Step by Step
Students make predictions about what they think Francine and Sue Ellen are going going to do using story starters in "Discussing plans". They watch the video about East Hartford and discuss what they notice about the neighborhood.
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Teaching Lowercase Cursive Step by Step
Pupils can perfect their penmanship by following the steps provided here! The reference page walks learners through each lowercase letter in two to four steps, and some steps include fun reminders, like a little image of a karate student...
2nd - 5th English Language Arts
Shape (Or Concrete) Poems
Poetry comes in all shapes and sizes. Young writers pick a shape, select words and phrases that describe how the shape makes them feel, and create a shape poem. A raindrop example and step-by-step instructions give your budding poets a...
2nd - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Step By Step Directions
Perfect for your unit on pumpkins and autumn! Learn how to write step by step directions on how to dry pumpkin seeds based on The Pumpkin Book. Youngesters also explain how they know this is a "how to" book. A fun and yummy lesson!
K - 3rd English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Write On! Step by Step Paragraph Writing
Show your class the world of short report writing. Beginning with the book How to Lose All Your Friends, class members identify the elements of an effective paragraph and analyze written examples. They plan and write paragraphs and short...
3rd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Informational Writing: Lesson 2 of 5
Introduce expository writing to your elementary learners. Young authors write a three-paragraph informational paper using the steps of the writing process. They follow guided lessons to experience each of five steps. Included are tons of...
3rd - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Sequence Clue Words
Leaners read the book Let's Make Tacos and draw a line from the sequence clue words to the step-by-step actions in the book. In order to complete this exercise, they use words such as first, next, last, after, and more. Excellent ideas...
1st - 3rd English Language Arts CCSS: Designed