Ideas to help you get ready for the first day, organize your materials, set up your classroom, and create eye-catching bulletin boards. Includes ideas for open house and suggestions for parental involvement.
Give young writers plenty of practice with Daily Journal Writing Prompts. These valuable resources include ready-to-use journal starters, along with special holiday topics for each month. Word banks are provided to help introduce seasonal vocabulary, and topical prompts give students plenty of writing practice throughout the month.
This total concept resource is designed to increase a student's knowledge of Groundhog Day and Valentine's Day. Includes reproducible activities, story writing booklets, recipes, fun songs, and more.
Publisher: S & S Learning
Product ID: SSLT105A
Grades: Grade Kindergarten
Level(s): Early Childhood
File Size: 2.48 MB
Whiteboard Compatible: Yes (Level 1)
ISBN (Digital Book): 9781550359701
ISBN (Physical Book): 9781550520415
Introduce the XXII Olympic Games with this eleven page starter guide. Information on the Sochi Winter Olympics Games including: the Olympic Mascots; Medals; and Torch, the Sochi Olympic Park, and activities to keep track of the medal standings by individual sport, standings by country and men and women by country. Answer key provided.
This updated version includes Russia. Spark student patriotism and enthusiasm with a Winter Olympic celebration in you classroom. Stimulate interest and awareness in the history of the Winter Olympic Games and how they evolved. Study the traditions and the ceremonies hel before and after the Games. Develop an awareness of the types fo sporting events and the Canadian athletes participating in them. The Winter Olympics contains the following: Reproducible Information Sheets on Olympic History, Reproducible Follow up Activities for Olympic History, Winter Olympic and Paralympic Sports Information Sheets with Follow up Activities, 12 Biographies of Former Canadian Olympians with Follow up Activities, Winter Olympic Word Search, Olympic Crossword Puzzle, and Olympic Medal and Sporting Event Tracking Sheets. This updated version includes Sochi, Russia.
Bruno and Boots are up to their old tricks but are finally caught. Mr. Sturgeon, the headmaster, separates them, putting Bruno with Elmer Drimsdale and Boots with George Wexford-Smyth III. This results in a determined effort by Bruno and Boots to be reunited! Novel by Gordon Korman. Reproducible chapter questions, plus comprehension questions, a story summary, author biography, creative and cross curricular activities, complete with answer key.
Students will study the levels of government from their own provincial government to the federal government and the electoral process. Activities include making comparisons between the different types of government in our world to describing the immigration process to becoming a new Canadian.Get E-Lessons (smaller segments) for this product
Separated from their father, who is serving with the Union Army, the March girls rely upon each other and their strong mother as they experience the joys and hardships of adolescence and young adulthood. Novel by Louisa May Alcott. Reproducible chapter questions, plus comprehension questions, a story summary, author biography, creative and cross curricular activities, complete with answer key.
Alberta is one of Canada's three Prairie Provinces. It is a geographically diverse land of mountains, grasslands, farms, lakes and rivers. Provide your students with the opportunity to become more aware of the greatness of Alberta, the Sunshine Province. This book highlights the history, land, industry, animals, symbols and interesting places found in Alberta. Additional activities in language, creative writing, mapping and research are also included, with a reproducible student booklet and answer key.
Canada & World Connections. The United States is Canada's major trading partner. Students will learn how this relationship affects our trade policies, media, immigration, culture, technology, tourism, history and geography. Students study the relationship Canada has with other trading partners around the world.
The Rise and Fall - 1700-1775. Examine the struggle for the survival of New France up to the implementation of the Quebec Act in 1775. Study the struggle for New France to survive, the Jesuits in Huronia, the government, the seigneurial system, wars and treaties that have created this land called Canada. 50 activities.
Ten year-old Robin is growing up in England in the 14th century. Just when he is to go and live with his godfather, Robin becomes ill and loses the use of his legs. A kindly friar, Brother Luke, cares for him and assures Robin that there is always a door in the wall when adversity strikes. Novel by Marguerite De Angeli. Reproducible chapter questions, plus comprehension questions, a story summary, author biography, creative and cross curricular activities, complete with answer key.
Leigh Botts is a 10-year old boy who writes to his favorite author as an assignment. Leigh and Mr. Henshaw begin a series of correspondences which allow Leigh to vent feelings about his parents' divorce. Novel by Beverly Cleary. Reproducible chapter questions, plus comprehension questions, a story summary, author biography, creative and cross curricular activities, complete with answer key.
A one page summary on the sport of Biathlon with six follow-up questions. Answer key included.
Utilisez les activites de ce cahier pour aider vos eleves a se familiariser avec le travail et le mode de vie d'une communaute agricole productrice de ble 24 activities.
Ces activitandés aideront vos andélandèves a mieux comprendre la signification du jour du Souvenir et andà le respecter ainsi la place qu'il occupe parmi les nobles traditions de notre pays. 27 activitandés.
The Founders - 1608-1700. Champlain, Talon, Maisonneauve, Frontenac and numerous others were the early founders of New France. Activities deal with the geographical location of New France, the important role played by the many explorers, missionaries and nuns in the new settlement, the organization of the Seigneurial System and the lifestyle and hardships endured by the new settlers. 50 activities.
Study Canada! Learn about the land of towering mountains, clear lakes and lush forests. Includes a reproducible story book told by character Jasper P. Bear. A seven page reproducible student booklet will introduce students to Canada's flag, people, symbols and the names of the capital cities. More than 45 activities, teacher information, suggestions and answer key.
The setting is a Mormon Community in Utah, in 1896. Meet the Fitzgerald family and the Great Brain, Tom. When Tom puts his Great Brain to work the problem is always solved but with different results for different people. Novel by John D. Fitzgerald. Reproducible chapter questions, plus comprehension questions, a story summary, author biography, creative and cross curricular activities, complete with answer key.
A New Year's holiday in Winnipeg is the setting for this adventure of Diamond and Kulniki Detective Agency. Jesse's Uncle Misha is the chief suspect in the Missing Carnivorous Plants case. Only superior detection work by the dynamic duo reveal the real thief of Blueberry Muffin. Novel by Linda Bailey. Reproducible chapter questions, plus comprehension questions, a story summary, author biography, creative and cross curricular activities, complete with answer key.
A two page summary with follow-up on the sport of Ice Hockey and Canada's role in the history of Olympic hockey. The follow-up asks students to note when and where each Olympic event took place. Answer key provided.
Celebrate the sights and sound of the fall season with the ideas and activities in this resource. Students will practice essential literacy and numeracy skills as well as critical thinking. Topics include seasonal change, leaves, trees, and animals. The highly visual activities will keep student's attention while they learn.
A mysterious iron giant appears in a farming community and eats up all the farm equipment. A young boy comes up with a plan so that the Iron Man and the people can live together. Novel by Ted Hughes. Reproducible chapter questions, plus comprehension questions, a story summary, author biography, creative and cross curricular activities, complete with answer key.
We are subjected to thousands of media images and sounds each day. Most of the time, they flash by us so fast that we barely have time to think about them. In fact, most of these messages are designed to avoid critical thinking on our part. In the past, there was nowhere in our education where we have been taught to critically examine these messages. The main purpose of this book is to create awareness in young people about those messages around them. These messages often appeal to our emotions and feelings; Are we fearful? Insecure? Judgmental? Once students have acquired the skills to look at media messages critically, they will be better equipped to make decisions about their true value. Students will understand media texts, understand media forms and techniques and create media texts. Includes 5 messages in media activities, 59 understanding and creating media text activities and a teacher guide.
Come to the depths of the underwater world to study and explore the most fascinating but misunderstood creatures of the sea, the shark. Learn about the different types of sharks, their physical characteristics, adaptation, reproduction, by-products and why they are feared with the integrated activities found in this complete resource.
Celebrate Easter with these skill-based activities that provide practice in: word study and grammar, creative writing, cursive handwriting, reading, poetry, and critical thinking. Students will learn about the history of Easter, its origins as a holiday, its traditions, animals, plants, colors and much more as they practice essential skills.
A Parisian hobo finds three homeless children and their working mother in his shelter under a bridge. Novel by Natalie Savage Carison. Reproducible chapter questions, plus comprehension questions, a story summary, author biography, creative and cross curricular activities, complete with answer key.
Halloween is a fantastic time of the year to unleash your students' imaginations and to promote their interest and curiosity. 9 reading information cards with follow-up activities on Early Halloween, Goblins, Jack-o-lanterns and Halloween Animals. 60 activities.
Bring the colorful sights and delicious smells of Thanksgiving into your classroom with these activities that use the cornucopia of food of this festival to develop critical skills in literacy, math and critical thinking. Your students will survey their class, think about turkeys, pumpkins and corn, and learn about plants and the difference between fruits and vegetables.
Imaginez les expressions de vos élèves, par un matin d'hiver, quand ils découvrent un monde tout recouvert de blanc et rempli de nouvelles surprises. 36 activités.
Ce cahier a pour but d'enrichir le vocabulaire des élèves et de les familiariser avec la géographie et les coutumes du Québec. Les élèves peuvent faire les différentes activités seuls ou en groupe.
After winning first prize in a writing competition Omri once again brings to life some of his toy figures. In his struggle to help his little friends defend their land he finds himself transported back to their time and witnesses the battle between the Iroquois and Algonquin Indians. Novel by Lynne Reid Banks. Reproducible chapter questions, plus comprehension questions, a story summary, author biography, creative and cross curricular activities, complete with answer key.
Jake Sherman, your average twelve year old, has become a totally different person. He has become Jake and he doesn't want to switch back. Novel by Todd Strasser. Reproducible chapter questions, plus comprehension questions, a story summary, author biography, creative and cross curricular activities, complete with answer key..