Coral Reef Systems Informational Text Ebook, Writing Prompts and Review Game

Coral Reef Systems Informational Text Ebook, Writing Prompts and Review Game

Exploring Coral Reef Systems is a full-color informational text ebook with real photographs of coral reef life. Included with the ebook (also provided in booklet format) is a set of comprehension questions and writing prompts for researching about coral reefs and coral reef animals. Finally, the Coral Reef Game provides 40 questions for reviewing the details read about in the informational text. Coral Reef Systems provides a foundation for writing about coral reefs and reviewing facts about them. Please download the DEMO for further details.
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Ducks Bundle of Cross-curricular Activities

Ducks Bundle of Cross-curricular Activities

Ducks Cross-curricular picture book lessons includes the following goodies for learning about ducks for the youngest kids. An Annotated list of picture books, with ideas for incorporating them into social studies, language arts, science, and mathematics Discussion question starters for two of the books Reading response pages relating to three of the books Tracing practice pages (7) ABC ducks (uppercase/lowercase) Duck craftivity Duck counting cards/numeral recognition self-correcting puzzles Duck addition puzzle cards Duck and Swan life-cycle spinners Sink or float experiment Duck pond habitat clip-it/task cards Five Little Ducks/Six Little Ducks nursery rhyme pages Many of the activities have Spanish translated pages.
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Clouds and the Water Cycle (2 Charts and a Cloud Viewer)

Clouds and the Water Cycle (2 Charts and a Cloud Viewer)

This product includes a cloud types chart (color and black and white), a cloud viewer, and water cycle diagram (three options). Cloud Types Chart. Teach a better understanding of cloud types and types as well as the signs of a change in the weather by using this chart illustrating where the clouds are formed and what each cloud means. Ten cloud types are covered. Cloud viewer. Give your students the included viewer to view the clouds outside today and figure out which kind of cloud they are looking at. Water Cycle. Review the water cycle with the attractive water cycle chart. It is provided in color (labeled), black and white (labeled), and black and white with blank lines to fill in the labels. Terms used are precipitation, accumulation, evaporation, and condensation.
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Clouds and the Water Cycle Task Cards

Clouds and the Water Cycle Task Cards

30 Clouds and the Water Cycle Task Cards provide practice in identifying cloud types, the weather associated with clouds, and the various stages of the water cycle, as well as QR codes for related videos.
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Clouds Identification BINGO cards (30 unique)

Clouds Identification BINGO cards (30 unique)

Product Description Practice cloud identification with a BINGO game. 30 unique BINGO boards each have 9 squares and feature 10 different cloud types, with the name and clipart cloud image in each square. Also included is a calling card page, which can also be used as a reference worksheet. You could also use the BINGO charts as take-home assignments as students observe the sky over time.
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Clouds & the Water Cycle Information and Games BUNDLE

Clouds & the Water Cycle Information and Games BUNDLE

Learn about clouds and the water cycle with visually appealing illustrations of the water cycle and the clouds in the sky; task cards; cloud posters; a matching game; four cloud tracking charts; and cloud identification BINGO cards.
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Clouds Flashcards and Tracking Charts

Clouds Flashcards and Tracking Charts

Clouds Flashcards and Tracking Charts provides pages about ten different clouds for learning, review and tracking the weather. Included in this product are the following: 10 full-page posters with both clip art and photograph options. 2 version of smaller flashcards for review (clip art and photograph options) 4 different versions of cloud watching and tracking charts. View the preview to see what is included.
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HEY, LITTLE ANT (Persuasive Essay and Guided Research)

HEY, LITTLE ANT (Persuasive Essay and Guided Research)

This packet encourages students to research in order to strengthen an argument. Hey, Little Ant! by Phillip and Hannah Hoose is a rhyming picture book with dialog between a kid and an ant. Reading this book with kids is a great way to open a discussion about why we do what we do. What should the kid do? I also believe that it is important to be informed when we make decisions. Research can strengthen a persuasive argument. The two writing prompts included here build on those possibilities.
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Weather Bear Printables and Weather Cards

Weather Bear Printables and Weather Cards

This product includes the weather bear, clothes for five different kinds of weather, weather cards (in both English and Spanish!), and weather photographs for discussion. There are many ways to use the materials in this packet. Here are some ideas of how I have used them. Weather Bear & Clothes Images: Use this bear to track the daily weather in your home or classroom. Alternatively, use the bear to prompt discussion for various clothing choices based on various weather alternatives. Weather Images for Discussion: Help the students identify the clothing choices in the images as well as the weather shown. In my Spanish Language Learning Preschool Class, I use these images for a listening game. After we learned the clothing, weather, and colors vocabulary, I describe a child in a weather situation and ask the children to identify the image I’m describing. The children enjoy taking their own turn once they are a little more comfortable describing using the Spanish vocabulary. Weather, Clothing, Season, and Location Cards: I use the weather cards to track the daily weather along with our weather bear. We use the clothing, season, and location cards for practicing vocabulary (in my Spanish class). One could also track the season and name the clothing one puts on the weather bear. Kids could name and sort the clothing seen in the weather images as well.
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Vegetables Counting and Early Literacy (Tops and Bottoms inspired)

Vegetables Counting and Early Literacy (Tops and Bottoms inspired)

In this fun vegetable themed learning packet, kids practice counting to 10, understanding one-to-one correspondence, finish a simple writing prompt, and learn the names of familiar vegetables. The "Tops and Bottoms" chart lets the student sort vegetables by whether we eat the part of the plant that grows on top of the soil or that which grows under the soil, as inspired by Tops and Bottoms by Janet Stevens. Includes the following in English and Spanish (whenever there is text): *Tops and Bottoms Vegetable sort *Favorite Vegetable writing/drawing page *Counting vegetables from 1 to 10 clip cards *Number matching "How many vegetables?" puzzles *Friendly face vegetable flash cards *Extension ideas
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