It's almost summer! Enjoy this Last 10 Day Countdown- Freebie! Add excitement to the last 10 days with these fun activities. There are 13 to choose from, directions and explanations of activities, and 3 versions of writing paper for 2 of the activities. Enjoy!
Last 10 Day Countdown- Freebie!
This is a landform flipbook that students can create in order to differentiate between the different types of landforms. This activity could be done as guided practice, and it could also be an assessment tool after a lesson on landforms.
FREEBIE! This is a cute little poster to display in your classroom to remind children to ask themselves these questions before coming to an adult. I tell my kids to go look at the tattling poster frequently! It helps them decide if something is worth reporting.
A fun activity to do for Book Week – A scavenger hunt in the library using QR codes! This activity is designed to integrate technology and help students become more familiar with the areas of the library such as Fiction, Non Fiction, Senior Picture Fiction and Easy Fiction.
Astronomy Terms - Domino Puzzle (Space Exploration Vocabulary. Students will practice scientific vocabulary with this FREE domino game. The terms defined in this puzzle are: Constellation, equinox, solstice, craters, waning moon, waxing moon, solar eclipse, lunar eclipse, solar flare, sunspot, revolution, rotation, geocentric model, heliocentric model, astronomical unit,. light year, comet, asteroid, universe, stars, Polaris, Big Bang Theory and telescope.
Astronomy Terms - Domino Puzzle (Space Exploration Vocabulary Game) A fun FREE game to review Space terms!
Plant Parts Domino Puzzle - Biology Puzzle Review the parts of a plant vocabulary with this FREE puzzle!
Pink Slip - For students who don't have homework.- I love the layout of these
Math & Language Arts Freebies
Autobiography art with great evaluation sheet and worksheet!
Teacher trick: Stick a cup inside the foot of a sock and have students reach inside to pull out alphabet letters, coins or any other manipulative they're using. Makes ordinary learning activities so much more fun.
A behavior reward system that might be possible to do in a home learning environment. Students earn tickets during the week and trade them in for prizes according to the number of tickets they earned. Of course, at home, you might not need so many boxes. Or you could just put a variety of items in a basket with a "price" of XX tickets.
A Cupcake for the Teacher: My New Behavior Reward System