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Fiction & Non-Fiction Book Report

My Favourite Book activity can be used as a homework task. Pupils use worksheet to create a poster on their favourite book best printed off at A3. Choice of Fiction and Non-fiction format. Book reports are similar format but slightly harder, can be used as extension tasks during literacy.
By tokyo_molly

Black History Month Activity Sheet

Here is an 8.5" x 11" activity sheet for Black History Month.

There are 6 variations. I've included a version for U.S., Canada, and the United Kingdom.

Furthermore, for each country there are 2 choices with clip art. One version is for older students with clip art of MLK, Jr. and one is more elementary with a kid detective featured.

It asks the students to:
1. Sketch a person of their choice.
2. Identify what month they celebrate in their country.
3. Math question: Figure out how many years it has been celebrated in their country.
4. List their 3 Important Facts.
5. Fast Facts Box.
6. Identify an important achievement.
7. Describe their person.
8. Find and write a Famous Quote.
7. Write their Sources.

Students can add their own decorative touches to it after they fill it out. Great for a literacy center!
By WindupTeacher

Greater than/less than crocodiles

PowerPoint to introduce symbols and worksheet to go along with it. Also downloaded the greater than/less than crocodiles from Twinkl, laminated them and gave them to the pupils for scaffolding.
By Jill85

Where does our food come from?

Where do our foods come from? What and where are the origins of some of our favourite foods? What happens to foods from their origins to our plates? This is a sequence of lessons that begins with a game matching some packages of food to plant origins and countries on the world map, explores the process and journey of foods (eg bananas and coffee) from the plant to plate, and ends with sharing storyboards documenting the 'life' of particular foods.
By cathyve

2D shape resources

<p>In My Shapes Find; students will identify objects that match the shapes on the handout. In The Shapes Game; students will throw dice and color the shape with the corresponding number of sides. </p>Appropriate for Early Childhood Education (Pre-K and younger). ECE-MA, ECE-MA-pa
By Loz12

Italy (country study for elementary grades)

Let's explore Italy with puzzles and other fun activities. This supplemental resource is great for a country unit.

The 12-page printable handles several things that Italy is famous for, including:
- Tower of Pisa
- Coliseum
- Venice
- Roman Empire
- Marco Polo

Page 1/2: Introduction
Page 3: Attractions
Page 4/5: Ancient Rome
Page 6/7: Venice
Page 8: Renaissance
Page 9: Food
Page 10: Marco Polo
Page 11: Word Search
Page 12: Revision

The answers and an answer sheet are included.

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Italy, Rome, Tower of Pisa, Coliseum, Leonardo da Vinci, Pantheon, Ancient Rome, Roman Empire, Venice, Renaissance, Statue of David, Florence Cathedral, Italian food, Pizza, Pasta, Marco Polo.
By willemmacau