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    Ruby Bridges Timeline Cut and Paste FREEBIE!I am pleased to offer this cut and paste activity to you for FREE!This would be great review after your study about Ruby Bridges or Black History Month. You can use this for centers, seat work, or early finishers.You might be interest in:PRESIDENTS DAY MATH AND LITERACY PRINTABLESPRESIDENTS DAY CENTER (ADJECTIVE OR VERB?)PRESIDENTS DAY NOUNS CENTER

    Ruby Bridges Timeline Cut and Paste FREEBIE!

    Create. Cook. Teach.: Bottle Buddies American Hero 5th Grade Biography

    Create. Cook. Teach.: Bottle Buddies

    Biography Bottle Buddies: Free Parent Letter and Easy to Use Rubric

    -Ramblings of a Fifth Grade Teacher

    Nice for your Thanksgiving unit: Long Ago and Today freebie sort :)


    A List of FREE Bats Lesson Plans and Resources - Blessed Beyond A Doubt

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    19 Spooky Halloween STEM Projects

    19 Spooky STEM Projects For Kiddos This Halloween

    Spider facts... I can see this being done with Diary of a Spider... facts on the legs and opinions on the belly.

    Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!

    FREE Vampire Bats Reading Comprehension Activity For The Classroom! Happy Halloween!!! #tpt #halloween #free

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    Students will learn about bats and owls, write informational papers about them, compare and contrast the animals, and write a compare and contrast paper.

    Compare and Contrast Writing ~ Bats vs. Owls!

    Get your students reading informational text, taking notes, and writing about the text with this unit! Students had a great time learning about continents through research and note taking. They loved their completing their travel log after they "visited" each continent.

    Continent k-2 Unit: Note-taking, research, writing, and presenting

    Get your students reading informational text, taking notes, and writing about the text with this continent unit!

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    Check out this worksheet from our map skills page to help students learn how to use cardinal directions!

    Reading a Map: Cardinal Directions

    States of Matter Anchor Chart: We recorded the three states of matter with three characteristics for each. This was useful to help students keep track of the information -- especially as these concepts are abstract.

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    Great nonfiction unit about bats, spiders, owls, pumpkins, and fire safety!!

    Fun in First Grade: Nonfiction in October

    Bat Facts Fold and stuff to learn about bats and other nocturnal animals to lead up to Halloween

    Bat Facts Fold and Learn

    Bat Science! 10 activities that fit in a folding bat book (template provided) or a science notebook.

    Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Bat Science!

    Mandy's Tips for Teachers: Recounting Fables FREEBIE

    Mandy's Tips for Teachers: Recounting Fables FREEBIE

    Fable Graphic Organizer Freebie

    Collaboration Cuties: Aesop's Fables {Must Read Mentor Text}

    Do you teach fables? Then this is just the book unit you need! I've created both reading and writing activities accompanied by a lap book project that your students will love, AND that can be used with any fables. After teaching fables with my third graders for many years, it has become one of my favorite genres. I’m excited to offer my resources in a new lap book format. Keep in mind, these resources also work well in an interactive notebook. $6

    Aesop's Fables Book Unit and Lap Book

    One Page Myths (Twenty Single Page Myths from Around the Globe!) Great for differentiation and giving every student a myth to read and respond to during independent reading time!

    One Page Myths (Twenty Single Page Myths from Around the Globe!)

    S.T.E.M. made easy with powerpoint slides and PDF printables! Students will learn about landforms through hands-on project-based learning. Grades 1-3 $ #STEM #engineering #landforms

    STEM Engineering - Landforms PDF & Powerpoint {Elementary Grades}

    ▶ Landforms of the Earth -with Quiz activity for Kids - YouTube

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    A third grade teacher uses songs and drawings to teach kids about the landforms and features on our Earth.

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    "Slap Jack"-style review game for your landforms unit. Includes pictures, names and definitions for 24 different landforms. $

    Landforms Vocabulary Review Slap-It! Card Game

    Looking for an exciting way to practice and review LANDFORMS for Second thru Fifth Grade? Here it is..and in a fun, INTERACTIVE powerpoint! With FIFTY practice problems, in a game show setting, your students will get lots of review. You're going to LOVE the Jack and the Beanstalk themed contestants! Categories include: Round One: oceans, rivers, deserts, hills, lakes Round Two: canyons, mountains, islands, volcanoes, valleys $

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