Class Credit Cards Pinner wrote: I have used these credit cards successfully in 2nd through 6th grades. It is a very motivating reward system which gives students real life math practice. The cards are only good for the owner, so stealing is discouraged.
Did you know that Benjamin Franklin created many inventions, including the Magic Square? (A magic square is a box of numbers arranged so that any line of numbers adds up to be the same number, including the diagonals!) Richard Walz has written a historical fiction book about this. It is fun for the students to read while at the same time it gives them a great deal of historical information. It also contains many activities that can be used along with the book.
Antonym Task Cards: 32 FREE cards for practicing Antonyms - Grades 4-6Use these 32 multiple choice task cards to reinforce antonyms. A student answer sheet for students to record their answers is included along with an answer key for self-checking. There is also a Challenge Card that can be used in conjunction with any other card to extend the activity.