This cross-curricular (Science / Literacy – Writing ) product will have students creating their very own mini-books detailing the life cycle of a frog!
Knowledge students will learn:
The book will begin with the female frog laying her eggs near or in water. Students will then learn about the tadpole, what it looks like and what it eats and how it grows and turns into a froglet. They will learn how the froglet has developed the ability to breathe and live on land and then turns into a frog. Does a frog eat different things than a tadpole? Students will find out! At the end of the unit, there is also a coloring page of the different stages from egg to frog.
Students will: — read the text — draw a picture — write (copy) the written text
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Here are 36 positive, growth mindset posters for your classroom. Use several throughout the year, place them throughout your classroom, or use just one a week for a focused growth mindset ‘thought’ for the week. If you use as a thought for the week, you can create a mini-lesson to go along with each by having students write a journal entry about the quote.
Students will love this creative project. This cross-curricular, Language Arts & Social Studies resource will give students templates to create two U.S. President flip books – one for George Washington and one for Abraham Lincoln. A great February activity around Presidents’ Day or when discussing Washington and/or Lincoln’s birthdays.
This can be used for 1st, 2nd or 3rd Grades. For younger students, you can opt to give them facts for each president and allow them to choose which ones to write in the books. For older students, you can also choose to have students read a passage that you already have or to do a little research on their own to find facts. Students should write at least 5 facts on each flip book as each will have 5 pages.
This Winter Reading and Writing resource (with a “Read it! Draw it! Write it!” section) has a variety of pages (and a variety of skills) that you can use in reading and writing centers, as mini-lessons, seat work for early finishers or as homework. Perfect to use in December, January, February and into March!
With this resource, you can create a CVC word flip book on which students can create over 150 words!