Harness your children's natural enthusiasm for this time of year by introducing Spanish Christmas vocabulary and activities based on a seasonal theme. Once downloaded, this versatile reproducible resource allows you to print the pages of flashcards, anagram games, word searches and other activities as many times as you need. You can also display the pages on your interactive white board. Sentence building ideas take the learning beyond just vocabulary to include grammar. Why not investigate how people will spend Christmas? What presents are they hoping to receive? Who will they see over the Christmas holiday?
This primary literature unit is from Pot Full of Tales, which uses popular folk tales to teach creative thinking and writing. It contains all you will need to create a Folk-Tale Magic Board Game, including the board, 32 Question Cards, 8 Chance Cards, and Templates for 6 Character Pieces; these should all be played out and mounted on heavier paper. Five additional creative thinking and/or writing activities are also included.
Math activities based on the familiar folktale, including counting, patterning, word problems, and measurement
Publisher: Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
Product ID: EMC0525008
Grades: Grades K - 2
Level(s): Early Childhood, Primary
File Size: 81.29 KB
Whiteboard Compatible: Yes (Level 1)
ISBN (Digital Book): 9781440941597
Description, directions, and patterns for creating a bulletin board based on the familiar folktale
Ideas for promoting positive behavior and motivation, based on the familiar folktale
A retelling of the familiar folktale in reproducible format
Directions and patterns of ideas for extending the familiar folktale, including a storybook
Reading activities based on the familiar folktale, including word sounds, rhyming words, word and picture cards (patterns included), and forms for writing
Ideas and patterns for creating a vocabulary minibook or student-authored book based on the familiar folktale
Writing activities based on the familiar folktale, including letters, reports, a diary entry, and creating a new ending (with forms for writing included)
Science activities based on the familiar folktale, including concepts about trees, mammals, ecology, and states of matter
Activities based on the familiar folktale for use at the end of the unit, including art projects, story comparisons, homework projects, and creating a bear T-shirt
Two simple activities to recognize the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. Includes a picture to color, and a four-part puzzle to color, cut-out, and glue inside a frame.
Whole group, small group, and individual world wide web research activities with step-by-step instructions to help locate and use information about the seven continents, including a scavenger hunt, continental alphabets, outline maps of the continents, and more. Note: because web information changes often, be sure to try out web sites and check for accuracy and currency.
This winter unit provides calendars (with six things to mark on the month) for December, January, and February. (Find additional winter units by keying in 'Winter Activities.')
This holiday unit presents a variety of language arts activities related to Christmas, including a crossword puzzle, making plural words, writing a riddle, unscrambling words, a word search puzzle, and more. (Find additional winter season units by keying in 'Winter Activities.')
This cut-and-paste unit about Pond Life provides four sequencing activities in which students match captions with pictures of a frog on a log, turtle and friends, ladybug on a leaf, and beaver's teeth.
This cut-and-paste unit about Dogs provides three sequencing activities in which students match captions with pictures of dogs digging for a bone, playing, and fixing a doghouse.
This cut-and-paste unit about Birds provides four sequencing activities in which students match captions with pictures about a kiwi getting a job, a duck doing chores, how a bird got out of the cage, and a bird in an airplane story.
This cut-and-paste unit about Rabbits provides two sequencing activities in which students match captions with pictures of rabbits painting things and doing magic tricks.
This cut-and-paste unit about In the Sea provides two sequencing activities in which students match captions with pictures of what Otto the Otter sees in the sea and how Fish collects shells.
This cut-and-paste unit about Bugs provides two sequencing activities in which students match captions with pictures of a ladybug floating on a leaf and an ant picnic.
This sequencing unit presents two short stories about Halloween (make a mask or a jack-o'-lantern) in which students cut apart and paste in sequence either 4 or 6 sentences that describe the story. Then students color the illustration and read the story in the correct order. (Find additional units by searching the term 'story sequencing.')
A writing center to practice skills of writing topic sentences, based on a bear and fish shapes, plus prompts for writing sentences
Information, directions, and game board for five games played by children in India, including a stone game or Kallaata, wheel game, hopscotch or Paandi, stick game or Gulli-Danda, and a board game or Pagade.
Project description, directions, and report templates for creating a class science book about seeds
Project description and directions for making a mini pop-up science book on habitats
Project description, template, and directions for making a science flap book about tasks that can be accomplished with simple machines (pulley, inclined plane, lever, gears)
Diagrams with simple labels for the respiratory, nervous, digestive, and urinary systems in the human body, plus diagrams of teeth
Visual information worksheets about the rainforest, including a map, six animal cards, and descriptions of the layers in the rainforest
Visual information worksheets about desert habitats, including a picture of plants and animals, map of desert areas, and six desert animal cards
Visual information activity sheet and six picture cards of animals from the savanna habitat
Visual information worksheet of plants and animals from an ocean habitat and six animal cards
Visual information activity sheets of animals in the polar habitat and six picture cards of polar animals
Language and art activities to enrich reading five picture books: Why Mosquitos Buzz..., Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, Mr. & Mrs. Pig's Evening Out, Girl Who Loved Wild Horses, and Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
Oral and written activities to extend and enrich the familiar literature title
Simple unit including map, art and language activities, basic facts, flag, coloring page, and bibliography on Kenya
This nonfiction writing unit provides directions, a basic form, and a practice form on which students could write a business letter to ask for something, make a complaint, or write to an official about a situation. (Find other units by searching 'Nonfiction Writing.')
Students sequence this six-part story about a child and a dog building a snowman by cutting and pasting pictures in order. Teacher directions and answer page are included.
This activity provides four pictures and a writing form about making a garden. Beginning writers cut apart the pictures, paste them in sequence, and write a sentence about each picture to create a story. Teacher directions and answer key are included.
(Level 2 Marie Clay Reading Recovery) This reproducible minibook shows how candles are used to light the celebrations of December. Students may read the story independently, share at home with family, and build their own library of books.
(Level 5 Marie Clay Reading Recovery) This reproducible minibook is about three ways in which Martin Luther King, Jr., impacted our lives. Students may read the story independently, share at home with family, and build their own library of books.