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In this treasure chest drawing worksheet, students view, analyze and discuss its forms and lines and then lay out all the colors they'll need to color it in appropriately.
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What I Treasure Most
"What do I treasure most in the world?" Young writers respond to this prompt by crafting a personal narrative that shows why they value this object, person, animal, or special skill. They also create a pop-up illustration of their treasure.
4th - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Around Town: Neighborhood and Community: Extra Support Lessons (Theme 3)
Neighborhood and community is the theme of a unit comprised of extra support lessons. Following practice pages and a teach, blend, guided practice, practice/apply routine, the series of lessons provide additional reinforcement of reading...
2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Jargon Hunter from Reading Laboratory 2.0
Explore a pirate island full of treasure, gems, and questions! Direct your character around the island, where pirates and parrots will challenge her with questions about language. But you'd better be quick with your responses! You only...
1st - 8th English Language Arts
Literature Connection: Inventions Over Time, Russell and the Lost Treasure
First graders discuss inventions and how they have changed over time. In this inventions over time instructional activity, 1st graders view images as primary source documents to discuss technologies and how they were being used. Students...
1st Social Studies & History