Here is a fun code puzzle where students must figure out the words (without text clues) to complete a crossword puzzle! Students are given 4 ‘clue’ letters and the rest will be for them to discover…using critical thinking skills and their knowledge of Easter related vocabulary. After the students have found the words and completed the puzzle, they are then asked to write a story using each of the words at least once.
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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.
One of the most important life skills that we can teach any student is to think critically. One way to help students begin practicing and honing their critical thinking skills is through making connections through analogies. Here are 3 analogy worksheets with a St. Patrick’s Day theme that students will enjoy!
An analogy is a comparison between two things, comparing two things which are comparable in significant respects. Here are two examples of analogies that are included…
finish line : race :: pot of gold : ___________
olive branch : peace :: shamrock : ___________
These are multiple choice worksheets. Answer keys included.
Have students start the New Year off writing! Here are fun top hat shaped pages for students to use as the self-publish their writing. They can use for a variety of writing assignments and I’ve included numerous ‘types’ of pages to help your students get creative!