The Bones of a Story
In this Language Arts worksheet, students read a Clifford book and describe 5 story elements. These include title, setting, characters, problem, events, and resolution.
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The Great Smelly, Slobbery, Small-Tooth Dog
Read the story The Great Smelly, Slobbery, Small-Tooth Dog: A Folktale from Great Britain by Margaret Read MacDonald and choose from multiple activities to learn about the tale's theme—kindness. With so many options, your kind kids will...
1st - 3rd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Essential Reading Strategies for the Struggling Reader
Beneficial for beginning readers, struggling readers, and those in need of review, a set of language arts activities is a great addition to any foundational reading unit. Focusing on phonological awareness, fluency, instructional...
K - 5th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Go, Clifford, Go!
Let Clifford the Big Red Dog carry your children toward reading fluency with an engaging digital resource. Offering a simple story line that teaches children about different types of transportation, this resource would make a nice...
Pre-K - 3rd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
The Great Smelly, Slobbery, Small -Tooth Dog
Have your class study the British folktale The Great Smelly, Slobbery, Small-Tooth Dog. They will discover the importance of story illustrations along with facts about dogs. Anticipatory and assessment questions are included along with...
K English Language Arts
Introduce Vocabulary: Dinosaur Bones (Barner)
Dig into some prehistoric vocabulary in Bob Barner's informative book Dinosaur Bones. This works best if you introduce the primitive words before reading the story. These are the focus terms in the text: ancient, climate, extinct,...
K - 3rd English Language Arts
Lesson: Painting Stories
You're never too young for a activity in fine art. Explore the painting Deucalion and Pyrrha, based on the Greek myth of the same name, with your class. You'll look at color, composition, texture, and technique, which are easily outlined...
1st - 6th Visual & Performing Arts