I Love to Read and Write
I Love to Read and Write is full of activities and exercises for all grade levels (K- 12) Your students will love the short stories in I Love to Read and then they can learn to write their own in I Love to Write. This combo pack is bursting with stories, recipes, games, activities and more.
I Love to Read is reading fun for all grade levels. (K-12) This activity packed book has something for every grade level, short stories, recipes, activities, games and more. Encourage your reluctant readers and propel your other students to the next level. Your students will love these activities all most as much as they love to read
Lesson Plans contained in this book are: Reading and Listening Comprehension (K-2) (3-5) (6-8) (9-12) Includes five short stories with Comprehension quiz’s, Short Story Recipes (K-2) (3-5) (6-8) (9-12) Five recipes inspired by the short stories, Talking about Books and Stories While Reading (K-2) (3-5), Games to Build Reading Skills (K-2) (3-5) (6-8) five fun games, Sequencing (3-5) (6-8) (9-12), Activities to Motivate Readers (K-2) (3-5) (6-8) (9-12) four activities to engage readers, and answer guide.
The short stories contained in this lesson plan are:
Are You My Bumble Bee Family?
A Day at the Dairy Farm
The Rainbow Keeper
Terror in the Alley
I Love to Write workbook (K-12) is chock full of writing instruction and tons of exercises and activities. Each exercise builds upon the prior section of work. Depending on the age and ability of your students, this can be an independent study book or a lesson plan to work through with the entire class. Have all your students shouting (in their indoor voices) I Love to Write!
You’ll find the following topics covered in this workbook, Story Structure / Story Arch, Getting to Know Plot. Point of View, Parts of Speech, Metaphors, The Five Senses, First Line Starters and Writing Exercise in Every Section.
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Having a Field Day with Physical Fitness
Field day is a special, fun and exciting experience for students. It’s a time to get outside and interact with other students, teachers and parents. This book contains information on how to prepare for your field day, activities for individual students, relay teams and classes. These activities are for K-12 grade. There is truly something for everyone. So come along and have a Field Day with Physical Fitness.
With a bit of advanced planning, field day can be a special, fun and exciting experience for your students. There are some decisions you need to make before the actual field day arrives to make it a great success. You’ll find information on how to make your field day one to remember. There are individual student activities, relay team activities, and classroom activities. All activities contained in this book are not your traditional track and field activities.
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Earth Day Every Day-Lesson Plans
Earth Day Every Day Lesson Plans (K-12) is full of activities for your students to learn about recycling, reusing and composting. Every activity uses recycled materials. We all can make a difference and these activities help your students see how.
Lessons and activities contained in this book are Being Green Short Story with Comprehension Questions, A Short History of Earth Day, Ten Easy Steps to Going Green, The Earth Day Games-Six Fun Events, Recycled Paper Necklace, The Story of Eggbert and His Family, Worm Composting, Make Your Own Water Colors, Make a Bottle Garden, Recycled Crayon Circles, Dirt Cup Recipe, and Answer Guide.
Earth Day doesn’t only happen one day a year. Every day we do something to improve our environment is Earth Day. Celebrate the Earth all year long.
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Hibernation Lesson Plans
It’s time to go to sleep for many animals when the weather turns cold. Introduce your class to the sleepy world of hibernation. They’ll learn what it is, famous hibernators, how animals get ready for hibernation and more.
Lesson Plan Includes:
What is Hibernation? (K-2) (3-5) (6-8)
Famous Hibernator and Groundhog Day Social Studies and History (K-2) (3-5) (6-8)
Where’s My Shadow? Science (K-2) (3-5)
How to Create a Woolly Bear Habitat for the Winter Science (K-2) (3-5) (6-8)
Getting Ready for Hibernation Acrostic Poem Writing and Art/Crafts (K-2) (3-5) (6-8) (9-12)
Who’s Not Hibernating Scavenger Hunt? Science Nature Observation (K-2) (3-5)
Cupcake Bear Cave Math (K-2) (3-5)
Write a Preparing for Hibernation Skit (K-2) (3-5) (6-8) (9-12)
Finding Food in Winter Science (K-2) (3-5) (6-8)
Animals in Winter On-line or Library Research (K-2) (3-5) (6-8)
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Sink Your Teeth into Dental Health Lesson Plans
Help your students brush up on their knowledge of dental health. These activities (K-12) include hands on science experiments, mouth friendly recipes, art, writing, math and more. Spread smiles through your classroom with these fun activities.
Lesson Plan Contents
Basic Dental Care (K-2) (3-5)
Healthy Teeth Hands on Science Experiments (K-2) (3-5) (6-8) (9-12)
All About Teeth (K-2) (3-5) (6-8)
How to Brush Your Teeth (K-2) (3-5)
Teeth Healthy Recipes (K-2) (3-5) (6-8) (9-12)
What Toothpaste Do You Use? Graphing (K-2) (3-5)
Smile Collage Writing and Art (K-2) (3-5) (6-8) (9-12)
The History of Dentistry (K-2) (3-5) (6-8)
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Presidents of the United States – Presidential Lesson Plans
Introduce your class (K-12) to the forty-three men who have been the Presidents of the United States. Learn what it takes to be president, who these men were with facts and trivia, and much more in this fun learning adventure. Listening and reading comprehension, research, writing, graphing, analyzing data and interviewing are just some of the topics that are covered in these lesson plans.
The Oath of Office
Being the President of the United States – Includes review questions
Who Are Our Presidents? Facts and Trivia – Includes review questions
Age at Inauguration
Interviewing a President
Corresponding with the White House
Profiling a President
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Winter Lesson Plans
Winter is in the air and in your class room (K-12) It may be cold outside but these lesson plans will keep your students warm with excitement. They’ll keep the chill away while learning, science, writing, math, graphing, reading and art. Lighten up the dark winter days with the fun activities of winter.
Lesson Plan Content
Making Fake Snow – Science (K-2) (3-5) (6-8)
Winter Similes – Writing (3-5) (6-8)
Collecting Data and Graphing (K-1) (2-5) (6-8) (9-12)
Winter Weather Data Forecast vs. Actual (K-1) (2-5) (6-8) (9 -12)
Writing About Winter – Writing and Art (K-2) (3-5) (6-8)
The Winter Solstice – Listening (K-1) Reading (2-5) (6-8) Comprehension with Quiz
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Celebrating Thanksgiving Lesson Plans
Celebrating Thanksgiving in the classroom.(K-12) Pilgrims, turkeys, dinner with family are but a few favorite that will be covered in these lesson plans of Thanksgiving. You’ll be thankful and having fun while learning math, science, crafts, art, writing, research skills, listening skills and reading. Get your classroom of Pilgrims ready for some Thanksgiving fun.
No turkeys were hurt in the making of this book.
Lesson Plan Contents
Let’s Make Some Charts (3-5) (6-8)
The First Thanksgiving Listening and Reading (K-1) includes quiz
The Pilgrims Reading (2-5) (6-8) (9-12) includes quiz
Squanto’s Lesson to the Pilgrims Science (K-2) (3-5) (6-8) (9-12)
Let’s Hear It for the Turkey (K-2) (3-5) (6-8) (9-12)
Candy Turkey Recipe (K-2) (3-5)
Thanksgiving Food Groups (K-2) (3-5)
Thanksgiving Dinner Scavenger Hunt (K-2) (3-5) (6-8) (9-12)
Menu Match (K-2) (3-5) (6-8) (9-12)
Let’s Do the Math (K-2) (3-5) (6-8) (9-12)
Creating Placemats for Thanksgiving Dinner Crafts / Art (K-2) (3-5) (6-8) (9-12)
Writing / Art (K-2) (3-5)
Popcorn Math Estimation (K-2) (3-5) (6-8)
How Many Kernels on an Ear? (2-5) (6-8)
Graphing Corn (K-2) (3-5) (6-8)
The Taste of Science (K-2) (3-5) (6-8) (9-12)
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Pumpkins, Spiders, and Bats, Oh My! Lesson Plans
Pumpkins, Spiders, and Bat’s Oh My! in the classroom.(K-12) These favorites of Halloween will scare up some fun while learning math, crafts, art, writing, research skills, listening skills and reading. Also find tips on how to keep those little ghosts and goblins safe on Halloween Night.
Lesson Plan Content – Math How Many Seeds? (K-8)
How Much Does It Weight? (K-12)
What’s MY Waist Line?(K-12)
How Many Legs (K-12),
Craft Spider Webs (K-5),
Halloween Night Candy Sort (K-8)
My Pumpkin Story Art and Creative Writing (K-5)(6-8)(9-12)
Pumpkin Fun Art (K-5), (6-8), (9-12),
Congress Avenue Bridge Listening (K-1), Reading (2-5)(6-8)(9-12)
Pumpkin Recipes (K-12)
History of Punkin Chunkin Listening (K-1), Reading (2-5)(6-8)(9-12)
Trick or Treat Safety Tips (K-12)
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Fire Safety and Prevention Lesson Plans
Learn the basic of fire safety and prevention in this collection of lesson plans (k-12). There full of fun and educational material your students will love. Each section has information, tips, class activities and outside of class work.
Lesson Plan Content – Listening and Reading (K-1) (2-5) – Mrs. O’Leary’s Cow (includes quiz)
Reading and Writing (6-12) Mrs. O’Leary’s Cow
Fire Safety Preparedness (K-6) (includes quiz)
Learning about Smoke Alarms (K-6) (includes quiz)
Home Fire Safety, Identifying Fire Hazards (K-6)
Fire Safety Cleaning Day (K-12), Facts on the Nature of Fire (6-12)
Trip to the Fire Station (K-12)
Craft and Recipes (K-5).
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