# Daily Archives: November 7, 2021

## Rain, Rain, Go Away Short Story Mini-Unit

### Description

The Rain Rain Go Away Mini Unit includes all materials to teach this short story. Students also get the opportunity to be creative and collaborate with others in the creative process. This unit is always a hit in my class.

The resource includes:

❒ An anticipation guide

❒ A copy of the short story

❒ Questions for comprehension

❒ Plot graph activity

❒ Information sheet on characterization and an accompanying activity

❒ A personal word wall to improve students’ vocabulary and understanding

❒ A comprehensive answer key for all activities

Also included are two evaluations with evaluation grids:

❒ An individual evaluation where the student must write an alternate ending to the story

❒ A group evaluation where students must work collaboratively to produce an alternate ending

24 pages total

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Total Pages
24 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 Week

## FREE MATH LESSON – “Integer Vocabulary Digital Interactive Boom Cards Distance Learning”

by Simone

This is an internet based activity. It is paperless and self grading. Great for 1:1 classrooms. Can also be used in a center or with an interactive whiteboard. Students get instant feedback after each question. Boom Cards™ play on any digital device with an internet connection, Hosted by Boom Learning℠. Try a free Boom Cards deck. Chromebook Compatible. Assign Boom Cards with Google Classroom™ Can be used for virtual learning.

Included:

• One deck with 20 cards compatible with the Boom Learning℠ System. This is an internet based activity.

Words included in this deck:

absolute value, credit /debit, debt, increase/ decrease, elevation, inequality, integers, whole numbers, negative /positive, deposit/withdraw, opposites, par, sea level.

The following symbols are also included:

<, >, | |

Common Core Standards

CCSS.Math.Content.6.NS.C.5

Understand that positive and negative numbers are used together to describe quantities having opposite directions or values (e.g., temperature above/below zero, elevation above/below sea level, credits/debits, positive/negative electric charge); use positive and negative numbers to represent quantities in real-world contexts, explaining the meaning of 0 in each situation.

To use this digital resource, you will need:

• a computer, laptop, tablet, iPad or Chromebook
• an internet connection
• an internet browser or the free BOOM app (Android, iPads, and Kindle Fires.)
• a free Teacher BOOM account (needed to assign “Fast Pins”)

Contact me with any questions

Simonesmath@gmail.com

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What are Boom Cards?

A highly motivating, self paced, self grading, internet based activity. Boom Cards live in the cloud. They can’t be printed.

How do students use Boom Cards?

After the teacher opens a free Boom Learning account, he/she will create fast play pins to assign Boom Cards to students. Students do not need an account to use the fast play feature.

Which Devices are Compatible?

Boom Cards™ play on most modern browsers, Android, iPads, and Kindle Fires. They are Chromebook compatible. Not sure your browser is modern enough? Try a free Boom Cards deck first.

You may assign Boom Cards to your students through Google Classroom. In the teacher account, you will be able to get a link for each deck.

Saving Student Data:

Boom Learning also has premium accounts. Premium accounts offer advanced assignment tools, individual and whole class performance tracking, and more.

If you are a new Boom Learning customer, when you redeem your Boom Cards purchase you get 90-day free trial of a premium account. When your trial ends, you can renew or move to a free account. Free accounts use Boom Cards with Fast Play pins. Free accounts do not save student data.

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