This is a worksheet that allows students to practice on telling the time from an analogue clock and also a digital clock. Students can also practice on telling the time in words. Through this worksheet, students can bridge the gap between the difference of telling time from a digital clock and an analogue clock.
This is a pdf doc of the lesson. It is the classic multiplication squares game, but I have put in some twist to challenge the students! If you’re looking for a game that focuses on two-digit multiplication, then this is the game for your students! First, students plays the multiplication squares game to recall on their multiplication facts. Then, students uses the same multiplication squares to play the “level up” game. This “level up” game helps students to practice on two-digit multiplication. Students are encouraged to work in pairs for this game! Refer to this link for the multipllication square sheet-https://wes.pasco.k12.fl.us/wp-content/uploads/wes/2017/05/Multiplication_Squares_Game_R.pdf
If you’re looking for activities that allows your students to discover and identify the features of a friendly letter and writing one, then try carrying out these activities in class! This lesson plan will guide you in setting up stations in class and allowing students to identify the features of a friendly letter instead of you telling it to them! It also includes multiple resources!
This is a game for students to practice on their addition and subtraction! Students work in pairs to play this game and also prepare two color pencils too! Instructions Student A roles the dice. For example, if the dice face shows “5”, then student A will have to work out the number sentence on the “5” row. (PREFERABLY START WITH THE 1ST BOX) Once student A have worked out the answer, student B checks the answer. If the answer is correct, then student A gets to color that box. Student B now roles the dice. *(Repeats step 1 to 2, but this time the roles are reversed) The first student to color most boxes in a row wins! If time isn’t sufficient, the student who colored most boxes in the game wins!
This cross word puzzle is a fun activity of ensuring that students are familiar with the tricky vocabularies from Chapters 1 to 3 (The Witching Hour, Who?, The Snatch) of The BFG by Roald Dahl. This puzzle could be a prior knowledge activity for students to familiarize themselves with the tricky vocabularies in these chapters , or it could also be an activity to summaries the vocabularies learned. The answer sheet is on the second page.
This cross word puzzle is a fun activity of ensuring that students are familiar with the tricky vocabularies from Chapters 4 to 6 (The Cave, The BFG, The Giants) of The BFG by Roald Dahl. This puzzle could be a prior knowledge activity for students to familiarize themselves with the tricky vocabularies in these chapters , or it could also be an activity to summaries the vocabularies learned. The answer sheet is on the second page.
This worksheet focuses on comparing two characters from the same or different story, and also compares two different stories. It can be used as a digital activity.
Instead of presenting a list words with its meaning for students to learn, here’s a worksheet that includes a picture for students to identify the objects and label it. There’s also a crossword puzzles attached to reinforce the meaning of each words identified.
This worksheet has a ten frame template, with a few questions for students to practice what two numbers makes up a ten. **CPA Approach ** Concrete stage - using counters on the ten frame template to develop counting and addition skills Pictorial stage - coloring the circles on the worksheet (by counting/adding) to represent the counters used in the concrete stage
There’s three differentiated worksheet that helps students to practice on comparing numbers. The worksheet’s level in the document goes in order,from level 1 to 3.
This can be a drag and drop digital activity, or it could also be printed out for students to sort the pictures in chronological order. This activity includes three different time line for the history of cars, bicycle and aircrafts.
Work with a partner to solve the division facts. The first player that answers 3 in a row (vertically, horizontally or diagonal) is the winner! This game can be used as a recap for students, or it also can be an activity for students to practice on their division facts.
*A fun game to reinforce place value concept, mainly focused on the expanded forms. * HOW TO PLAY? Place your playing piece anywhere on the outer colored boxes. Move around the colored boxes by rolling a dice. When you land on a box, fill in the blank space on the expression and work out the number. Find the corresponding number on your bingo board and circle it. When you get five in a row, YOU WIN!
**Number search ** Instructions Look for a set of numbers that is in order. (It can be from smallest to greatest or greatest to smallest) Circle the set of numbers on the worksheet. Please note that an example has been done for you. (The yellow highlight on the worksheet) This puzzle helps to reinforce place value concepts, such as the value of each digit and how digits in different places changes the number’s value.
There’s two differentiated story mountain template for students to plan their fiction story. It can also be used as a follow up activity for reading. This template can be used as a digital activity, such as Seesaw.
Guided reading questions that focuses on the students opinion. It can be used as a digital activity.
Simple template to be used as a follow up activity for Guided Reading. It can be used as a digital activity.
It is a fun writing activity which allows the students to imagine themselves as superheroes and think of a “superpower” they posses. The “superpower” can be the subject that they are good at/ their strength in learning/ anything that suits your purpose of understanding them. This is product based writing which allows students to describe themselves and also their best friends. (Since the students have written their best friend’s name, teachers can use this as a guideline to plan the students’ seating arrangement) They can also write down the goals for the following year. *(Teachers can also use the same activity during the first day of school to remind students of the goals they have set) *