Kids will have a fun and engaging time learning about Abraham Lincoln with this interactive Smartboard.
Use as an introduction, unit review or for independent practice with your students.
Simply drag and drop the correct answer into the box. Picture cues and differences in answer box sizes will help younger learners. This can also be a great opportunity to use the Smartboard markers to locate sight words within sentences, find and mark punctuation and capitalization.
If you are interested in more engaging Smartboard activities with colorful graphics, please check out my other items, in particular:
“We the People – President’s Day Smartboard” on my TpT page
which contains 23 slides for President’s Day activities (graphic organizers, background information on Lincoln and Washington, Glow in the Dark mystery pages, Fill in the Blank activities, math and language activities.
This is a free sample of our Math Art worksheets. This download includes one worksheet requiring the pupils to evaluate expressions using algebraic substitution. Once pupils have completed the questions they need to shade all the squares with that answer in the color stated. This results in a Valentine’s image. This download includes both the UK and US versions taking into account the spelling differences.
Our purchasable Math Art has at least two, usually three differentiated worksheets per topic.
Math Art combines the fun of coloring and the consolidation of mathematical skills. Ideal as a plenary activity to determine what learning has taken place, alternatively use to determine pupils prior knowledge to a topic and of course great for revision.
All our resources come complete with instructions, solutions where appropriate and ideas to stretch and support pupils. Check out www.numberloving.co.uk for more ideas and resources like this. We hope you enjoy using this resource with your students, we would love to hear how it went, please leave a review. Get in touch via the links below.
“When it comes to adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers, many students have great difficulty. In reality, it is a very confusing and abstract idea; so, it is important to give the students a concrete visual to assist them in seeing the solution. Find out how I teach this concept to my remedial college math students in my newest blog post. “
Do you want happy children learning to solve word problems in a fun and effective way?
These math problems are designed to make students to act them.Through dramatizing they discover what to do. Both the actors and the spectators are very focused and motivated to solve them.
You can customize them by adding the name of your students.
In addition you can use the worksheets doing cooperative learning (by groups using different strategies), group work, work math centers , couples or individual.
¿Quiere niños contentos aprendiendo a resolver problemas de matemáticas de una manera divertida y eficaz?
Estos problemas están pensados para que los alumnos los dramaticen. Mediante el teatro escenifican el enunciado. Tanto los protagonistas como los espectadores están muy motivados y atentos para resolverlos.
Pueden personalizarlos añadiendo el nombre de sus alumnos.
Además, una vez escenificado, puede utilizar las fichas de trabajo mediante aprendizaje cooperativo (por grupos utilizando diferentes estrategias como el folio giratorio), trabajo grupal, centros de matemáticas, trabajo por parejas o individual.
Puedes encontrar más problemas dialogados en el siguiente enlace:
Emotions can carry quite a range, and they all stem from the heart ♥ Celebrating the good, the bad, the positive, and the negative with this freebie Heart Emoji clipart! Included are 12 color and 12 white-filled blackline heart expressions for a total of 24 images in this emoji hearts clip art set. Enjoy!
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Cute Valentine’s Day card for your students to complete for a classroom buddy or family member.
*Part of my Valentine’s Day Fun Pack* which has comprehension and writing activities for 2 books: Fancy Nancy and There Was an Old Lady who Swallowed a Rose, and much more! Click below for a look. Valentine’s Day Fun Pack
This fun FREEBIE is perfect for Valentine’s Day! Your students will love this fun Valentine’s word search to celebrate the holiday. There are 18 Valentine themed words to find. An answer sheet is also included in the resource.
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Use this Valentine’s Day Freebie to encourage your students to write the Top 10 Reasons why they love a special member of their family. Glue it inside a card or use it alone! It’s a quick and easy way for your students to write how they feel about a special member of their family. I am even using it to write to each of my kiddos, my husband, and my parents to give to them on Valentine’s Day! It is always nice to hear the reasons why someone loves you and it is important to teach kids to express their feelings in positive ways!
Let students use these five finger summary templates:
Title… Somebody wanted…. But… So…. In the end….
to summarize almost any Martin Luther King, Jr. book and turn it into a five finger summary accordion book. Use the prewritten summary pages for your younger students. They simply illustrate each page to make it their own. Older students can use the lined templates to write their own summaries.
A GATE frame is also included for those more capable students to challenge, inspire, and invoke critical thinking.
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Are you looking for a fun center this holiday to review colors and sorting? Have a ‘Polar Express’ unit planned and would like a center that coordinates with it? Love getting something GREAT for free??? Here it is!
This is my best FREEBIE yet! My son is a train fanatic and saw my other ‘All Aboard’ packs lying around…before they got trashed, I created one for him- colors- and figured I would share! Feel free to use in your classroom, or at home with your own little ones!
This Pack Includes: *Directions/Suggestions For Use
*Engine and 5 color programmed cars
*15 picture cards (3 for each color)
*1 Santa card (he can be put as driving the engine or used for ‘red’)
*1 B&W Printable
*Great center, small group activity, learning game activity for a holiday party, festive assessment tool for knowledge of colors- for both mainstream & RTI students, and more!
*Virtually no prep required and tons of fun for your students!
Want more colors to sort? Again, inspired by my son who was wondering where the others color were, I created an add-on pack that has 6 more colors and 18 more picture cards to sort! You can find it in my TpT store- ‘All Aboard the Color Train- Add-On Pack” or click on the direct link: All Aboard The Color Train Add On Pack
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This is a super easy project to prepare. Students use 2D shapes to create a Santa. The shapes can be traced upon card stock and used as templates OR you can challenge your students to create their own shapes. When Santa is complete, students count their shapes and write how many upon the recording sheet.
December can be a little nuts, and this hands on, print and go center is just what you need to keep your students engaged and learning! This pack covers letter sounds for s, r, c, b, and t, identifying Christmas word, graphing, identifying pictures, and writing a story! It’s sure to be a hit just like the rest of my Bowl & Learn Centers!
Simply print out the center(s) you’d like to use, laminate the bowling sheet, copy the recording sheets, add mini bowling pins (available at the Dollar Tree or on Amazon) small cups, or even toilet paper rolls!
These centers will require a short modeling lesson before your students get to work.
These centers work very well in partners, and are a great opportunity for students to practice taking turns.
Keep your students writing all December long with these 9 no-prep holiday writing prompts. There are six Christmas prompts, two each for opinion, informative, and narrative writing. There are also three Hanukkah prompts, one for each of the three writing types.
These prompts will work perfectly with I Heart Paragraph Writing – Paragraph of the Week as a seasonal prompts. They could also be used with whatever paragraph program you are using, or you could simply use them as a jumping off point and use notebook paper for organizing, first draft, editing, and final drafts. They could also be expanded into 3-5 paragraph essays.
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A fun Christmas Party Game! Stick or Pin the Nose on the Reindeer. Try this quick little game that is fun for all ages. Print out the reindeer with no nose, and then hang it up on the wall. Use a red pom pom for the nose for Rudolph or a black one if you want to make a different reindeer or caribou. Instead of using pins, get some petroleum jelly, put some where the nose is supposed to go, and give each contestant a dab on their nose! Kids have to stick a pom pom on their nose, walk over to the reindeer poster, and attempt to transfer the pom pom nose to the reindeer’s face! It’s pretty difficult, so no blindfolds are necessary! Enjoy this free printable for some quick fun this Christmas at school or at home for your holiday gathering! Merry Christmas!
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Combine scientific classification using dichotomous classification keys with holiday fun and community service!
Teach your middle and high school students how to use a dichotomous classification key while instructing them on the importance of holiday giving and community service.
Students will use this “scientific” classification key to identify the scientific name of various candies and toiletries. As the activity progresses, students will place the candies in small stockings and the toiletries in Ziplock bags so that they can be donated to local food banks, homeless shelters or nursing homes.
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It’s November Teacher Talk Time…..Can you believe that Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away. Time sure flies. We have so many great tips and ideas for you from awesome educators. Be sure to take a look at what everyone has to say.
I can only speak for myself,
but I bet that many of us have not even thought about speaking with our
students concerning using good manners when commenting on that blog
post, or stating opinions on social media sites. Not only do our
classes need to be educated about online etiquette, or netiquette but they have to learn to be careful about what kind of information they share online.
November . . . the time of year when students are starting to get antsy for Winter Break, yet it’s still not close enough. Teachers are tired, parent conference time and report cards are here, the time change has made it darker earlier. . . Bookmaking is the perfect solution for reinvigorating your students’ writing in any content area!
Our family has a reunion every year at Thanksgiving time. We are
scattered all over the country (actually all over the world) now, but
each year as many as possible try to meet up for a banquet cooked by
professional chefs (yay!) rather than by any of us. ***********************************************************
“Once upon a time, there was a fearsome dandelion fighter. Every week, he rode a 20 horsepower mower across an immaculate lawn… a lawn manicured so carefully that when the neighborhood association whipped out its Home Depot measuring tape, no matter where they measured, his grass was exactly 1 1/2 inches tall… ” *********************************************************** Looking deeper at craft and structure in the Common Core By Lisa Robles of LisaTeachR
Looking deeper at craft and structure in the Common Core