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Two worksheets that will give students practice changing singular nouns to plural nouns. Each worksheet has 30 nouns to change, plus students are asked to choose two of the new plural nouns to use within a sentence.
A Home for Luna is a heart-warming tale about adapting to another place, displacement, our need for community and friendship, and the life-changing value of kindness.
About the story: When Luna washes up on a strange shore, she is scared and lonely. She shelters under a wooden crate and dreams of a home from long ago.She soon discovers there is beauty in her new land. “A smell filled the air. A smell like home, but not exactly.” Along the way Luna makes unexpected friends. But will she ever feel at home in a place so different from the one she remembers?
This teaching resource will help guide your teaching with this book and the themes that are contained within it. Themes include: relationships, conflict, homelessness, adapting to change. It is also a book that can lead to discussions on what living things need to survive, observable changes in our environment (sky and landscape), life cycles, ecosystems and sustainability.
Bundle and SAVE! This bundle will give you 22 colorful shape posters for your classroom bulletin board or a Math center.
What you get:
- 2D shape posters set: circle, diamond, heart, hexagon, kite, octagon, oval, parallelogram, pentagon, rhombus, square, star, trapezoid and triangle
- 3D shape poster set: cone, pyramid, cube, prism, cylinder, sphere
- Polygon family tree set: Poster #1 Polygons: triangle pentagon, heptagon, quadrilateral, hexagon, octagon
This Great Gray Owl resource includes ten pages perfect for any student creating a report or project on this bird! There are nine pages that can be used to record findings such as its scientific classification, range, habitat, diet and much more. The last page includes a full black and white illustration so that students can create a colorful picture of this magnificent owl.
Students can use a variety of resources to learn about the owl or they can go to “The Great Gray Owl“.
This generic novel study unit can be used with any book and includes multiple ways to engage students and encourage reading comprehension! It is a great tool to study literature as students focus on literary elements like setting, plot, characterization, conflict, resolution and theme in an interactive way!
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This math workbook has been designed to give 3rd and 4th graders practice solving real-life money word problems. It includes 18 worksheets which increase in difficulty. All worksheets will give students a list of clothing items and prices. Students will then be given 12 problems (on each worksheet) to solve. Answer Keys provided.
– 3 Worksheets asking for a cost total of x items
– 3 Worksheets asking for a cost total of x items (answer bank given)
– 3 Worksheets asking for either the cost total of x items or or the amount of change due
– 3 Worksheets asking for either the cost total of x items or the amount of change due (answer bank given)
– 3 Worksheets all asking for the amount of change due
– 3 Worksheets all asking for the amount of change due (answer bank given)
Students will love this hands-on resource designed to create a fun Mink Lapbook!
Includes Lapbooking instructions, templates to use as they record what they know or are learning about minks, (such as where they live, the types, size, predators, diet and more) and a lapbooking rubric.
Designed to use with multiple age / grade levels.
Planning a study on the mink? Minks are dark-colored, semiaquatic, carnivorous mammals of the genera Neogale and Mustela and part of the family Mustelidae! If you are planning to have students study the mink, help them be creative by providing them with these pages to create a report on the mink.
When is a good time to introduce such a project? Perhaps when you are studying semiaquatic habitats or carnivorous mammals! This is a cross-curricular resource that will require students to research and learn about the life of a mink (science), record and write what they have learned (language arts) and complete map work (geography).