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  • $2.25

    A fun and whimsical cross-curricular activity that your students will love. Students will read a ‘going back in time’ narrative about a young man finding himself aboard a ship with Christopher Columbus. After reading the passage and answering a few ‘get you thinking’ questions, students will be asked to ‘complete the story’. Ask students not only to use their knowledge and skills of writing but also their knowledge about Columbus, the time, the passage to the ‘New World’, living conditions, etc. You may also ask them to do a little research to find out more about the subject before completing the story.

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  • Martin Luther King, Jr. vocabulary exercises

    Help students grow their vocabulary and practice Language Arts skills with this MLK – Martin Luther King, Jr. resource! Use as a standalone resource or as a springboard to further MLK study during the month of January or anytime.


    • – Vocabulary Packet: 39 words
    • – MLK Creative Writing assignment
    • – Alphabetical Order
    • – Scrambled Letters Worksheets
    • – Word Search
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  • $1.50
    This MLK resource is a fun concentration / memory / matching card game. Students will love playing!
    Benefits of matching /memory games include…
    •  -improve concentration
    • – train visual memory
    • – increase short term memory
    • – increase attention to detail
    • – improve the ability to find similarities and differences in object.
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    Here are two activities that students can do to get them thinking about Earth Day and recycling:

    1. The first is a Venn diagram on which students will select 2 materials (from a given list) and compare and contrast them. (examples from the list: paper vs. plastic / natural vs man-made / can be decomposed vs cannot be decomposed)
    2. The second activity will ask students to choose 5 things that can be recycled (from a given list) and give as many examples as they can for each.
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    In the United States, National Flag Day is celebrated on June 14. It commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States on June 14, 1777 by resolution of the Second Continental Congress. This informational text article will help 4th-5th grade students learn about this day set aside to recognize national flag, how it came about and facts about the U.S. flag. To assess reading comprehension and understanding, there are two worksheets for students to complete after reading the text (multiple choice and short answer). Answer keys provided.

    Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level: 5
    Grade level: Fifth Grade
    Automated Readability Index: 4.3
    Grade level: 8-9 yrs. old (Fourth and Fifth graders)

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  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Shape Book

    Students will love creating their very own book on Martin Luther King, Jr.! This MLK shape book will give students the space to self publish any writing about this famous American. Use in January around the holiday or anytime that you want students to be creative and to do a dive into MLK.

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  • Groundhog Day Unit - Worksheets

    Celebrate Groundhog Day this February and help student practice important Language Arts and Math skills while learning fun facts about these little mammals also know as the woodchuck! Students will practice handwriting skills, syllable work, critical thinking, sentence writing, predicting and graphing and learn the parts of groundhog and fun facts such as groundhogs are also known as woodchucks, how long they live, where they live (habitat), what they eat and more!

    Read the below description for more information on this Groundhog Day resource or see a preview here!

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  • $4.00

    This Earth Day product includes a large number of activities for 2nd, 3rd and 4th grades for Language Arts and Science!

    It includes:

    • – A COMPLETE Lapbooking unit
    • – A VARIETY of Language arts activities including vocabulary work (Earth, recycle, reuse, reduce, conserve, resources, water, land, air, awareness, environment, clean, responsible, renewable, energy, natural) ; Mini-Books to create ; Reading comprehension ; Earth Day similes ; Poetry creation and more!
    • Science Activities such as materials categorizing and sorting
    • – Answer Keys
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    Two Earth Day themed word search puzzles for your students!

    • – Words for Puzzle #1: animal, earth, green, growth, plant, recycle
    • – Words for Puzzle #2: animal, conserve, earth, ecology, environment, growth, plant, recycle, reduce, reuse, soil, water

    Why word puzzles? Studies have shown that word search and other word puzzles can help improve memory, focus, vocabulary, word recognition, pattern recognition, and overall mental acuity!

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    This resource is a great extension activity for 2nd-3rd grade students who have just finished learning about Columbus. Students will use their creative imagination and write a travel log as if they were an actual crew member aboard a voyage with Columbus. They will then create a ‘telling telescope’ for their travel log and a fun little sailor hat!

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    This informational article will explain to students about the Cinco de Mayo holiday, when it is, why it is celebrated and who (where) it is observed. After reading, students will be asked several questions to assess reading comprehension and two short essay questions. These essay questions are designed to prompt creative writing.

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    “In fourteen hundred ninety-two
    Columbus sailed the ocean blue.
    He had three ships and left from Spain;
    He sailed through sunshine, wind and rain…”

    This resource will have students copy the entire poem, 14 pages, 2 lines at a time of the famous Columbus poem, “He Sailed the Ocean Blue.” Designed for 1st-2nd grades.

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    2 fun maze puzzles with an Earth Day theme.

    Why mazes? A maze might just look like a fun way to pass time, but they’re actually a valuable learning tool for children. Here’s why:

    • -For children, completing mazes is a great way to boost their problem solving skills.
    • -Solving mazes also boosts their patience and persistence and teaches them about the rewards of work.
    • -Mazes can also help improve a child’s cognitive thought processes.
    • -Solving mazes are wonderful for improving hand-eye coordination.
    • -Concentrating on a maze also helps with memory too
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  • groundhog day word search

    Studies have shown that word search and other word puzzles can help improve memory, focus, vocabulary, word recognition, pattern recognition, and overall mental acuity! So this February, engage students in some brain exercises using these Groundhog Day puzzles!

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  • Martin Luther King, Jr (MLK) High School Research Unit

    Martin Luther King, Jr (MLK) High School Research Unit has been designed to be used around the MLK holiday in January or during Black History Month in February.


    • * The Early Years
    • * Terms to Know (26 terms including: arbitration, conscientious objection, moral suasion, selective patronage and stockholders campaign)
    • * Timeline of important events
    • * Large excerpt of “I Have a Dream” speech
    • * Research questions
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    Students will enjoy creating their own Christopher Columbus book with this resources! They can use to create a story, report or poem about Columbus.


    • – 3 cover templates (blank, Christopher Columbus, A Story of Courage)
    • – 12 inside page templates
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