Looking for Mother’s Day themed independent writing idea for your students? Look no further! Mother’s Day Writing: Top 10 is a writing assignment that your students will have fun doing! It’s an excellent idea for a literacy center! Don’t worry– I didn’t forget how important stepmoms are! Included with the top 10 mom template is the top 10 stepmom template. I hope you enjoy and please leave feedback :).
This Omega English product contains a 3 page Handout that helps students gain a better understanding of allusions and how they are used in literature. This product can be used as a handout, printable, poster, or projected. It is very clear and concise and addresses what are allusions, the purpose of allusions, and how allusions can cause misconceptions.
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Your student’s Moms/Mums/Grandmas/Aunts & Special Ladies are going to LOVE their very first ‘diamond’ necklace made by their child! And you are going to LOVE the feedback and smiles on everyone’s faces!
I have been making these in my classroom for years and I have Moms come back years later raving about their first ‘diamond’ necklace and how it is still their most prized piece of jewelry!
This Pack Includes: *Photos of how to make the ‘diamond’ necklace
*Recipe for flour/salt dough w/ directions
*Alternative suggestion to using flour/salt dough with photos
*Necklace poem- 4 frames- for Mom
*Necklace poem- 4 frames- for Mum
*Necklace poem- 2 frames for Grandma, 1 for Aunt & 1 for ‘Special Lady’
Poem: ~Copy on colored paper and wrap or present with the necklace! I have included poems for Mom/Mum/Grandma. If you need something else, please contact me!
All you need is some flour, salt, water & dimes! Add some paint, ribbon & beads and you are all set for a gift that will put a ‘sparkle’ in mom/mum/grandma’s eyes and heart!
This is a Mother’s Day card. The download is a poem and questions for the students to answer about their mom. It is so cute to hear the little ones write about their moms. The picture shows what I do on the outside of the card. I hope you enjoy this freebie!
This graphing printable has a Mother’s Day theme, and has color and black and white printing options. The counting pages have answer keys, and the individual roll and graph activities will have answers that vary. The color and black and white count and graph pages are different, offering 4 options for use.
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Reinforce your students short vowels study with this hands on short vowels literacy center! These centers are simple to set up, and engaging for students.
Easy to Use!
Just print 1 copy on cardstock for durability, cut and fold. Place in your literacy center for students to use. When in the center, students will choose a card try to read the word and then lift the flap to see a picture of the word’s meaning.
Try these digital guided reading leveled Boom Cards™ for some online comprehension practice!
This free deck includes a short story (guided reading level G) and comprehension questions.
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Identify Pangngalan in these interactive task cards. Perfect for distance learning. These digital task cards contain 16 questions that asks your students to identify the Pangngalang (noun) used in each sentence. Just drag and drop the highlighter in order to show the answers.
This is a great way to review nouns and a quick check for understanding.
by Third Grade to the Core Kindergarten – 6th Grade
Comparing and Contrasting is a skill that students will use in any grade level. This Sheet is a great way to get them to organize their thoughts. It comes with a poster that you can print, laminate, and display in your classroom!
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Treat your students to a different kind of vocabulary lesson with Five Words of Freedom.
This informational text freebie presents the etymologies of 5 words—vote, Congress, Senate, representative, and democracy. Like people, word histories are full of surprises, and these entertaining 5 are no exception.
The package includes CCSS-aligned questions and full answer keys.
Use the ideas in this product to spark discussions about what living in a democracy means.
Have students make their own personal Words of Freedom list and then do some digging into their histories. Great stuff for reports
by Grasshopper Mathematics Pre-Kindergarten – 2nd Grade
Days of the Week and Months of the Year
Freebie version that includes 4 of the 35 pages of days of the week and months of the year practice! Includes colored pieces that you can cut out and line up in the right order, tracing sheets that are also color coded and several fill in the blank sheets. In the full version all sheets start out color coded for each particular day of the week or month of the year and then also include black and white when the child becomes proficient with the colored reminders.
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Kindergarten and first grade students can strengthen their patterning skills with this Earth Day patterning activity. Perfect for use in a math station and a great way to combine science, ecology and math. Both color and grayscale versions are included.
This sorting activity is perfect for your lessons about recycling and Earth Day. It can be used in a science center or as a cut-and-paste worksheet for students to complete independently. Beware! Several of the objects can be placed in more than one category! Can your students explain why they chose to sort the objects the way they did?
Two pages, black and white
For best results, print onto cardstock and laminate.
This Earth Day, give your students this report card and have them evaluate how “green” their school / classroom / home is.
There are three different report cards: one for the whole school, one for the classroom, and one for the home. You could either have all students complete both the school and classroom report card, or divide your class into two groups and have one group complete the school card, and one group complete the classroom card. Students could then compare the results to see how their classroom compares to the school. Home report cards could be taken home for students to complete with their parents.
Use this Pig the Pug directed drawing activity to pair with any Pig the Pug book by Aaron Blabey. To turn it into a Pig the Winner drawing have students finish by drawing a 1st place medal around his neck!
Your kiddos will love recreating “Pig” and his grumpy pug face.
When they are finished they can use crayons, markers, or watercolors to color him in!
This directed drawing set includes one page with pictures only and 3 pages with pictures and instruction. Feel free to use this product for distance learning if desired!
This is an advanced directed drawing made for students that have done directed drawings before.
Take a look at my other free directed drawings for a simpler first directed draw:
This is an easy STEM activity for elementary grades. Students will work in groups to complete the longest chain! There is a challenge sheet that clearly states the challenge; including the materials needed. There is also an engineering and design process recording sheet for groups to use when planning and improving their designs. This a sample of one of the activities in our Family STEM/ STEAM Night Package.
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by TiePlay Educational Resources LLC 4th – 7th Grade
FREE Ecology, recycle, sustainable… a free Earth Day worksheet. This word search contains 21 Earth Day vocabulary words. Penny Inman (TpT Seller) said, “Great little filler activity for my students who love word searches. Helps with tracking and vocabulary and spelling.” Happy Earth Day!
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This is an arts integrated smartboard lesson. Students will learn about the Earth’s natural rresources and about the art of Andy Goldsworthy. There are several interactive pages for the class to complete. The lesson concludes with the students going on a nature walk around the school to collect materials to create their own Earth art. This is a great lesson for Earth Day.
by EduTunes With Miss Jenny Pre-Kindergarten – 1st Grade
Introducing the “Blend it, Read it, Type it, Tap it™” short a Boom Card™ set. Children learn the Science of Reading phonics strategy of blending sounds to make CVC words. They also type the words and tap on the matching illustration. Please click HERE to see a preview of these cards in action.
This set is great for independent or small group practice. It complements my Alphabet Chants and Sound Quiz decks. You can find a related song, “ABC Fun,” on my blog. You also may want to try these related materials:
Boom Cards™ are truly incredible. They can be done on iPads, computers, Chromebooks, or cell phones. They are also compatible with Seesaw and Google Classroom.
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