Drawing Conclusions: "Spider's Story"
In this drawing conclusions worksheet, students reread "Spider's Story" which is not available, and complete a T Chart of evidence/story details and what students already know and conclusion. Students fill in 5 sections.
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What is a Philanthropist?
What does a philanthropist do? Help your class explore philanthropy using character development and literacy ideas. Learners will define and give examples of philanthropy, listen to The Lion and the Mouse, discuss how the characters help...
K - 2nd Social Studies & History CCSS: Designed
We Can Work It Out: Challenge Activities (Theme 7)
Challenge pupils with a variety of We Can Work It Out themed activities. In a unit created to extend learning opportunities, scholars create a problem solving chart, a sequence of events chart, design a crop poster, make a plan to...
1st English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Identifying the Problem in a Story
Model how to identify and describe the problem in a story with Eve Bunting’s My Red Balloon. Then guide your learners through the process with Olivia and the Missing Toy. For independent practice, individuals draw a picture and write a...
1st - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Identifying Problems and Solutions in the Story
Students explore story structure. In this Groundhog's Day story structure literacy lesson, students listen to the story Groundhog Stays Up Late by Margery Cuyler, then pause half way through the story to identify the problem and...
K - 1st Visual & Performing Arts CCSS: Designed
Identifying Setting Using Evidence from the Text
Help young readers find the setting in the story. They will review what a setting is with a modeled example by the teacher. After reading The Cow Who Wouldn't Come Down by Paul Brett Johnson and completing a practice sheet, they will be...
K - 1st English Language Arts CCSS: Designed