Keeping Track of Time
In this telling time instructional activity, students write what time they do each of the listed activities during the day. They then draw that time in on the blank clocks on the page. There are 8 questions on the instructional activity.
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Family Time: English Language Development Lessons (Theme 5)
Support English language development with a family-themed unit consisting of a series of lessons designed to get your scholars moving, looking, speaking, writing, and listening. Conversation topics include birthdays, family...
2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
We Can Do It!: English Language Development Lessons (Theme 10)
English language development lessons are brought to you in poems, picture cards, and grand discussions in a We Can Do It! themed unit. Topics of discussion include daily challenges, parts of a whole, words that describe what we hear,...
1st English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
New Review Summer Reading Record
No more summer reading lag! Give young readers a set of graphic organizers and worksheets to keep track of the books they read over the summer and to keep reading comprehension skills fresh. The graphic organizers include identifying...
1st - 3rd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
New Review Hey Batter, Wake Up!
Does jet lag affect a baseball team's performance in games? Read about how a baseball team's chance of winning a game can be affected by traveling over one, two, and three time zones. Readers then respond to five short answer questions...
3rd - 4th Math CCSS: Adaptable
The Cat in the Hat Activity Exploring Weather
Observe different types of weather right in your classroom! Here, pupils look at clouds, rain, snow, wind, and hot and cold temperatures, and observe these weather patterns at school. They keep track of their observations in a worksheet...
K - 2nd Science CCSS: Adaptable