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This informative passage is about the famous Spanish artist, Pablo Picasso. Students will learn about his life, creative influences, and his art.Christmas Scavenger Hunt (added October 23, 2014) Member
Find out fun Christmas facts with this classroom scavenger hunt activity. Students will learn about the history of Christmas traditions, along with information about Christmas around the world.Word Ladder: Wig to Mug (added October 20, 2014) Member
Words for this activity include wig, pig, big, bag, bug, and mug.Word Ladder: Log to Man (added October 20, 2014) Member
Students build the following CVC words on this worksheet: log, hog, hot, hat, mat, man.Word Ladder: Jet to Can (added October 20, 2014) Member
The following C-V-C words are used on this word ladder worksheet: jet, pet, pen, pan, can, fan.Word Ladder: Rug to Hat (added October 20, 2014) Member
Write the missing letters for each picture shown. As you go down the ladder, each word changes by only one letter. Words include: run, bug, bag, bat, rat, hat.Parts of a Plant Vocabulary Cards (Basic) (added October 20, 2014) Member
A basic set of illustrated vocabulary cards that name and define the different parts of a plant.Coloring Map - Native American Tribes by Region (added October 20, 2014) Member
Students use crayons to color a map of Native American tribal regions found in the United States.Map - Native American Tribes by Region (added October 20, 2014) Member
A United States map showing the regions of Native Americans and many of the major tribes found in each region.Anna and the Mummy (added October 17, 2014) Member
Where is Kitty? Anna searches for Kitty and finds her tangled up in a ball of yarn. Seeing Kitty like that gives Anna a great idea for a Halloween costume!Which Objects Are Planets? (added October 17, 2014) Member
Cut out the picture cards and sort them into two categories: planets and not planets. Objects pictured include: Earth, Jupiter, Sun, Moon, Mars, Neptune, space shuttle, comet, and satellite.Food Chain Vocab Cards (added October 10, 2014) Member
This flash card set has vocabulary words and definitions for your unit on food chains. Words include carnivore, omnivore, herbivore, producer, consumer, predator, prey, food chain, food web, organism, and scavenger.Plant Parts Vocab Cards (added October 10, 2014) Member
This file contains five flashcards with vocabulary words and definitions. Words include stem, leaf, roots, fruit, and flower.Plant Vocab Cards (Intermediate) (added October 10, 2014) Member
This file has a set of vocabulary words and definitions. Words include photosynthesis, chlorophyll, glucose, and carbon dioxide.Halloween Scavenger Hunt (added October 09, 2014) Member
With this interactive class scavenger hunt students will learn fun Halloween facts. Did you know that the largest jack-o'-lantern ever carved weighed over 1,000 lbs.? Or that pumpkins can be red, green, yellow, or even blue! Use this activity to find out many more interesting facts related to HalloweenA Healthier Choice (added October 09, 2014) Member
In this story Jamal tries to help his friend Aliyah make healthier food choices. He provides healthy alternatives to some of her diet staples in hopes that she will feel better and more energized.Cut-and-Glue: Food Groups (added October 07, 2014) Member
Cut out the foods. Glue each in the correct food group category.Card Sort: Food Groups (added October 07, 2014) Member
This activity has 27 cards with foods on them. On the floor, sort the cards into the four basic food groups. This game makes a great learning center.Food Group Wheel (added October 06, 2014) Free
Spin the wheel to view each food. Tell what food group each one belongs to. Includes pictures of yogurt, milk, pretzel, bread, turkey, broccoli, and banana.Mini-Book: Snack Healthy (added October 03, 2014) Member
Color, cut, assemble, and read this miniature book about healthy and unhealthy foods. On each page, students tell whether or not the snack shown is a healthy choice.Card Sort: Nutrition (added October 03, 2014) Member
Sort the food cards into two categories: healthy and unhealthy. This activity makes a great learning center.Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt (added October 03, 2014) Member
When and where did the first Thanksgiving take place? How long did the first Thanksgiving last? What does the president do each year on Thanksgiving? Find the answers to these questions and more!Cut-and-Glue: Healthy vs. Unhealthy (added October 02, 2014) Member
Cut out the pictures of foods. Sort and glue them into two categories: healthy and unhealthy.Game: "I Have / Who Has" (Australian) (added October 02, 2014) Member
Your students will love this whole-class counting money chain-reaction card game.Build Sentences: Thanksgiving (added September 30, 2014) Member
Cut out the word cards. Arrange them into as many complete sentences as you can. Most words are basic sight words, such as: our, me, the, see, you eat. Some words have a Thanksgiving theme, such as turkey, ate, pie, roll, corn.Build-a-Sentence: Turkey (added September 30, 2014) Free
Cut out the words and arrange them into a complete sentence. Then write the sentence and draw a picture. The sentence reads, "Do you see the turkey?"Thanksgiving Mini-Book (added September 30, 2014) Free
Students can color, cut, and assemble this Thanksgiving-themed mini-book. Then they count the objects on each page and write the amounts. Then read the book.Mini-Book: Leaf Coloring (added September 26, 2014) Member
Color the leaves and assemble the mini-book.Mini-Book: Color the Pumpkins (added September 26, 2014) Member
On each page, students color each pumpkin the correct color. Book says: Color the pumpkin red. Color the pumpkin green. Color the pumpkin orange. Etc.Mini-Book: Count the Leaves (added September 26, 2014) Member
Count the leaves on each page of this mini-book. Pages say: I see three leaves. I see five leaves. Etc.Tipi Craft (Plain) (added September 25, 2014) Member
Make your own tipi model. This craft is similar to the one above, except the side walls of the tipi are plain. Students draw their own designs.Tipi Craft (with Pattern Designs) (added September 25, 2014) Member
Make a 3D model of a Native American tipi. Color, cut, fold, and glue this printable pattern. This version has patterned designs on the sides for students to color.Headband Craft (Plain) (added September 25, 2014) Member
Cut, design, and assemble a Native American Indian headband that students can wear. This version does not have designs on the band, so students must draw their own pattern.Headband Craft (With Designs) (added September 25, 2014) Member
Cut, color, and assemble a Native American headband with feathers. This version has a patterned design on the band for students to color.Ian's Halloween Costume (added September 25, 2014) Member
Ian is having trouble deciding on a Halloween costume. Can Sir Wags-a-Lot help him to find the perfect one?Substitute Meany (added September 24, 2014) Member
Jacob finds out his teacher isn't at school today and he will have a substitute. Will his substitute be nice? Or will he be the meanest teacher in the whole school?