St Valentine Spanish/English lesson "The Things that I love"

St Valentine Spanish/English lesson "The Things that I love"

This is primarily to teach in Spanish the phrase "Amo A.....". It includes key vocabulary to which the phrase can be applied. Good for conversational Spanish (beginning) and for primary school. There are two exercises at the end for practice. There are 8-10 slides total, depending on whether you want to do the exercise or not.
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St. Valentine's Day Activity Pack (Bilingual )

St. Valentine's Day Activity Pack (Bilingual )

Contains: 1. Word search with words in English and Spanish (family members and easy terms) 2 A coloring page to color hearts and make a graph by colors (bilingual) 3. A key to a coloring page where they are told what colors to use to color hearts 4. A big heart that they need to make into something else. This is an activity that can be stretched to 1 week long OR can be made into learning centers for Valentine's Day Fun!!!
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Splat the Cat- Irregular and Regular verbs

Splat the Cat- Irregular and Regular verbs

Irregular and Regular Verbs Lesson using Splat The Cat Includes: 17 pages out of which 4 are all verbs in the story, classified with worksheets Crossword puzzle Match activity Make a Valentine Rhyme, like Kitten did
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Candy Facts Fun Math

Candy Facts Fun Math

Students (or teacher) can assign a value to different kinds of candy to create numbers, operations, equations, fact families and much more. Key included. An additional page for 100% creativity included too.
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PBL- Pearson's Reading Street's Unit Project "BoomTown"

PBL- Pearson's Reading Street's Unit Project "BoomTown"

Students will be able to: 1. Identify the characteristics of a boom town 2. Describe a boom town 3. Interconnect a boom town to a growing economy 4. List businesses connected to boom towns ELL: Ell's will be able to discern the traits of boom towns and identify jobs related to boom towns. Also, the definition to typically hard words will be explained to them: cooper, miller, blacksmith, tanner. History: Connections between old jobs and last names.
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Parts of Speech Game and Commonly Misspelled Words

Parts of Speech Game and Commonly Misspelled Words

Two sheets One is for students to write down a word that represents the part of speech indicated in the square, depending on what number they get after tossing a die. The other one is for commonly misspelled words, which they will re-write over and over as they throw the dice.
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Book Report Sheets, K-5 differentiated

Book Report Sheets, K-5 differentiated

These are different book report sheets prompting students to both recall, analyze and thinking critically. 1. K-1: Basics of the book/ Character trait/ beginning, middle, end/ illustrate the most important part of the story (climax) (2 sheets) 2. 2-3: Story map, character traits and /book basics (2sheets) 3.4-5: Story map in depth, character comparison, book basics (3 sheets plus key)
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Complete Food Groups; Vegan Friendly too!

Complete Food Groups; Vegan Friendly too!

These are posters of each food group but by the following categories to make it vegan-friendly too 1. Proteins and alternative proteins 2. Dairy and alternative sources of calcium 3. Grains and Fibers 4. Fats and oils 5. Vegetables 6. Fruits Make a balanced plate activity Word Work activity to alphabetize each of the foods in each group. Worksheets included
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STEM: Caine's Arcade complete guide to your machine!

STEM: Caine's Arcade complete guide to your machine!

This is a Pixie project that high tech kids can replicate. Other than that, it can be used as multiple worksheets that ask several things about the arcade game built by your kids for STEM, and the Caine's Arcade initiative. It asks: name, designers, rules, purpose, materials, dimensions Skills: Thinking webs, t-charts, estimation, sequential writing, constructed responses, accuracy in identifying simple machines
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Spanish sentence-makers

Spanish sentence-makers

Spanish sentence makers in English too, for ELL learners Kids put words together in either language and the sentences fly off like magic!
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