create a short play or skit about the story. Suggestions for stories are...
K - 12th English Language Arts
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
Learners create a visual display from a book. First, they read and analyze the book Esperanza Rising by Pam Muñoz Ryan. Next, they work in groups to create visual elements from the story. In addition, they write a beginning to their own...
2nd - 5th Visual & Performing Arts
Meet Your Neighbor: Action Verbs
Get your kids moving on the first day of school! This action verb activity doesn't have to be used as an ice breaker, but it sure will work as one. Simply place pairs of cards face-side down on the carpet, each with an action verb...
K - 1st English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable