Label It!! My students LOVE these!
This is a SMARTboard activity that will allow your students to sort ideas, responsibilities, powers and offices into legislative, judicial and exec...
1) Students each get state map & draw state's shape on tortilla; (2) Cut shape out w/ plastic knife; (3) Cover map w/ icing -- glue to help other items stick (rivers = twizzlers, mountain ranges = chocolate chips, mountain peaks = Hershey kisses, lakes = blue sprinkles, deserts = cinnamon, land = green coconut); (4) Students use index cards to create map key for their landform maps
Text evidence pack! I just like the poster with phrases to help students respond with the evidence
Students will have the opportunity to decide what reference sources they should use. Students have to decide between the following references: thesaurus, encyclopedia, dictionary, atlas, map, and internet
This 14-page math smartboard lesson introduces associative, commutative, distributive, and identity properties. The students use these properties ...
A 75 slide Power Point defining and describing both primary and secondary landforms. Many questions and diagrams with colorful pictures and illustrations are included to inspire discussion and help students understand the material. This activity was designed by a middle school social studies teacher and has been student tested.