Let shadows be your child’s guide for this activity. In the morning (8 a.m.) or late afternoon (4 p.m.), place a table in a sunny spot where long shadows will be cast. Unroll paper (Easel Paper Roll, $14; alexbrands.com) along one side of the table, and arrange a variety of objects along the paper’s edge. Have your child trace the shadows with markers.
All About Me - Beginning of Year - Back to School. Students color, draw and write all about themselves (14 pages!)
FREE Subtraction Smash mats! Students use Play-Doh to subtract. Includes three versions of the Subtraction Smash mats to differentiate!
The order for teaching letter recognition to kids - brilliant reasoning. A must read!!
Building Number Sense in First Grade
Organizing classroom supplies in a beautiful, easy-to-see way | What the Teachers Wants
Students can have their own personal word wall. Sight words and common words included! $
Perfect for Grade 2!
Sneaky E anchor chart
Human Body Activities for Kids • Everything included! Reading passages, graphic organizers, & easy-to-follow directions for a life-size, hands-on human body project that incorporates reading and writing.
preschool bulletin board ideas, preschool bulletin boards
poems for silent e - Buscar con Google
This is a huge resource of activities that any first grade teacher could use. It is based on the Harcourt Story Town sequence of skills, but they are common skills in any first grade classroom. You get printable no-prep center activities for each of the 30 skills.
Maak van elk kind een foto en knip de contouren uit. Op de foto blaast het kind iets uit de hand. Laat de kinderen een achtergrond verven met ecoline, vermengd met kleuterlijm en glitters. Wanneer dat droog is plakken ze de foto erop. Met een pons maken de kinderen hartjes, die plakken ze erbij.
What They Left and What They Kept: What an Antarctic Expedition Can Teach You About What’s Truly Valuable
Comparing Arctic animal sizes - an activity that combines learning about Arctic animals with practicing measuring skills || Gift of Curiosity
Behavioral and Structural (Physical) Adaptations Cut and Paste examples and definitions: Students sort examples (and definitions) with pictures of Structural and Behavioral Adaptations and create a notes sheet for reference. THIS PRODUCT IS PART OF THE FOLLOWING BUNDLE-CHECK IT OUT FOR A DEAL!
Free The Inuit/ Arctic Notebooking Pages #winter #inuit #ihsnet
Students learn about arctic art and Canadian artist Ted Harrison with bold pieces of art. | lesson plan
My All About Emperor Penguins Book - (Antarctic/Polar Animals) from Courtney McKerley on TeachersNotebook.com (9 pages) - Also available in a polar animal bundle pack with walrus, polar bear, caribou and Arctic wolf. (Workbook, worksheet, printable, unit study, lesson)
Here's a WWF lesson plan on Arctic food chains.
Arctic Animals: a lesson in camouflage We studied arctic foxes and arctic hares and did a cool art project as well as a fun way to learn about camouflage (Learning is Messy)
The Blubber Experiment - Animals in the Arctic lesson plans
Black paper with pastels and circles cut from water colored paper This was a pretty project. We used Prismacolor pencils for the branches. Don't forget to paint the white reflection on the watercolored circles.