For grades Daily Math Practice provides the frequent practice that students need to build their math skills! The 36 weeks of daily math activities cover grade-level skills such as: operations strategies, number relationships, fractions, algebra, meas
For grades 1–6, Daily Geography Practice supports any social studies curriculum! The 36 reproducible maps and weekly geography activities meet National Geography Standards. More importantly, the lessons are engaging to children and help them develop map-reading skills and learn geography vocabulary. Ideal for classrooms or homeschools!
Free reading comprehension sample lessons! Target difficult reading strategies with these reading comprehension activities. The 36 skill-based units in Reading Comprehension Fundamentals include fiction and nonfiction texts and provide students with the tools to develop a deep understanding of each comprehension strategy. Learn more about reading skills covered and get a sample unit. Available for grades 1-6.
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Free reading comprehension sample lessons. 30 weeks of reading instruction offering 150 original fiction and nonfiction passages. Engage your students in reading, thinking about, and responding to a variety of texts. Now includes new visual aids pages and constructed response questions (grades 3–8) Available for grades 1–8.
Get a complete nonfiction reading unit for grades 1–6. Each unit includes reading selections, comprehension questions, and a words to know list--for 3 levels. A writing prompt is also included. This resource is ideal for reading groups and to accommodate the varied levels of readers in your class. Visit Evan-Moor to preview this NEW reading comprehension resource! www.evan-moor.com
Evan-Moor free activities! Get five days of Daily Fundamentals practice activities, covering language, math, and reading skills. This cross-curricular daily practice is ideal for morning work, bell ringers, homework, and informal assessments!