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Just laminate and write with a wipe-off marker. This 24"x 32" chart tablet is the perfect addition to your classroom. Children will love writing in their very own books. Each story book features high-quality paper and color-coded lines that make writing easier and help build a strong foundation in penmanship. Bright colors make this the most popular dry-erase, individual lapboard on the market! Directions: Each picture has something in common with the other pictures in its row.
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Fill in your answers at the bottom of the page. A hungry dog eagerly chewed a juicy bone. The Monday—Thursday lessons cover a variety of grade-appropriate subjects. Each book for Grades PreK—6 includes over stickers that can be used to track progress and reward good work. Directions: Add words of your own to make sentences. The first one has been done for you.
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Alphabetize the words. Categorize the words by syllables. List the words from shortest to longest by number of letters. Student-directed activities help middle schoolers learn how to get organized, how grading is done, and how to develop good study skills. Combine the words into one meaningful sentence. If your list has more than five words, combine any five into one meaningful sentence.
List the words in pyramid form from easiest to hardest. The word at the be the one bottom should be the one for you to spell. This series includes a weekly schedule and instructions in Spanish on how to use the book. The directions for each lesson are written in both English and Spanish and the lessons are written in English. This series takes a fresh approach to the mastery of grade-specific skills.
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Complete answer keys are provided. The motivating activities in this series of books can generate the feeling of success. They can be used to introduce, reinforce, and review grade-specific skills in language arts, math, science, and social studies. A bonus section at the end of each book provides a jump start to the next grade level, with a selection of language arts and math activities.
Wrap the body in strips Insert amulets charms Place a vulture amulet Place a special amulet Place a mask over the. After the mummy was made, the ancient Egyptians would recite spells or prayers from the Egyptian Book of the Dead to help the deceased in the afterlife.
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Teachers have them sitting on their desks and refer to them regularly. It was too big to fit into a canopic jar. The brain was considered sacred. Give students the tools and the experience they need to critically analyze text and respond to test questions that are correlated to the Common Core State Standards.
Begin with Test A, which provides call-out tips on how to approach each question or problem. Progress to Test B, which provides fewer tips. Test C provides no tips.
Since the goal is to learn to think critically not just score wellthe answer key gives not just the right answers, but also explanations for why one answer is correct and the others are incorrect. Go back to the first paragraph of the passage to locate the answer. Look at step 3 to see how the incision is used. Approach analogies as puzzles. To solve them, students need to use cognitive processes and critical-thinking skills. The goal is to develop a variety of skills ranging from vocabulary development to reasoning and test-taking.
Add numbers to each 7. Look at the word Match the word pairs in the first pairs in the first column. Think they are conne about how they column with a cted. The first phrase from the are connected. If back to it at the you do not know end. In each sentence, use t way.
Read two different books about bees and fill in the titles Suggestions: The Very Greedy Bee by Steve Smallman on the student glyph key pages. Give each student 1 large and Are You a Bee? Ask each student which book he or she likes better.
Ask each student if he to the right. Ask each student if a bee has ever buzzed in his or her ear. Then bend it in half to look like 2 curly antennae. Ask each student if he or she has ever been stung by a bee. Finally, have each student make 2 wings for the bee. Make sure the head body; glue is on the correct side!
Draw eyes and a smile on the bee. Display the bees on a bulletin board. Take each student fill in the turns reading the glyph clues look for a bee interpret the data that matches the aloud.
Students must description being read. Analysis 1. Copy the Bee Glyph Key page for each student to fill in. Sort the completed Bee Glyphs with students according 4. Fill in the Bee Glyphs to each question. Data page as you answer each question. Look at the stingers.
What information can you gather students have been stung by a bee? Write a sentence about how many 3. Has a bee buzzed in your to tell about it.
Use tally marks to show how many students have had bees buzz in their ears. Fill in the totals for 2. Do you like to touch insects? Circle the Circle the number of stripes greater number. Count how many bees are flying to the left. Count how many bees are flying to the right. Count how many students like to touch insects. Write a subtraction sentence using the 2 numbers.
Remember to put the greater number first. A glyph is a pictograph or hieroglyph. It is a way to collect, display, and interpret data. The magic of using glyphs to teach math skills like counting, sorting, making tally marks, combining sets, measuring, and making patterns is that in the process, students are also thinking critically by comparing and contrasting, reasoning, and drawing conclusions.
Each activity is labeled with an estimated amount of time it will take to complete—usually just 5 to 15 minutes. Using a combination of realistic photographs and adorable characters, Ranger Rick and his friends help teach beginning math and reading skills. The spiral-bound books are perfect in the classroom or on-the-go.
Grades K—1. Master beginning reading and math skills with activities that teach letter, sound, color and shape, and number recognition. The spiral-bound books are perfect in the classroom for smallgroup or individual use, or take them on-the-go for practice at home.
K—1 80 activities. With the easy-to-use Power Pen and Power Pen learning materials you simply select an answer and receive immediate feedback with an audio and visual response.
The Power Pen sends positive responses to correct answers and encouraging redirection for wrong answers, keeping students motivated and on track. Provide students with activities that help build foundational reading skills.
The fullcolor cards provide picture clues to boost understanding. Each set includes 53 double-sided practice cards as well as instructions and answer key cards, Album). Not for children under 3 yrs. Requires 2 AAA batteries not included. Build reading fluency by providing practice recognizing the first sight words as well as color words and some common nouns.
Picture clues on each card help students decode the nouns. The goal is to choose the correct sight word to complete each sentence. Students will learn how to: n critically analyze questions n determine necessary facts n evaluate problems — which operation needs to be done first n recognize tricky questions. See pg Improve comprehension skills by reading nonfiction and fiction passages and answering questions related to the text.
Create your own interactive tests that allow students to receive immediate feedback with an audio and visual response. All Grades. The comps have 2 make sense.
I 1DR if my writing will bad if I use 2 many similes and meta4s. Thoughtful and constructive report card comments can improve parent-teacher communication and student performance. Each book features hundreds of ready-to-use comments in a variety of specific areas in academic performance and personal development.
General messages are also included, as well as a robust list of helpful words and phrases. This series provides clear and practical resources to help you conduct accurate assessments. Pre-activities determine which students need extra help and which students are ready to advance.
The graphic organizers and writing activities can be customized to meet your curriculum needs and help gather information on how your students learn. The collaborative reflections allow students to work together before moving on to the next concept. Academic Areas. Al mismo tiempo, sus destrezas mejoraron. Muchas best effort. This has become a problem in our class. Se nota que sigue haciendo su mayor esfuerzo.
Por favor motivenlo a para que practique en su casa. Ha demostrado gran capacidad para seguir instrucciones y parece dedicar el tiempo necesario para correctamente formar su letra. Sara, Period 2 Unabbreviated version: Similes and Metaphor s As far as I know, a simile always and forever uses "like" or "as.
The comp arisons have to make sense. A metaphor is more positive because it tells you what you are, not what you are like. I wonder if my writing will be bad if I use too many simile s and metaphors. Then use the will have a question about topic and one thing you think you things you already know about the as many as you can list. If you cannot versions of for the message.
Use these shorter Do write in text, acronyms, or abbreviations or phrases as you can, but then you must also words communication to stand for as many Be sure to only use form on the back of this worksheet. It has space for 40 weeks of lesson plans and for recording attendance, grades, and other notations.
Helpful extras include seating chart suggestions, a birthday chart, a student roster, and monthly planning calendars. This book includes weekly lesson plan pages for six different subjects. Records for each of four week quarters can be read on facing pages. Plus helpful tips for substitute teachers. Enjoy the stylish convenience of this all-in-one book. It provides space for lesson plans as well as records of attendance and grades for 40 weeks of school.
It also includes a student roster, a birthday chart, seating chart suggestions, and monthly planning calendars. Create lesson plans and record attendance and grades for 40 weeks of school. Perforated pages allow one list of student names to be used across several pages of records. Bonus pages provide substitute teacher information, a seating chart, a student roster, a birthday chart, a weekly schedule, a monthly planner, and a grading chart.
Shoot for the stars as you create lesson plans and record attendance, grades and other notations for 40 weeks of school. This all-in-one book also includes a student roster, a birthday chart, seating chart suggestions, and monthly planning calendars. This one book has it all—artwork from Susan Winget, inspiring words of wisdom, weekly planning pages for a week school year, student record sheets, seating charts, and substitute teacher information.
Keep seating charts, substitute teacher information, a class roster, lesson plans, student records, and more in this handy book.
Suggestions for managing conflict are also included. There is plenty of space for lesson plans, attendance records, and grades for 40 weeks of school. It also includes a student roster, a birthday chart, monthly planning calendars, and a grading chart. This one book has it all—weekly lesson plan pages and class record sheets that cover 7 different subjects for two week semesters.
Plus helpful ideas and handy reference materials. This all-in-one lesson plan and record book makes organization easy and beautiful. It also includes a student roster, a birthday chart, 12 large monthly planning calendar spreads, and a grading chart. Keep up to 40 weeks of daily lesson plans in one convenient book! This book includes substitute teacher information, student roster sheets, and memorable quotations to use and discuss throughout the year.
Record grades for assignments, tests, attendance, or other notations. Each twopage spread allows enough space for 10 weeks worth of record keeping. Send home a monthly class newsletter and ask parents to save things for a variety of projects you have planned for the coming months. This large-format planner has plenty of room for lesson plans as well as monthly calendars for longterm planning. It includes a student roster and substitute teacher information. Handy extras like standards information and national standards websites make it an ideal teaching aid.
Featuring the artwork of Mary Engelbreit, this lesson plan book covers a week school year. It has what every teacher needs— a student roster, perforated pages to accommodate week page spreads for recording grades and assignments, an easy-to-use grading chart, and a monthly reminders chart.
Perforated pages accommodate week page spreads for recording grades, assignments, and more. Regardless of your seating the board, and other focal have good visibility of you, and the children in turn 3. Rectangular Seating 2. U-Shaped Seating 1.
Basic Row Seating. The size and shape of your. This month I learned a lot about. Featuring the artwork of Mary Engelbreit throughout, lesson plan pages are provided for a week school year. Includes substitute teacher information, games and activities, a student roster, weekly schedule, and more. In addition to roomy pages for a week school year, this book also has a built-in calendar of daily writing prompts, information on standards, a student roster, a seating chart, and space for notes to help the substitute teacher.
Perforated pages allow one list of student names to be used across several week page spreads for recording attendance, assignments, grades, and test scores. Plus a student roster, a grading chart, and space for monthly reminders. They will need a large sheet of white roll paper.
As a group, students will decide on a list of events they will include. Have students make a series of pictures to represent them. Pictures should be joined with arrows to make a path from beginning to end. Number the pictures in order. If appropriate, write a sentence near each one. Use the map in retelling the story to another class. Other students may wish to use the list of events or scenes to create dioramas and write paragraphs explaining each one.
Display them in story order. Provides plenty of space for daily lesson plans and features weekly brain-teasers that can be used as supplementary assignments. Keep track of everything from attendance to test scores. Has plenty of room for writing as well as perforated pages that allow one list of student names to be used across several pages of records. This book includes substitute teacher information, student roster sheets, and memorable quotations. This handy resource provides organized space for recording grades for assignments, tests, attendance, or other notations.
Each two-page spread allows enough space for 10 weeks of record keeping. Perforated pages allow for easy management of larger classes. A grading chart is also provided.
This spiral-bound book gives teachers plenty of space to list the standards on which their lessons are based. Spiral-bound with perforated pages that allow one list of student names to be used across several pages of records. Keep up to 40 weeks of daily lesson plans in one convenient book along with a substitute teacher information form, plenty of student roster sheets, and monthly calendars.
Featuring the artwork of Debbie Mumm, this lesson plan book covers a week school year. Each weekly schedule is shown on a two-page, Monday through Friday calendar. Extras include substitute teacher information, a student roster, a seating chart, and information on standards.
Includes a student roster, a parent communication form, a monthly reminders chart, and perforated pages that allow one list of student names to be used across several pages of records. The Common Core State Standards emphasize that in order for students to be college and career ready, they must be able to deeply comprehend and analyze texts. Display strips offer an easy way for teachers to meet district requirements for displaying standards in their classrooms.
Includes two reproducible strips to allow teachers to add additional learning goals. Color is in the frog that. Quail have they need to hide. The letter arrows. Color the feather on top! They to the beginning top and follow the at the dot at the Say quail and listen the letter Q.
Start with the letter Q. Can you move quickly. Quails move quickly. Sour Food Food Experiences: such as lemons. Include s house. Discuss w house and then move the characters can represent and baby. See patterns at their several figures that characters that live family. Have available turns choosing the tell a story about their Encourage them to Art: Birthday Necklace family members.
They hole can decorate them Story Time: Book any way they want. Circle Time: Poem. Develop a love of learning with these fun-filled activities that will build a solid foundation for future academic success. Each page in the series was designed as a guide Album) exploring and developing important skills and concepts including identifying colors, naming and tracing lines, letters, numbers, and shapes, recognizing letter sounds and exploring number concepts.
In addition to the lessons, each page includes extension activities designed to enable a child to make connections between Album) skill or concept being explored and his or her world. This is the way we blow our balloon; Blow, Blow, Blow. This is the way we break our balloon: Oh, Oh, Oh! Food Experiences: Balloon Cookies Give each child a round dye the frosting differentsugar cookie.
Provide white frosting Themes and some food coloring. Have children toss them to each other. This classic best-seller presents 36 weekly themes along with daily schedules, lists of materials, a wide variety of activities, and plenty of patterns.
See patterns on page Then place a certain number of Place the birthday candles on the cake. Ask if Ask the children how anyone is that old. Repeat as many times many candles are attention. Rules Keep Sharing Time: Classroom for the classroom. Make The Age Of Innocence - 3992: Sophya (CD and only have two them very simple to see. Print them for all discuss safety rules. Let Art: Play Dough recipe on page 6.
Use the Let children play with for all to see the first week. When the student recites the poem, have him or her use the index finger to touch the stickers. Teacher Note: Have students place stickers under their eyes and mouths instead of directly on them. Chopstick-Balloon Relay Divide the players into teams, and line them up single file. Place a cone across from each line. Give sets of chopsticks to the first two people of each team.
The first player of each team holds a balloon between his or her chopsticks. At the starting signal, the first player walks around the cone and returns to hand off the balloon to the second player, using only the chopsticks.
The first player then gives the chopsticks to the third player while the second player runs off to make a lap around the cone. If a balloon is dropped, it can only be picked up by using the chopsticks. The play continues until every player has had the opportunity to make a lap around the cone. The first team to get all of its players back to the line is the winner. The first team to have all of its players return to the starting line wins. Wreaths Cut a circle from the center of a paper plate to form a wreath.
A student tears green tissue paper into small pieces, then glues the tissue paper onto the paper-plate rim until it is covered.
He or she punches a hole in the top and laces yarn through the hole for hanging the wreath. Note: The student may add sequins and other decorations using tweezers. The full-color cards provide picture clues to boost understanding. Have each student squeeze a bottle of glue in a random design on top of the paper; then allow the glue to dry thoroughly. Once dry, have him or her use either watercolor paints or a mixture of half tempera paint and half water to whitewash over the glue design.
For an added challenge, have the student create the outline of an object when squeezing the glue. This requires excellent hand and wrist control. Take an eyedropper and fill it with water. Add some food coloring to the water if desired. Draw a series of circles or balloons on a sheet of paper for each student.
Have him or her squeeze just one drop of water into each circle, not a whole eyedropper full. Once he or she has practiced and gained good control over the eyedropper, have him or her create a picture on white construction paper with this technique. Obtain paint chip samples from your local paint store. Have each child practice cutting the paint chip apart by making snips. A child should be able to make one snip in order to cut the paint chip into two pieces.
To begin with, he or she can practice cutting anywhere on the paint chip. Once a student has cut apart a paint chip, have him or her take one color from the paint chip and walk around the room to find something else that matches the color on the paint chip. Provide a collection of lemons that have already been sliced in half. Have each student take turns squeezing the lemons into a cup or container in order to make lemonade.
Strain the seeds from the juice. Add some sugar and water and allow the students to drink what they have made. Grocery Store Collage Have the children cut out pictures of food and other items from grocery store ads.
Cut large brown paper bags into various sizes. Let each child choose his or her own sack and glue pictures onto it to create a grocery store collage. Teacher Note: Direct students to squeeze the lemons with the cut-side up to prevent seeds from dropping in the lemonade. Always remember to wash hands first.
Have students practice using their hands to squeeze tubes of toothpaste, ketchup, icing, and hair gel. Fill empty plastic bottles ketchup, mustard, etc. Allow children to water plants or a lawn by squeezing the water out of the containers. Help students build body awareness and improve overall movement. Includes skills checklists, ideas for ball and equipment usage, sensory experiences, and more!
Use dozens of easy, practical activities to help children develop shoulder, wrist, hand, and finger coordination. PreK—Grade 1. Day s. The th day of school is a day to celebrate! The activities in this book provide ideas and activities to showcase the number and what it means. Crosscurricular ideas for the The Age Of Innocence - 3992: Sophya (CD day or week of school are included with some activities culminating on the th day and some that can be implemented at any time.
A special section is devoted to ideas to commemorate and celebrate the th day of school. Grades K—2. Students will love using this journal to record their thoughts and ideas. Friday 7 February Saturday 8 February Sunday 9 February Tuesday 11 February Wednesday 12 February Thursday 13 February Friday 14 February Saturday 15 February Sunday 16 February Monday 17 February Tuesday 18 February Wednesday 19 February Thursday 20 February Friday 21 February Saturday 22 February Sunday 23 February Monday 24 February Tuesday 25 February Wednesday 26 February Thursday 27 February Friday 28 February Saturday 29 February Sunday 1 March Monday 2 March Tuesday 3 March Wednesday 4 March Thursday 5 March Friday 6 March Saturday 7 March Sunday 8 March Monday 9 March Tuesday 10 March Wednesday 11 March Thursday 12 March Friday 13 March Saturday 14 March Album) 15 March Monday 16 March Tuesday 17 March Wednesday 18 March Thursday 19 March Friday 20 March Saturday 21 March Sunday 22 March Monday 23 March Tuesday 24 March Wednesday 25 March Thursday 26 March Friday 27 March Saturday 28 March Monday 30 March Tuesday 31 March Wednesday 1 April Thursday 2 April Friday 3 April Saturday 4 April Sunday 5 April Monday 6 April Tuesday 7 April Wednesday 8 April Thursday 9 April Friday 10 April Saturday 11 April Sunday 12 April Monday 13 April Tuesday 14 April Wednesday 15 April Friday 17 April Saturday 18 April
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