Money Scoot is a fun and exciting game that gets all of your kiddos up and out of their seats and moving around.It can be used as a preview to see what your students already know, as a review or as an assessment after teaching counting money to 50¢. ncludes: Directions to “Scoot” 24 task cards and 4 Take a Break Cards if you have more than 24 students A recording sheet Answer Key $ #money#math#monkeys#TPT#teaching ideas#task cards#education
twodollartuesday Scoot: Money with Monkeys up to 50¢
31 thought provoking and relevant writing prompts on printer-friendly themed paper! Either copy individual pages or run it off as a packet for the entire month! Each prompt is related to the month of September and the topics that are most common at this time of the school year. Teachers and teaching tools
Students read a sentence and decide if it is past perfect, present perfect, or future perfect. I use this as a center activity. includes Cover page Anchor Chart Task Pages - 2 Task Cards - 24 same sentences as on task pages Answer Key CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.5.1.b Form and use the perfect (e.g., I had walked; I have walked; I will have walked) verb tenses.
It was so hot, the flowers pulled themselves up by their roots and crawled under the porch looking for shade...Forget about the end-of-the-year testing for a minute and get the creative juices flowing in your writer's workshop. With the help of this unit you will teach your students how to write an outrageously funny, modern tall tale where the enemy is WICKED WEATHER. $
Go on a types of angles scavenger hunt around the playground. Challenge students to find as many angles as they can in 10 minutes. Great way to keep students moving at the end of the school year. Raki's Rad Resources
Raki's Rad Resources: Keeping them Moving while Learning Geometry