My goals was to get my students to really WORK with sight words for a small chunk of time each day. I want them reading, building, writing, using sight words in engaging activities. My students ran to their stations and complained when we left. In fact, we started working on learning each station the second week of school.
Program addresses NEW Math standards. Authored by Rosalind Mathews. Foreign Language Grade 3 - Grade 5 Description: Students complete a chart by using Spanish to obtain weather information on cities around the world and report their findings to the class using Spanish phrases.
Students may convert temperature from Celsius to Fahrenheit and locate cities on wall map if Subject s: Mathematics Kindergarten - Grade 2 Description: Students use concrete materials, number symbols, and number words to represent equivalent amounts. Mathematics Grade 3 - Grade 5 Description: The students will work cooperatively to create tessellation patterns by playing 10" by 10" Tessellations.
They need to use critical thinking skills to decide if pattern block plane figures will tessellate and how each block will best fit into the Years Language Arts Grade 6 - Grade 8 Description: After students choose one of the top movies to view, they research critical reviews and then write their own reviews.
Authored by Desiree Senter. What does look like? What is the best way for Ants to move on? Students will have fun counting to orally as they use grids to display the raisins they counted.
Foreign Language Grade 9 - Grade 12 Description: Students recognize and use numbers from in Spanish or French when heard randomly and in context other than in the classroom.
Students recognize cognates and basic vocabulary related to counting and topics in the classroom. Mathematics Grade 6 - Grade 8 Description: Students enjoy this engaging activity with a twist on the binary system.
The lesson begins with an intriguing roll playing to gain interest.
Music, Theater Kindergarten - Grade 2 Description: This is a fun and creative way to explore the 12 Days of Christmas. This lesson reinforces numerical order, repetition within a song, and group effort. Have you ever been on a scavenger hunt? Have you ever been on one using the Internet?
In this activity, students will participate in an Internet scavenger hunt as they search for the answers to questions about the Summer Olympics. Authored by Denise Russell. Science Grade 3 - Grade 5 Description: This lesson in motion offers students the opportunity to work cooperatively in groups to assemble and launch a rocket.
Students learn the poem -Thirty Days Hath September- in preparing for learning about the number of days in the months and year. Once memorized, they practice using the calendar to count the number of days in different problems.
Mathematics Grade 9 - Grade 12 Description: This lesson covers right triangle relationships of the triangle. Science Grade 6 - Grade 8 Description: Students have a chance to actively see each phase of the moon and make connections to what they see in the sky when you show how the moon goes through each of the phases.
Language Arts Grade 9 - Grade 12 Description: Students working in groups of 4, complete a puzzle by matching terms and definitions. This is the fifth lesson in the unit, Where We Come From.Two Dice.
Find all the numbers that can be made by adding the dots on two dice. Lesson Plans - All Lessons ¿Que'Ttiempo Hace Allí? (Authored by Rosalind Mathews.) Subject(s): Foreign Language (Grade 3 - Grade 5) Description: Students complete a chart by using Spanish to obtain weather information on cities around the world and report .
A creative writing stimulus that generates a random combination of character, themes, settings and opening lines. Roll ‘n’ Write Games By Karen Cox 47 Comments | Affiliate Disclosure I first made a Roll ‘n’ Write game to go with my Transportation theme to hopefully spark an interest in writing practice, and it was a huge hit.
One thing readers most request is inexpensive (or free) teaching materials. Here is the first 'Teach with Trash' idea, and I plan to have more to come. This is a science activity using empty tissue boxes. You can either save empty ones as they are used up at school, or ask parents to send them in.
You only need six empty tissue boxes. The tissue boxes will be used to make 'feely' boxes or. I am going through a Letter of the Week study with my Four and Two.
Along with reading books, doing crafts, and forming letters, we do a lot of letter-themed math. I was having trouble finding things for letter L -- until I decided to do all ladybugs! Since their big sister is just finishing kindergarten, we did loads of ladybug math appropriate for preschool, kindergarten.