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Native American Regions: Map and Writing Promptsis this week's guest freebie from my friend Arlene.
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This is an ELA CCSS Writing Unit about the Native American
Regions. Included in this packet is a US map where students
will color the different Native American regions. Also ...
We made it! It's FRIDAY!!! Hope everyone had a great week and is ready for a relaxing weekend! :)
I'm actually off the vet. My little Maggie has something jammed in her gums right next to one of her front teeth. She won't let me get it out and I would hate for it to get infected or turn into something worse. So we've been at the ...
Are you looking for some ways to splash FUN into your school day? Education.com is the answer! They have thousands of printables for every grade level and subject area.
Warning: This is a teacher's dream site so make sure you have lots of ink on hand and your printer is ready to go! You may get lost in the hours of ...
Happy Wednesday, y'all! It feels like it should be Friday already!
Anywho...I'm getting ready to start my GA Habitats unit with my kids and decided to make some activities and assessments to supplement our county's materials. It includes:
- vocabulary activities
- vocabulary assessments
- a booklet to complete for each ...
Since we've already taken our state test, we've been reviewing certain skills. One of those skills is map skills.
We started with a grid map of Washington, DC. We went over:
- letter/number grids
- map key
- map scale
Then we moved on to the United States.
We read The Scrambled ...
Our state testing is coming up in a couple weeks and I wanted to make study guides for the kids. I created two different ways for them to study:
1. outline form
2. task cards
I figured these resources might be beneficial to you and your kids! You can click on the picture/links below to download them.
Click HERE ...
I've wrapped up my instruction about our GA historical figures. After finishing, I wanted to give my kids a fun way to review each person, but keeping it meaningful and effective. Well, here it is. All for you. For FREE! :) It came out to 37 pages.
The pack includes:
- review webs
- vocabulary flipbook activities
Looking for more activities to go along with your historical figures?! How about a brochure! I give my kids
1. the following checklist
2. a picture of the person
3. a large piece of construction paper
and tell them to go for it! It's a fun way for the kids to express their creativity and knowledge! And it's a great ...
I created this activity to help my students review the historical figures we've covered this nine weeks. We've covered Frederick Douglass, Susan B. Anthony, and Mary McLeod Bethune. The students had to sort the facts and glue them into the correct category. We did it today and went GREAT!!! Click the picture below to snag it for FREE from my ...
You guessed it! This week we're covering Susan B. Anthony and her diligent fight for equality for all. If you cover her and need any activities, I uploaded them to my TpT store. Click the collage to check out the entire packet.
Here's the persuasive writing freebie that comes with the packet: