I like this because it fits the opinion standards too.. K-4 writing standards ask for an opinion writing with reasons why not persuasive. They don't have to try to convince someone to feel the same way or provide the other point of view!
We ran the Nike Women's Half Marathon and here's our review of the race — tips included.
Get Out the Griddle! Healthy Flapjack Recipes That'll Make Your Taste Buds Flip
10 Healthy Pancake Recipes: A better breakfast can make all the difference. It powers up your metabolism, regulates your blood sugar, and is just plain delicious. So why not pull out the griddle and make some pancakes? These breakfast delights can still be healthy while tasting like a decadent treat, and we have 10 recipes to prove it.
“Splat the Cat” by Rob Scotton: Perfect for first or second grade, children will love reading this delightful book and creating their own “Splat” using tempera paint and chalk pastel. Scraps of paper turn into Splat’s bookbag and school supplies.
Scientific Method and Seeds- seed parts, germination, tropism and variables
Scientific Method and Seeds- seed parts, germination, tropism, variables and response to stimulus- get dirty and have fun learning!- from Hello Learning $
CHALKBOARD QUOTES~ Take a moment to reflect on all you do for others. Surround yourself with words that inspire, encourage, and motivate. Print out these attractive quotes to display in your classroom, home office, or the teachers' lounge. Or, frame them for a quick, thoughtful gift for a special colleague. $
Discussion Connections (CCSS Aligned) from Laura Candler - According to the CCSS, students need to develop effective skills for discussion. These skills include learning to listen to each other, following agreed-upon rules, and linking their comments to others. The Discussion Connections Mini Pack includes five lessons that will make it easy for K-8 teachers to meet these standards and foster effective text-based discussions. $