O. Henry - 5 Days with O. Henry (and The Gift of the Magi Activity). $4.00 Four biographical informational texts about O. Henry with comprehension/language questions and an additional activity using excerpts from "The Gift of the Magi". Also includes essay questions.
Looking for a fun and engaging way to start the school year with a new class? With 3 activities based on getting to know students, helping them to reflect on last year and interact with each other, this product will help you break the ice and start the year well!
Students will add -s or -ed to show the difference between present and past tense verbs. They will also cut and match present and past tense verbs together. It includes two cut and sorts as well as two writing activities that should suit both first and second graders.Only $3.00!
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Geography Interactive Notebook Fun This looks interesting. The directions say to cut out each part and glue only the top so that students can write underneath the flap. We could use this when we introduce earth's structures/U.S. regions. Students could maybe categorize these based on what is found in U.S. and where. For example, volcanoes are found in Hawaii.
Five Themes of Geography: Interactive Notebook Unit and Notebook Flippables Notes, flippables, activities, Power Points and a final project included!!!!
$8.00. This is a fun unit! The Unit I Bundle is intended to teach the basic, introductory economic concepts. It includes several activities, video clips, PowerPoints, handouts, and tests.
$3.00. In this simulated activity, the teacher takes on the role of employer/interviewer, and the student takes on the role of interviewee. Students are interviewed during class, and one lucky one receives the fictitious job! My former students have periodically approached me to inform me about how much they used from this activity in order to secure their coveted jobs.
$3.50. This simulation is one of my favorite activities to run in class! In short, special interest groups will be lobbying politicians for their support in changing legislation. You may, if you would like, make this a competition between the interest groups to see which interest group can garner the most amount of support from the Congressional representatives.
$3.00. This project has been adapted to work for upper elementary ages. When I did this project years ago in my Global Studies classes, students had a blast cooking the food and videotaping. Most districts have a technology liaison that will help give your classes tutorials on how to work the camera and how to edit. This handout includes the following: project overview, student directions, a project timeline, and a rubric.